Key considerations for post-Brexit global trade management
Webinar hosted by Thomson Reuters and EY
Now that the UK has left the European single market and customs union, businesses are dealing with new customs realities at the UK-EU border for the first time in decades. Multinationals with supply chains that run through the UK and EU from other countries, such as the United States, will have to contend with a multitude of new tariff calculations and other regulatory hurdles, some of which could substantially alter the cost and logistics of existing supply chains.
Join Thomson Reuters and EY for a webinar on how multinationals can adapt and succeed in a post-Brexit trade landscape.
The webinar will provide an update on Brexit and discuss trade compliance and supply chain strategies for long-term success.
- Understanding the key customs requirements, declaration requirements, border rules, origin calculations, and timeline.
- What are the known issues so far? Customs delays, VAT reporting, capacity, and industry-specific rules present significant challenges.
- Can I use Brexit as an opportunity for change?
- What practical steps should be considered in a post-Brexit world?