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November 20, 2019

Register now! EY Norway seminar: Doing business in the UK current VAT and customs challenges | 3 December 2019 (Oslo); 4 December 2019 (Stavanger)

On 3 and 4 December, held in Oslo (3 December) and Stavanger (4 December) respectively, EY Norway and EY UK will be hosting practical client seminars on doing business in the UK, with a focus on indirect tax. Topics will include the latest on Brexit and HMRC’s ‘Making Tax Digital’ initiative, from a Norway/UK perspective. Discussions on Brexit will also include a brief section by our immigration colleagues, who will talk through key challenges in this area. EY’s UK team will also be available for one-on-one meetings before and after the seminars. The seminars are open to all and free of charge.

Further details and registration information can be found here.


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