Brexit Ask the Expert Series - Part 3: Customs Duties and Formalities from a ROI perspective


What is the best option for moving goods to and from GB, and across GB to the EU26?

This course discusses the procedures and implications for different options, particularly adjusting the supply chain, in-housing customs procedures and exploring transport options.

This webinar will review and explain some of the challenges businesses will face.

Venue details:  
On Demand webinar, ,
Start date & time:  
01 January 2021 00:00
End date & time:  
01 January 2022 00:00
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Training ticket cost:  
3.00 Training Tickets accepted
CPD hours:  
Speaker details
First nameLast name
Anthony Buckley
Jessica Yang


Product type:  
CPD online course
Brexit, Chartered courses, Tax

Booking Information

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Who should attend

This course was recorded in January 2021 and is suitable for those concerned with strategic planning of trading businesses will find this course particularly useful. Accountants and financial advisers dealing with Brexit-related queries will gain practical insight from the discussion of actual case studies. Managers will gain an overview of the types of issues being encountered by others, and the recommended solutions. Logistics specialists will have an opportunity to discuss the impact of customs on predictability and reliability.

Course overview

  • Procedures for importing and exporting
  • Accessing and using special procedures to simplify processes.
  • Legal, commercial and logistical considerations in supply chain configuration.
  • Establishing in GB – considerations
  • Making best use of customs agents, advisers and transport operators
  • Short-term versus long-term planning

Key learning outcomes

Provide better guidance on planning, or advance the process of medium-term planning to optimise supply chains.

Speaker Bio

Anthony Buckley was head of Irish Customs until his retirement in 2018. He now operates his own consultancy and training company (Anthony Buckley Consulting Ltd.). He provides advice and training for companies adapting to post-Brexit trading conditions, with an emphasis on utilising customs rules and procedures to minimise additional cost and uncertainty

Jessica Yang is a trade and customs advisor based in London. She helps businesses build customs knowledge in-house and design strategies for post-Brexit trading. She also provides specialist training, including on the CAI Certificate in Customs & Trade.