Join us for the first in our upcoming member-only Brexit Webinar series.

These fortnightly events will update members on the latest from the UK’s negotiations with the EU and take an in-depth look at areas of interest to ADS sectors to help members best prepare for the end of the Transition Period at the end of 2020.

Despite the focus on COVID-19 at a national, regional and business level in recent months, it is difficult to miss that Brexit is now back on the agenda, and this is especially the case for the Northern Ireland (NI) Protocol.

Join us and EY experts Sally Jones and David Reaney as they talk us through the implications of Brexit and the NI Protocol on businesses operating in Northern Ireland and those trading with Northern Irish businesses. Discussion topics will include.

  • An overview of what the Northern Ireland (NI) Protocol is.
  • The key future changes for businesses in comparison to how they operate today.
  • The actions businesses can take now to prepare for changes.
  • Any unknowns and areas awaiting clarification

 

Sally Jones | EY Trade Strategy and Brexit Lead | UK&I  

Sally Leads EY’s Trade Strategy and Brexit team. She is a leading specialist in trade policy from both a global and Brexit (UK/EU) perspective. She has advised organisations across multiple industries including FTSE 100, Fortune 500, privately owned companies and trade associations. Alongside this, under the remit of the Professional and Business Services Council, Sally founded and is chair of the Trade Technical Group. Its work aids the Government’s negotiations with the EU and the rest of the world in building effective and sustainable trade policy.

 

David Reaney | Director | Indirect Tax | EY UK&I

David is a qualified chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser. Alongside leading the indirect tax team for the EY Belfast office and his specialist role within the Energy Tax Team in London, David also leads the dedicated NI team focused on Brexit. They have excellent experience from working closely with Northern Ireland Businesses and the Northern Ireland Government.

Prior to joining EY David worked for several years as an indirect tax specialist and went on to join HMRC as a senior VAT Champion in 2013. This has provided him with extensive experience of working with businesses across a wide range of sectors both as an adviser and in his roles at HMRC.