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Morita Kelliher

Morita Kelliher

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Br-Exit - To Be or Not to BE

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Prepare for the uncertainty of Brexit to mitigate the potential risks such a customs costs, currency fluctuations, lower Euro cashpools, delayed exports and imports, regulatory issues and margin erosion.

Position your business in Ireland to take advantage of the benefits of being in the EU. It is relatively low cost and quick to set up a business presence in Ireland, which can fully represent your UK
business within the EU, giving direct access to the EU markets and trade opportunities. Set up an Irish bank account and Irish tax registrations to allow your business to stay within the EU.
Our UK local office and Irish head office together can provide a suite of services to set up and manage your Irish business here whilst you continue to operate from the UK. Feel free to contact us for more information or a fee quote.


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