What does Brexit mean for you?

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Date(s) - 20/06/2017
8:00 am - 10:00 am

Broomfield & Alexander Cardiff office


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We are delighted to announce that the Broomfield & Alexander International Team have great pleasure in partnering with Santander and Centurion VAT to host What does Brexit mean for you?

Our seminar will cover:

The impact  of Brexit on foreign exchange and international trade

David Walters, International Director and Richard Bowles, Relationship Director at Santander Corporate & Commercial Banking, will discuss the key issues relating to the potential impact of Brexit on foreign exchange risk and finance for international trade.

Hard Brexit? – Prudent planning for VAT impact on landing

Liz Maher, Director at Centurion VAT, will consider  not just what a post Brexit VAT system could look like for the UK but also the management of VAT changes in the run up to departure including organisational structure impact, liability changes, VAT data capture & reporting.

The future of grant funding in Wales post Brexit

Mike Fenwick, Director of Grants at Broomfield & Alexander, will discuss the potential impact of Brexit on future  grant funding in Wales.

Understanding the tax implications of international trading

Leighton Reed, Director of Tax and Head of the International sector at Broomfield & Alexander, will discuss the tax implications of international trading and how Brexit will impact them.

This event is free to attend and breakfast will be provided. However, registration is required.

If you would like more information about the event please contact Sarah Price




Bookings are closed for this event.

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