The Business Brexit Forum: An EU Perspective

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Following the success of our past Business Brexit Forums, we are running a series of events throughout the UK focusing on the tax issues around Brexit and providing an EU perspective.

With guest speakers from across the EU including Germany, The Netherlands and Dublin, the format will be a panel discussion on issues including:

  • One year on from the referendum - a recap on the background to Brexit, both politically and tax wise;
  • 21 months and counting – the key tax risks of a ‘worst case scenario’ of no deal, such as WTO tariffs, loss of EU directives and the impact on expats from a tax and global mobility perspective;
  • The key risks and opportunities for Ireland;
  • The Netherlands reaction to Brexit and what it means for inbound investment into the Netherlands; and
  • Germany's perspective on Brexit and discussion on significant changes since the referendum.

Speakers:

Chris Danes, Tax Director at Baker Tilly International UK

Donal Leahy, Tax Partner at Baker Tilly Hughes Blake in Dublin

Ines Paucksch, Tax Partner at Baker Tilly Roelfs in Germany

Marijin Verhagen, Tax Partner at Baker Tilly Berk in the Netherlands

James Kipping, Tax Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson in the UK

Alison Horner, VAT Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson in the UK
 

We are committed to supporting our clients and the local business community navigate this ‘brave new world’, by providing expert advice, analysis and clarity that looks past the headlines.

Our Business Brexit Forums bring together experts from the world of Finance, Politics, Economics, Tax, VAT, Accountancy and Law; focusing on the key issues as they evolve. Past Forums have welcomed leading economist Professor Joe Nellis, Steve Baker MP, Member for Wycombe and prominent Vote Leave campaigner, Rupert Waters, Head of Economic Research at Buckinghamshire Business First as well as our Tax Partner James Kipping and VAT Partner Alison Horner.

 

Please book your place(s) using the form below and we look forward to welcoming you at what we believe will be a lively and informative event.

 


If you cannot attend this event, you may like to attend one of our other locations:

London: 
27 June 2017 (5.30pm - 7.30pm)

High Wycombe: 
28 June 2017 (8am - 10.30am)