BHP are delighted to invite you to the fourth webinar in this series to look at exporting to Europe in a post-Brexit environment. These seminars will be interactive with the opportunity to ask questions to the panel.
For our fourth webinar, we will be joined by James Houseman (Senior Tax Manager) from BHP and Martin Filleul from Tinsley Bridge. James is our resident Brexit expert and will be talking about the most popular questions that he has received since the transition (at the beginning of the year), and how he has helped solve any issues or problems for his clients. Martin will be speaking first-hand about how Tinsley Bridge prepared for Brexit and how they have found exporting since the transition.
We will also have hosts Peter Edwards (CEO) and William Beckett (Chairman) from International Trade Forum.
Webinars are held monthly, with a chance for you to shape what we discuss in the sessions. If you have any feedback on what you would like to see in upcoming webinars, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on 26 January to hear the lessons that we have learnt so far, and how other local businesses have adapted.
Martin Filleul, Tinsley Bridge
Martin will speak of his first-hand experience of dealing with issues that have arisen since 1 January 2021.
James Houseman, Senior Tax Manager, BHP
James is a Senior Manager in the Leeds tax team, with over 10 years experience.
James has recently joined BHP from McLaren Automotive Limited where he held a number of positions. For 3 years, he was the Tax Manager and managed the direct and indirect taxes for the global automotive group, followed by a year as Finance Manager at the McLaren Composites Technology Centre in Sheffield. Prior to joining McLaren, he worked at KPMG in the corporate tax team. James has experience across most tax areas, including R&D tax relief, employment tax matters, customs/global trade matters and tax accounting, as well as management accounting and system implementation experience.
More speakers to follow!