Series of webinars between November 17 and 19, 2020
The 1st of January 2021 will mark the beginning of a new reality that will govern the relationships between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Following the end of the transition period related to the withdrawal of the UK from the EU, the business environment will face new challenges, both from a tax, as well as from a legal point of view.
During a dedicated series of webinars, Deloitte professionals will share aspects that cover different areas of interest, such as indirect taxation (VAT and custom duties), employees, international taxation, various legal aspects, that will enable attendants to identify correctly and in due time the impact caused by Brexit over their business models.
Topics: updated VAT treatment for transactions with goods to / from the UK, customs implications for transactions with goods that are exported or imported from the UK, VAT treatment for services in case of business partners from the UK, Brexit impact on VAT registrations, VAT refunds and customs formalities.
Topics: mobility structures from a labor law perspective: are there any updates required in the working arrangements in the absence of the EU legal framework?; Social security implications: potential status change leads to additional compliance requirements (e.g. registration, reporting) and very likely to additional costs; Remote Work and Brexit: a combination that encourages workforce redesign from a tax and legal perspective; The impact of British companies on organizational structures and potential changes generated by Brexit on group structure
Topics: Steps to be followed by British citizens and their family members to continue their stay in Romania after December 31, 2020; Entry and working conditions in Romania applicable to British citizens coming to Romania starting with January 1st, 2021; Romanian nationals in the UK – what changes after Brexit?; Legal implications of the Brexit from a corporate & regulatory perspective
GDPR in the context of Brexit; Legal implications of the Brexit in relation to dispute resolution mechanism
Vlad Boeriu, Partner-in-Charge, Tax & Legal, Deloitte Romania
Raluca Bontaș, Partner, Global Employer Services, Deloitte Romania
Georgiana Singurel, Partner, Reff & Associates | Deloitte Legal
Radu Derscariu, Director, Tax, Deloitte Romania
Silvia Axinescu, Senior Manager, Reff & Associates | Deloitte Legal
Anca Melinte, Manager, Reff & Associates | Deloitte Legal
Alina Stan, Manager, Reff & Associates | Deloitte Legal
Mihaela Vechiu, Immigration Manager, Deloitte Romania
Nial Tobal, Immigration consultant, Deloitte UK
The participation is free of charge.
Sessions are held in Romanian language unless there is substantial request for English.
Please register until November 16th, at 5 PM.