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Customs: Trading with a Third Country

    Customs: Trading with a Third Country   Irish goods exporters and importers are being advised to expect delays at ports, whatever form of Brexit the British government negotiates, be that soft, hard, or no-deal. At a recent Brexit Advisory Clinic organised by...

Don’t delay logistics plans to prepare for Brexit

    Don’t delay logistics plans to prepare for Brexit.   Irish exporters should, by now, have progressed past preparation, and have begun to act in response to the disruptions Brexit is expected to bring, even if it is unclear how severe those disruptions will be. If...

SBCI Brexit Loan Scheme

    SBCI Brexit Loan Scheme: Open for Applications. The uncertainty triggered by Brexit is a significant concern for SMEs. While the final outcome of the process remains unclear, it is likely that, in responding to the challenge, many firms will require...

Keep Forex to the Fore

Last year in the immediate aftermath of Brexit, we wrote an article to get people focused on the basics in this space.   This article covers both what has happened (and not happened) in the subsequent months and also highlights some new areas of focus. The content of...

Learn your Legals

Sean Ryan, a Partner in Eversheds Sutherland Corporate and Commercial Department in Dublin and Chair of its designated Brexit Unit, outlines key legal issues for companies to consider On 20 March 2017, it was confirmed that the UK will trigger Article 50 on 29 March...

Taxing Times for Brexit

Daryl Hanberry, Tax Partner; Tom Maguire, Tax Partner; and John Stewart, Tax Director at Deloitte, highlight some of the potentially significant tax impacts that Irish firms may have to consider.   VAT, customs and excise duties Following secession, the UK is likely...

Brexit – A Brave New World for Irish Business

The triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty provides us with a countdown to the UK’s departure from the EU. It also provides Ireland’s exporters with a clear timeframe in which to plan for the impact of that departure on their business. The period since the...

Time to Tackle New Markets

Entering a new export market is a big strategic decision. There is a lot of research and a degree of risk involved. But if you get the preparation phase right, there can be big rewards down the road.   Irish exporters to Britain will consider various strategies for...

Making a good Business Plan for Brexit

A good business plan is key to ensuring that Irish exporters to the UK cope with whatever outcomes emerge from the Brexit negotiation process.   A well-thought-out business plan is crucial for responding to Brexit writes Joe Healy, Enterprise Ireland, High Potential...

Keep Calm and Carry On Selling

Prime Minister Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50 of the EU Treaty, formally paving the way for the UK to leave the EU, signals the start of serious negotiations. The outcome of these is unknown.   What we do know, however, is that some things won’t change between...

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