With the Brexit transition period ending, massive changes are expected in all areas of business and trade. Many companies are currently preparing for the new reality, but we are aware there is lots of questions still to be answered. The Hague Business Agency has invited Duy Nguyen from Blue Turtle Tax and Famke van Dam from FD Advocatuur to answer your legal and tax related questions on Brexit.
Who is it for?
- A UK/EU company that still wants to run their business in the EU/UK post Brexit
- A non-EU company that considers to set-up an office in Europe
What will be covered?
- Current challenges for EU-UK businesses
- How Brexit will affect your operations and ambitions
- A strategic eye on the timeline and effects of Brexit in a broad perspective
- Practical guidance on Brexit related challenges
- Q&A session at the end of the webinar, where you can ask your questions
Famke van Dam graduated from Utrecht University in 1999 and is a seasoned lawyer with both big firm as in-house experience. She worked at the Council of State, Loyens & Loeff and the Port of Rotterdam and is specialized in civil and administrative law matters. During her career Famke gained experience in strongly regulated industries such as the aerospace, energy, mining, waste and chemical industry. Now, as owner of a boutique firm, she works on claims management, advises on regulatory compliance and assists in drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. In 2020 Famke completed the post-academic Grotius education on national and international contracting. She has a very hands-on approach and her style is solution-orientated and precise.
Duy is the founder and CEO of Blue Turtle Tax and practicing international tax law since 2007. Prior to Blue Turtle Tax he worked at Deloitte, PwC and EY. He has hard-nosed experience in all kinds of tax law matters including litigation, set-up and restructuring of international business models, tax effective supply chain management, M&A, negotiating deals with the Tax Authorities, ERP-systems implementations and general tax management. His style is client-centric and practical taking into the equation the business and organizational drivers of the client.
Since the outcome of the Brexit referendum in 2017, Duy has been heavily involved in advising businesses on the Brexit impact on various subjects, e.g. Customs, VAT, supply chain, regulatory, people, logistics, IT, legal contracts, etc.
- Moderator and host – Philip Mulder, Business Advisor at The Hague Business Agency
Please register here.