with Michael Nolan and Nathalie Monahan
Irish companies have a new reality they need to deal with in trading with the UK now that they have left the European Union.
Declaron and BDO look at what this new reality brings for Irish businesses trying to move goods between Ireland and the UK.
Using practical examples and step-by-step information on:
- Explaining the new customs requirements for exporting goods from Ireland and importing goods into Ireland and the documentation/registrations a business will need
- Explaining the changes in VAT treatment of supplies between IE-UK pre to post Brexit
- EC sales/acquisitions in Ireland & the UK.
- exporting from the UK & importing into Ireland.
- exporting from Ireland & importing into the UK.
- Showing the differences in the VAT treatment and the additional requirements as a result of Brexit
- Use of postponed VAT accounting in Ireland/UK and how to apply postponed VAT on Declaron
- Northern Ireland: Outlining the VAT position and importing through Northern Ireland
- Agri-food: Additional requirements from the Department of Agriculture, Food and marine
Michael Nolan, CEO, Declaron
Michael is CEO of the new Customs Clearance company, Declaron.ie, a joint venture between BDO and Fexco designed to help businesses of any size manage their customs needs all in one secure place.
Michael has over 20 years’ experience in helping development eCommerce and Tech companies. In the past 10 years, he has held leadership roles in high growth eCommerce companies such as CarTrawler, eShopWorld and Paddy Power. With a background in eCommerce Operations and Product Development, Michael has always focused on delivering what the customer needs and improving the customer experience.
Michael has also worked with IDA and EI to develop CX Transformation Strategy for Ireland which created support for the market.
Nathalie Monahan, Indirect Tax Manager
Nathalie is a manager in BDO's Indirect Tax department.
Nathalie joined BDO in 2021 and has 5 years’ experience advising both Irish domestic and international clients on VAT issues across a range of industries.
She has advised clients from both an Irish and an international perspective, to include many multinational companies with significant experience on cross border projects.
Nathalie holds a Bachelor of Arts (Accounting) from NCI and is an Associate with the Irish Taxation Institute.