UKWA offers series of briefings throughout Autumn

Through the autumn, UKWA will be offering members the opportunity to find out more
about key topics affecting their business.

In a series of short half-hour lunchtime webinars Associate Member and UKWA’s specialist legal advisor, Aaron & Partners will be providing fortnightly ‘Bitesize Briefings’, including:

• Immigration (Employing workers from the EU after Brexit)
• Limitation of Liability
• Interaction with insurance
• Liens (what to do if your customer goes bust)
• TUPE on service provision change
• Property: dilapidation & decoration, contracts, leases and purchases

The first of these handy webinars will take place on Thursday 9th September from12.30-1pm.

Ikram Malik, Immigration specialist solicitor at Aaron & Partners, will present ‘Employing workers from the EU after Brexit’. Ikram will share quickfire facts you need to be aware of on this important issue, followed by a short, live Q&A.


CFSP Customs Warehousing Webinar, 13th September, 11am-12noon

Since 1st January and the end of the EU Transition period, there has been a huge increase in demand for Customs Warehouses; facilities in which to store imported goods without payment of import duties.  Now that duty is payable on goods imported into the UK for distribution into Europe, where they will be taxed again, there is much interest in storing them tax free in the UK to avoid the double duty charge.

UKWA has arranged for HMRC to provide a walk through of the approval process in a webinar to be held on 13th September, where members can ask questions directly to HMRC about the requirements. How do you set up a Customs Warehouse?  What authorisations do you need?  Is it difficult to operate? How does the HMRC approve your business?

All the documents will be available after the event, as well as answers to questions raised in the form of an FAQ document

To join on Teams, please contact us at UKWA.




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