Webinar: Origin of goods & trade restrictions

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Webinar: Origin of goods & trade restrictions

Date: 26 April, 2023
Time: 15:00 – 16:00 CEST

Do you want to know more about the Origin of goods & trade restrictions? If yes, this free webinar is for you!

Webinar agenda:

  • Importing UK goods after the Windsor Framework, by Anthony Buckley

The Windsor Framework clarifies and confirms the special status of Northern Ireland in trade between the UK and EU.  This talk explores the option of using Northern Ireland as an intermediate point, with access to both the UK and the EU.  What are the costs/advantages of moving goods through Northern Ireland?  In particular, what are the implications for the origin of goods?

  • Supplier’s declaration: different forms – different purposes, by Annette Reiser

Supplier´s declarations are one of the main documents to prove preferential origin of goods. There are different kind of supplier´s declaration. We will give an overview in which situations supplier`s declarations can be used and what the main purposes of the different declarations are.

  • Change of non-preferential origin to avoid anti-dumping duties, by Enrika Naujokė

Is it an option to shift the manufacturing of products to another country (e.g., from China to Thailand) in order to change the non-preferential origin of the goods and thus avoid paying anti-dumping duties in the EU? We provide an overview of the pitfalls of such a decision based on the clarifications of the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Anthony Buckley
Anthony Buckley

Now operating his own consultancy company, Anthony Buckley provides advice to a number of accountancy and other firms, and has experience of training in customs for Irish Exporters Association, CILT Skillnet and Chartered Accountants Ireland. Formerly Head of Revenue’s Customs Service, he led Brexit planning for Irish Customs up to mid-2018.  In his Customs role, he represented Ireland at EU discussions, and in the World Customs Organization.

Annette Reiser
Annette Reiser

Annette Reiser has more than 20 years of experience in customs and trade compliance. In 2021, she started her freelance business nettes`globaltrade as a coach, lecturer and author in Zurich, Switzerland specializing in Free Trade Agreements and Export Control. Moreover, Annette is the founder of the Swiss Global Trade Expert Group and Editor of the Swiss Journal “Zoll und Mehrwertsteuer Revue”.

Enrika Naujoke
Enrika Naujoke

Enrika’s background is customs brokerage. Her experience of the challenge for companies in acquiring customs knowledge led her to become a co-founder of the platform which uses an innovative approach to building customs expertise online. Enrika is the director of the Lithuanian Customs Practitioners Association. She is also the editor of the Customs Compliance & Risk Management journal for Practitioners in Europe.

The speakers are lecturers of the Customs Knowledge Institute’s extensive course “Customs Clearance and Trade Compliance in the EU“.


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