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Northern Ireland Trade and VAT after Brexit

New 3 hour online course  |  3 CPD hours

£ 229 +VAT per person

£229 +VAT
per person

  • 3 June 2021
    10:00am - 1:00pm
    Book

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Northern Ireland Trade and VAT after Brexit

3 hour online course

Course prices:

Online: £229 +VAT per person

Course overview

Since 1st January 2021 the position of Northern Ireland has become uniquely complex. Businesses that move goods in, out or through Northern Ireland will need to thoroughly understand and prepare for the changes to the customs and VAT rules.

This online course will explain how goods moving into and out of Northern Ireland (NI) are affected by the new customs rules and how VAT should be accounted for now that dual status is in force. It will look at the movement of goods between GB and NI, between NI and the EU and between NI and the Rest of the World (ROW).  

What will you learn?

  • What is the purpose of the Northern Ireland Protocol?
  • Where does Northern Ireland fit within the EU VAT regime and the UK VAT regime?
  • Where does Northern Ireland fit within the EU customs area and the UK customs area?
  • Which businesses are impacted by the change in status?
  • Which goods arriving in Great Britain from Northern Ireland will be subject to customs checks?
  • When moving goods from Great Britain to Northern Ireland, what paperwork must be completed?
  • What is the role of HMRC in collecting VAT and customs duties on behalf of the EU?
  • How should goods leaving Great Britain destined for an EU member state (including the Republic of Ireland) be treated?
  • What about goods destined for the rest of the world?
  • What are the Transit Procedures and how can they help?
  • What new support services will be available to affected businesses?
  • What are the sticking points that have yet to be resolved?
  • How will Northern Ireland be affected by any future Free Trade Agreements negotiated by the UK Government?
  • How can you assess future developments and deal with the impact on your business?

Who should attend?

This course is essential for all those people who have involvement in the procedures for sending or receiving goods to Northern Ireland, those who will be accounting for VAT on such transactions and anyone who has a compliance or governance responsibility in an organisation that does one of the following...

  • Sends goods from Great Britain to Northern Ireland
  • Sends goods from Great Britain to the Republic of Ireland (or beyond) via Northern Ireland
  • Sends goods from Northern Ireland to Great Britain
  • Sends goods from the Republic of Ireland to Great Britain (or beyond) via Northern Ireland

Extra benefits

  • course pack containing the information presented on the day
  • certificate of attendance

Course presenters

  • Jonathan Walsh

    Jonathan is the Managing Director of Fortior Insight Ltd which is based in Northern Ireland and is an independent management consultancy that works with a range of clients from small owner-managed businesses to multinational organisations.

    Prior to establishing Fortior Insight Ltd, Jonathan had spent fifteen years working directly in industry, both at home and in international markets. In these senior roles, Jonathan responsibilities included international procurement, global commodity sales, and dry cargo fixtures / vessel chartering.

    Jonathan specialises in providing advice and consultancy to businesses involved in international trade with a particular focus on customs, logistics and the practical issues of doing trade internationally. He has been closely involved in the Brexit process and had made it his mission to understand all aspects of the Withdrawal Agreement between the UK and the EU and the Northern Ireland Protocol. He has also thoroughly researched the EU-UK Trade and Co-operation Agreement, making him many peoples first choice on providing advice on trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

    Jonathan is a Fellow of the Institute of Consulting (Part of the Chartered Institute of Management) and the Institute of Directors. He is currently in the process of becoming a member of the Institute of Export & International Trade. He holds a BA Hons degree in Management with Economics and post-graduate qualifications in both Strategic Management and Advanced Management Practice.

Course dates

Online course dates

  • 3 June 2021 | 10:00am-1:00pm Book