EU Transition: What you can do now before the EU Transition ends

17 Nov 2020

FREE webinar: 17 November, 12:00 – 1:00pm

This free webinar will give you an insight in to the current discussions with the EU, key uncertainties and an overview of what you can do now to prepare your business.

In partnership with Garbutt + Elliot, and the CBI, this session will briefly explore ten key issues, including:

  1. Where additional finance can be sourced should you need it
  2. What help you can get to access potential new markets
  3. Have EU/EEA/Swiss national employees registered for the settlement scheme
  4. How additional customs duties will affect your sales and supply chain
  5. Are you ready for customs?  Have you got your EORI number?
  6. Have you registered for simplified import procedures?
  7. How will your principal contracts be affected?
  8. What if you receive personal data from the EU/EAA?
  9. How changes to VAT will affect you?
  10. Do your corporate reports reflect risks associated with the EU Transition?

There will also be the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.

This is the first in a series of EU Transition webinars and, as trade talks develop, we aim to explore specific issues in more depth, including finance and cash flow, importing and exporting, tariffs and taxation, and employment law. For more information and to book, please visit our events page.

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Speakers

Naveen Sahney

Naveen has been with Garbutt + Elliott for around 9 years after spending the previous 11 years working overseas in Corporate Training for multinational IT companies. Naveen is a Chartered Tax Advisor with Indirect Taxes specialisation.

Naveen provides VAT consultancy services to a diverse client base from small businesses to large international groups.  He enjoys dealing with VAT in the property/construction sector, charities, complex partial exemption calculations and cross border VAT transactions. Naveen also advises his clients on customs duties. 

Beckie Hart

As the CBI’s director for Yorkshire and the Humber, Beckie Hart is responsible for managing and developing relationships with a wide range of organisations and stakeholders in the region; recruiting new members to the CBI; and central and regional lobbying. In addition, Beckie and her team deliver a programme of policy and best practice events for CBI members and regional stakeholders.

Beckie‚Äôs responsibilities also extend to overseeing the principal representative CBI body in the region, the Regional Council, which comprises chief executives, chairs and board members of CBI member companies from a cross sector and size of businesses.  Beckie is also the Co-Chair of the CBI National Manufacturing Council, alongside Tom Crotty of Ineos.

Prior to joining the CBI, Beckie held a number of managerial roles in small and medium sized manufacturing companies based in the Yorkshire and the Humber.

Beckie sits on the board of Hull Youth Bank and the University of Huddersfield Business School Advisory board and writes a weekly column in the Yorkshire Post. She is married with 2 school age children.

Becky Maguire

Becky leads the award winning Business Tax team at Garbutt + Elliott and has worked in tax for 20 years.  Before joining G+E in 2019, Becky worked at PwC in both Leeds and London where she led the delivery of tax services to large private and listed businesses.

The business tax team have particular expertise in R&D tax relief claims, tax efficient share incentives, corporate restructuring and demergers, VAT, customs duties and capital allowances.

Becky enjoys working with her clients to help them navigate the complexities of tax and is committed to delivering quality tax advice. `