EU VAT Rules for E-Commerce: What's Changing on 1st July?

Location: Online Webinar
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Fee for members: 0
Fee for non-members: 0
On 1 July 2021, the EU will modernise its cross-border VAT e-commerce rules, impacting shipments made to the EU, as well as shipments made between EU member states.

Are you a supplier of goods or services to EU consumers? If you’re involved in business-to-consumer (B2C) transactions or the e-commerce supply chain, including marketplaces, postal operators, couriers or customs and tax agents, these changes will apply to you.

Join BritCham EU & Belgium in our upcoming webinar, as we explain what changes will occur on 1st July, which transactions will be impacted and how these new rules may impact
you and your business.

Member VAT experts will answer the following questions with practical case example explanations and advice.

• What changes on July 1st?
• What transactions are impacted by the changes?
• Who is affected?
• How will these upcoming EU VAT changes impact me and my business?

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Confirmed Peter Empsten

Peter Empsten

Head of VAT, Crowe Spark
Peter offers highly specialised VAT advisory and compliance services to local as well as international clients. Peter holds a Master's degree in Law (University of Antwerpen) and Economics (University of Ghent). Over the past 9 years, Peter has worked at Deloitte and EY as a consultant focused on VAT advisory and compliance services for local as well as multinational corporations. Throughout his career, Peter has gained in depth experience with VAT in industries including: logistics and transportation, manufacturing and retail, real estate, bio-tech and pharma, telecommunications, media and entertainment and public sector and non-profit.