The Brexit will continue anyway on 29 March 2019. But what will the treaty look like? Will it be a 'hard' Brexit, a 'soft' Brexit or 'No Deal'? Certain effects are already noticeable in the Netherlands, the Brexit can hit any business. What are the consequences for your company?
Many new rules come into force when leaving the European Union. It is expected that the UK will leave both the European internal market and the customs union. After Germany, the UK is the Netherlands’ largest trading partner. As a result, considerable damage can be caused by the Brexit.
The UK will also lose its function being the 'Gateway to Europe'. Expansion of investments in the UK will decrease, and business activities will be relocated. 50% of Europe’s large companies are planning to invest less in the UK, and a large number of these companies will have a significant share of their capacity relocate elsewhere - fifteen percent will even leave the UK definitely.
Thursday, 22 November, 2018
This is a local Event - Spoken language: Dutch
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM CET Vlaardingen, the Netherlands
The program is a mix of plenary workshops and forum discussion.
Costs: €395 per person, and €195, - for any additional person of your group
This workshop will not only provide insights into the latest national and international developments in the field of analytics applied by governments, but will also allow for sufficient dialogue amongst participants and presenters alike to share best practices around designing a Tax Risk Management Strategy going forward.
How to manage Global Tax Controversy?
How to use Value Chain Analysis as a risk management tool?
How to Use Tax Technology to stay one step ahead of the tax authorities?
Time: 9.00 AM - 6.30 PM London (GMT)
Venue: De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London (UK)
Registration fee: GBP 375 per person (excl. VAT)