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Brexit & Cross Border Solutions

We can help with:

  • Customs Business Assessment and Solutions
  • Cashflow planning - Scenario and financial impact
  • Funding Solutions - Ireland & Northern Ireland
  • Group Business Structure Review
  • Cross Border Operations Setup
  • Transfer Pricing Issues
  • Non-residents landlords’ scheme
  • Changes in residence of individuals
  • Cross Border Tax Issues

Supporting businesses to succeed and grow, whatever the business environment.

Ensuring businesses adapt to the new trading landscape between the United Kingdom and European Union is a top priority for FPM.

Brexit has changed how businesses across the island of Ireland trade with Great Britain. With business focus being on continuity of trade and continued growth, FPM are actively supporting clients in navigating the EU-UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement together with the Windsor Framework.

As a construction company operating across Ireland and the UK, Brexit posed a big risk for us, given our reliance on the all island economy and GB market place. As a direct result of FPM’s invaluable Brexit plan, we have achieved significant business growth by over 40% in the last 12 months. Bringing our concerns to FPM, they Brexit Proofed our business by providing solutions to minimise the threats, safeguarding our Business and making us Brexit Ready.

Cathal Grant, CEO, Grant Fit Out Ltd

FPM’s Cross Border Team are proactively navigating businesses through the opportunities and risks that have arisen as a result of Brexit. Everything from importing and exporting to tariffs, preferred corporate structures and associated tax implications.

Businesses must adapt to the trading changes and challenges which include additional customs obligations, additional regulatory obligations and the need to re-consider the VAT treatment of cross-border transactions. These challenges are not insurmountable and the adoption of a pro-active and agile approach will ensure that businesses throughout the island of Ireland can meet these challenges and thrive in a post-Brexit world.

Brexit is only one circumstance that affects the UK and Irish business environment. It is critical therefore that businesses are equipped to manage changing business environments. As a cross border business ourselves, with offices in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, FPM’s awarding-winning cross border team offer a combined expertise of both Irish and UK specialists who have designed solutions that address the complexity of operating in two jurisdictions with different regulatory environments and concentrate on the planning required to enable business success by focusing on the issues that may have a significant impact on stability, future growth and competitiveness.

For the latest insights on what to consider, contact our Cross Border Team today.



Michael Farrell