Brexit2Business – prepare your company for Brexit
Transition Period - Deal or No Deal?
Do you do business with companies in the United Kingdom? Here you can read about what you can do to prepare for a Brexit deal or a no-deal Brexit and how Tupelo Translations can be of service to you.
Check out these useful tools, provided by the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND), the Dutch Government and the Tax and Customs Administration to help you and your business prepare for Brexit.
- Brexit Impact Scan (Dutch)
- Brexit-voucher (Dutch)
- Douane Brexit Toolkit (Dutch)
- Belastingdienst Douanezaken
- Get ready for Brexit – Port of Rotterdam
In the event of a Brexit deal, companies in the UK and the Netherlands will be able to prepare for new trade agreements during the national transition period until 31 December 2020. Until that time, there will still be free movement of goods and persons.
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, from 1 November 2019 the UK will be considered a country from outside the EU, or a third country, and the World Trade Organisation trade arrangements take effect. Dutch companies will then have to take into account higher import rates and border controls.
If you are planning or continuing to do business with British companies after Brexit, you’ll have to make new arrangements or amend them to match the new import agreements. Naturally, Tupelo Translations will gladly translate these for you. Below you find a brief overview of the kinds of documents that may need to be translated from English into Dutch or vice versa.
Whichever way you look at it, after Brexit, many new laws and regulations will have to be implemented. Therefore, if your company does business with UK-based companies, it will most likely have to adjust its legal documents, such as agreements, contracts and conditions. Tupelo Translations will be more than happy to take care of the translations of your general terms and conditions and other types of conditions, such as your general terms and conditions of payment and delivery; all your agreements and contracts, such as transport agreements, purchase agreements, SLA agreements, processing agreements; and other documents, such as your financial accounts, privacy statements and articles of association.
If you have British employees, then make sure they are listed in the Dutch Personal Records Database, so that the IND can contact them with regard to their future residence status in the Netherlands. Also, be sure to make changes to your employment contracts where necessary, which we, of course, can translate for you. In addition, we can provide sworn translations for your employees, including extracts from the Personal Records Database, residence permits, birth certificates and more.
If you are planning on setting up a subsidiary in England, then we can take care of the translations of your articles of association, deeds of incorporation, financial accounts, conditions, agreements and more.
We are proficient in translating processing agreements, data leak protocols, privacy statements, disclaimers and a GDPR toolkit.
In our list below you can find more texts you may need to have translated. Or request a quote straight away and find out what we can do for you.
the latest news on Brexit.
our First Aid Brexit Kit for Citizens.
What do you need?
The translators and editors at Tupelo Translations are specialised in the following kinds of text and more:
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Transition Period: Deal or No Deal?
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