We would be delighted if you could join us on 30 March 2021, for our webinar on how Brexit has affected UK intermediaries operating in Europe from a structural and employment perspective.
The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) signed in December, but not yet ratified by the EU Parliament, provides a framework for the supply of goods but has very limited assistance for service providers.
The provision of cross border financial services will be based on regulatory equivalence which is to be decided unilaterally by the UK and EU. In the absence of any help, insurance intermediaries have therefore made their own arrangements to continue servicing their EU clients. The TCA does, at least, provide some commitment to cross border workers.
As we are now three months into the new regime, companies should review how their current actions are measuring up to plan and where the main challenges are.
Join us as Howard Jones examines the structural and tax matters affecting insurance intermediaries and Louise Fryer covers key employment tax issues relating international employees.