Trading Internationally – A UK business perspective – Question time webinar

Published by Andrew Griggs on 27 November 2020

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Trading internationally virtual panel event

As the UK now grapples with further Coronavirus restrictions and with the Brexit transition period coming to an end on 1 January 2021, there are tough implications for UK businesses that need to trade internationally.

We assembled a leading panel of guest speakers from the UK network of Kreston member firms who offered commentary on a wide range of themes including Brexit planning and overcoming barriers to international trade whilst offering insights and help to businesses wanting to trade internationally going forward.

Panellists included:

      • Liza Robbins, Chief Executive, Kreston
      • Andrew Griggs, Senior Partner and Head of International, Kreston Reeves
    • Wendy Andrews, VAT Director, Bishop Fleming
    • Alex Peal, Managing Partner, James Cowper Kreston
    • Mark Taylor, Director and Head of International Tax, Duncan & Toplis

Download the full copy of our ‘Trading internationally report’

Download a copy of the Trading internationally Q&A sheet following the webinar

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