The Council of the Irish International Freight Association is organising a free seminar focusing on BREXIT. Taking place in the Clouds Rooftop Suite of the Carlton Hotel, Dublin Airport at 14:00 on Tuesday 21st February 2017, the following speakers have been confirmed:
- Steve Parker - President of CLECAT (European Association for Forwarding, Transport, Logistics and Customs Services)
- John McGrane - Director General, British-Irish Chamber of Commerce
- Frankie Devlin, Partner, & Fionn Uibh Eachach, Director VAT – KPMG Ireland
While a great amount of uncertainty still surrounds BREXIT, the above speakers were carefully selected for their unique perspectives.
On 21st February, these speakers will offer insight into continental Europe’s reactions to and feelings toward BREXIT, reports on developments since June 2016 and an in-sight into potential tax implications arising from potential BREXIT scenarios, based on existing trade agreements within the European Union. This event will also be an opportunity for attendees to voice their concerns with their industry colleagues.
BREXIT will have an enormous impact on the freight forwarding industry and anyone involved in freight, transport and distribution will need to have an understanding of how it will affect the industry in order to prepare for same.
Pre-booking is essential as places are limited. Please contact Seamus Kavanagh through 00353(0)1 845 5411 or e-mail through to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
For directions to the venue, please see the following link: http://www.carltondublinairport.com/en/location/