How to use Customs and VAT procedures to flourish post-Brexit

For UK businesses arranging manufacturing in the EU, join experts from MHA and the ICAEW to discover how to use the UK/EU Trade Agreement’s facilitations to minimise the impact of customs duties.

Topics to be covered:

  • How the UK/EU Trade Agreement can benefit manufacturers who sell into the EU;
  • The requirements now in place for evidencing the Preferential Origin of goods; and
  • The impact of Brexit on supply chains and outsourcing of manufacturing to the EU.


Glyn Edwards, VAT Director, MHA

Glyn 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

International trade in the post Brexit era

We have had a full year of Post Brexit trading since the Free Trade Agreement and 2021 has been an expensive year for businesses which import and export with the EU. 

Further changes and tightening of procedures mean that the challenges of 2021 must be mastered this year in order to continue trading successfully. 

Our webinar will provide an update on key VAT and Duty issues and explore Customs Duty and VAT reliefs as well as best practice in more detail. We will also look at the new plastic packaging tax which comes into force from April. Finally, we will touch on setting up a legal entity in the EU, which many UK businesses are considering in answer to the challenges to trade in the EU. 

Your speakers:

  • Alison Horner – Indirect Tax Partner, MHA
  • Jonathan Main – VAT and Indirect Tax Partner, MHA
  • Andrew Thurston – Customs Duty Consultant, MHA
  • Marisa Hut – Senior Manager VAT & Customs, Baker Tilly International
  • Angela Keery – Tax Director, Baker Tilly