This webinar will provide an overview of the potential impacts of Brexit on how your business operates in relation to its Supply Chain.
Grant Thornton Supply Chain specialist, Gillian Smith, will provide a quick tour of how businesses can deal with customs, new routes and ensuring supplier readiness. Lorraine Nelson, Transfer Pricing specialist will outline how any changes to your structure or location could impact your internal pricing strategies.
Lorraine Nelson, Associate Director
Lorraine is a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) and is a Fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA). She has also completed her Advanced Diploma in International Tax. She has considerable experience in providing UK tax services for global groups and liaising with decisions makers based in the UK, Republic of Ireland, mainland Europe and the US. Since the Brexit referendum, Lorraine is ideally placed to provide a unique insight from an Irish and UK perspective and has been actively involved with the firms Brexit Committee that provides robust Brexit planning advice to clients. Lorraine regularly presents on topical tax issues to both professional bodies and local Chambers of Commerce. Most recently, she has appeared on numerous television programmes to discuss the implications of Brexit to businesses. She regularly provides articles to the local media and has authored numerous pieces for leading tax publications.
Gillian Smith, Manager
Gillian is a Supply Chain specialist within the Business Consulting team in Grant Thornton. She has significant experience working both in the supply chain industry and delivering specialised supply chain advisory services to a variety of clients.
Since joining Grant Thornton, Gillian has been an active member of the firm’s Brexit Committee. In addition to this, she provides Customs, Logistics and Supply Chain advisory services to clients from a wide array of industries to help them in their Brexit preparation.
This webinar is Free of Charge.
Please register online to secure your place.
The link to join the online session will shared with all registrants 24 hours before scheduled time.
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