Thirty minute session from ICAEW Virtually Live covering the 10 practical considerations that businesses need to be focusing on right now to be prepared for the end of the transition period
Need to know
Read our quick-start guide, outlining a variety of areas that could impact your business post Brexit, to help you prepare for when the transition period has ended.
Latest news and insights
A round-up of Brexit issues to be concerned about.
30 September 2020: As the Brexit transition period nears its end, manufacturers are working to get measures in place in preparation. Rittal UK’s finance and HR director explains some of the complications involved.
New Year’s Day 2021 will not be a typical 1 January. An entirely new customs regime will come into force, delivering a shock to companies not sufficiently prepared for the change ahead.
17 September 2020: Duty-free shops will return from 1 January 2021, but international visitors to Great Britain will no longer be able to buy and take with them tax-free purchases from other retailers in the country as the VAT retail export scheme is scrapped.
14 September: There was a time when trade was associated with dusty rooms and unfathomable agreements, and immigration was the hot potato best left alone.
Guides and FAQs
ICAEW guide intended to help you understand how Brexit might impact on trade between the UK and the EU and the rest of the world. Our guide is aimed at ICAEW members in exporting or importing businesses or advisors to those businesses.
Use our selection of books, guides, useful links, books and articles to find more information on export finance.
Are you considering exporting to grow your business, build resilience or just wondering how to get a foot in new markets? If so, our webinar is for you. Hear the export journeys taken by two entirely different businesses to help de-bunk any myths surrounding exporting so you're ready to take the plunge.
A one-hour webinar delivered by the Department for International Trade focusing on changes that businesses need to be aware of when trading with EU and non-EU countries.
Checklist from the UK Government to help you prepare to export goods from Great Britain to the EU from 1 January 2021.
Advice on how to research and understand export markets; visit markets to carry out research; and use trade shows to access customers, analyse the competition and assess demand.
Advice on how to expand a business overseas covering topics ranging from creating an export plan to managing payment for export orders
Information on trading with the EU from 1 January 2020 including webinars from BEIS for businesses by sector and videos from HMRC on the changes to importing and exporting goods.
Handy decision trees from HM Government on the importing and exporting processes from January 2021.
The transition period after Brexit ends in December and new rules apply from January 2021. Use this tool to get a personalised list of actions for you and your business. You can also sign up for emails to get updates for what you need to do.
Access the signed trade agreements and mutual recognition agreements for non-EU countries and trading blocs expected to take effect when existing EU trade agreements no longer apply to the UK, from 1 January 2021. Updated regularly as discussions progress.