Broking Briefing: People mobility after Brexit
The Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020. Most insurance intermediaries have either established a suitable structure or entered into commercial arrangements to deal with EU insurance clients and risks to try and ensure things go as smoothly as possible upon exiting the UK.
But have you thought about the international movements of your employees?
Join us on 26 November at 11am when our Head of Global Mobility, Louise Fryer will cover what you need to consider when you have employees and office holders who travel cross-border or go to work in a foreign country for longer periods of time.
Our webinar will help you to understand more about company reporting obligations, tax and potentially changing social security arrangements for mobile employees following the UK’s exit from the EU. We will also provide a brief introduction to the different requirements for people moving between the UK and a country where a tax treaty exists versus moving between the UK and tax non-treaty countries.
We will have a Q&A session at the end of the session when Louise will be joined by Corporate Tax Partner, Howard Jones and encourage all participants to get involved.