This webinar, in partnership with MHA, will provide scenarios that show how UK businesses can use the UK/EU Trade Agreement’s facilitations to minimise the impact of customs duties. Hear more on Rules of Origin, what UK business should have as evidence and how Freeports could be an option to facilitate trade and reduce customs obligations and duties.Expert speakers will cover key areas of VAT and Customs, including:
Glyn Edwards, VAT Director, MHAGlyn is a VAT Director based at our Leicester and Birmingham offices. Glyn’s VAT career started with H.M.Customs and Excise in 1989 and he spent seven years in the Department before moving to consultancy. His specialisms include land and property; the not-for-profit sector, health and agriculture. He is also a part of MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s market leading motor team. He is passionate about making VAT understandable to clients and always aims to seek solutions which work for a business as well as being compliant with the complexities of VAT regulations. Glyn has an enviable record in VAT litigation and dispute resolution representing clients in Tribunal and Alternative Dispute Resolution as well as instructing barristers in leading VAT cases. He is a chartered tax advisor and a member of the CIOT’s Dispute Resolution Group.
Andrew Thurston, Customs Duty Consultant, MHA Andrew joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson as our Customs Duty Consultant in October 2019. He joined from HMRC where he gained valuable experience liaising with all sizes and sectors of companies within the UK by facilitating customs procedures and assessing compliance. During his 15 years working in HMRC Andrew audited companies across sectors from retail, manufacturing and exporters who are involved in the supply of goods across global supply chains. Andrew works closely with clients across the Baker Tilly International Network to manage the complexities of customs regimes and identify potential opportunities for supply chain improvements and duty savings.
MHA are a top 15 firm of chartered accountants, tax and business advisers, providing a full range of financial and business services to enterprises and individuals across the UK.
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