The UK is due to leave the EU on 31 October 2019


Customs and International Trade: 

What to Expect after Brexit?

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Learn about Brexit's potential implications: 

What does the UK leaving the EU mean for international trade policy?

What happens to UK Goods on Brexit day?

What could EU-UK free trade agreements look like?

Would the UK's trade policy be better or worse without the EU?

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Watch a short video introduction about this webinar:

Yves Melin

Partner, Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Yves Melin is an international trade, customs, and EU regulatory lawyer. He concentrates on trade remedy investigations, customs laws and procedures, export controls and sanctions, conflict minerals, World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement, and data protection. ​

Chambers Europe market sources quote Mr. Melin for his ability to "make the inexplicable seem explicable," and praise him for “speedy responses, integrity, and flexibility." Moreover, commentators state that they are "very impressed" with his advice regarding anti-dumping issues, noting that "Yves Melin is especially experienced in the field of trade remedies and customs law."

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In this webinar you can expect to get:

45 mins



Predictions on Brexit's implications

“Very clear presentation on the mechanics of preferential origin and how Brexit will impact the status of UK goods in international supply chains.”

What they say about this webinar:

"We are not trade specialists, but for our global clients concerned by the potential impact of Brexit on their operations, we need a go-to source. For that we turn to Yves without hesitation!"

Ben Price

Trade Compliance Manager

London ACITA Member

Edouard Bokuetenge

Co-CEO Xprience

“A very helpful presentation of an EU perspective on Brexit’s impact on the movement of UK goods and the effect within the global supply chain.”

Siobhan G. Aarons

Global Customs & Trade Counsel

Delphi Technologies