Perspectives

Brexit webinars

Where are we on the road to Brexit? Tracking the latest developments, our Global Brexit Insights team will examine the impacts of UK-EU trade negotiation talks throughout the transition period. They will also cover the most pressing issues and themes for business, offering insights into how organisations can manage their Brexit risk and scope opportunities.

Brexit – will there be a UK/EU trade deal?
October 20, 2020 - 11:00 BST

Following the European Council on 15 and 16 October, join us as we discuss the latest from the Brexit trade negotiations, the repercussions for both sides of the Channel, and what business must consider when preparing for the end of the transition period. Deloitte Brexit Insights Partner Amanda Tickel, will be joined by Belgian Minister of State Frans van Daele, former EU Commissioner Lord Jonathan Hill and former Number 10 advisor Raoul Ruparel.

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Brexit: Banking and capital markets
October 7, 2020 – 8:30 BST

As the UK’s exit date draws ever closer, the final outcome of negotiations between the EU and the UK remains unclear, and full equivalence has become increasingly unlikely. While banks have focused on implementing changes in the areas they do know, they are having to reach their own conclusions around issues such as level of market access, regulatory divergence and movement of people. Join our experts to explore these issues.

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Brexit: UK borders after Brexit
September 23, 2020

In July, the UK government released a comprehensive new guide for the UK border – the Border Operating Model – which applies to the movements of goods from the EU to Great Britain (GB) following the end of the transition period. With new complexity at the border, how will trade between the UK and the EU change from 1 January 2021?

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Brexit: Tax readiness
September 17, 2020

With the end of the transition period less than four months away, we provide a recap of recent political developments, discuss key tax technical considerations, and share practical tips on preparing for the changes ahead. What are the key actions to prepare for the customs and tax changes from 1 January 2021?

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Brexit: Trade negotiations update
September 15, 2020

As we enter the finishing straight of the UK-EU trade negotiations, join us for our latest Brexit update webinar. Deloitte’s Brexit Insights lead, Amanda Tickel, will host former number 10 advisor, Raoul Ruparel, former British European Commissioner, Lord Jonathan Hill, and Belgian Minister of State, Frans van Daele. They will discuss the UK government’s latest post-Brexit policy announcements and developments in the trade talks from the UK and EU perspectives. As well as explore the potential interplay between the issues of Brexit and COVID-19, and how they look set to overlap or compound each other at the end of the year.

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Brexit: Global mobility and immigration considerations
July 7, 2020

Jurga McCluskey, Deloitte’s Head of Immigration, hosts Mike Ekes, leading on Global Employer Services, to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on global mobility plans. They also review the movement of EU and UK nationals amid the uncertainty of COVID-19 and Brexit ahead.

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Brexit: Developments for importers
July 6, 2020

The UK confirmed on 12 June that there would be no extension to the transition period. This means that from 1 January 2021, the way importers manage the movement of goods from the EU to the UK and vice-versa will change. Businesses importing into the UK will need to re-assess their Brexit planning to address the key challenges before the end of the transition period.

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Brexit: Tax Developments
July 2, 2020

The transition period is set to end on 31 December 2020. A number of tax changes will then arise as a result of the UK leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union. We provide a recap of recent political developments and discuss key tax technical considerations as businesses re-assess and re-engage with Brexit planning in the post COVID-19 environment. What steps can your organisation take now to prepare for the tax changes?

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Brexit: Progress of UK-EU trade negotiation talks
July 1, 2020

Amanda Tickel hosts Belgian Minister of State Frans van Daele, former number 10 advisor Raoul Ruparel, and former Department of International Trade advisor James Caldecourt. They discuss the progress of the trade negotiations from both the UK and the EU perspective and what could happen during the second half of 2020.

Brexit: People and mobility
May 20, 2020

A deeper dive into the Brexit impact on people and mobility issues, with Jurga McCluskey, Deloitte’s Head of Immigration, and Nishma Gosrani, Director in Deloitte’s Human Capital practice.

Brexit: Third round of UK-EU trade negotiation talks
May 18, 2020

Amanda Tickel, Deloitte’s Global Brexit Lead, hosts Lord Jonathan Hill, former British European Commissioner, and Raoul Ruparel, former 10 Downing Street Special Advisor, to discuss the latest round of the UK-EU trade talks.

Brexit: Supply chains and operations
17 March, 2020

A focused review of how businesses will be impacted by increased friction in goods supply chains. As part of this discussion Zoe Hawes, tax director in Deloitte’s Global Brexit Insights team, hosts Caroline Barraclough, Deloitte UK Global Trade Advisory lead, and Sarah Noble, director leading Deloitte’s Supply Chain Transformation practice, to explore the influence of customs compliance requirements, tariffs and free trade agreements have on supply chain and network planning.

Life after Brexit: Insights for multinational private companies
11 February 2020

The UK left the EU on January 31, 2020, with an 11-month transition period to follow. With great uncertainty remaining about the post-Brexit trading environment between the UK, EU, and United States, what should US multinational private companies consider?

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Brexit: Trade and market access talks
10 February 2020   

Amanda Tickel, Deloitte’s Global Brexit Lead, hosts Raoul Ruparel, former 10 Downing Street Special Advisor, and Lord Jonathan Hill, former British European Commissioner, to discuss Brexit impacts on trade and market access.

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