Brexit: Deal or No Deal? What You Need to Know Now


This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.


Join Bloomberg Tax for a free webinar to examine the key challenges ahead for Brexit. Get a better understanding of how the U.K. leaving the EU impacts on the tax strategy for multinational companies.  Our presenters will review impacts to:

  • VAT
  • Supply-chain planning
  • Customs and borders
  • EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive
  • EU State Aid and CFC rules

This informational webinar does not offer continuing education credits.


Daniel Lyons
  • Partner
  • Deloitte Tax Policy Group

Daniel Lyons is Deloitte’s head of tax policy in the UK and EMEA. He has specialized in indirect taxes for 25 years and is both a Solicitor and a Chartered Tax Adviser.

He has a wide range of clients in a variety of sectors but particularly in financial services and insurance. Daniel is a regular speaker on tax matters. 

Alan McLintock
  • Senior Manager, European Indirect Tax Strategy
  • Ford Motor Company

Alan McLintock is a Senior Manager in the Ford Motor Company responsible for Indirect Tax Strategy. Alan covers a wide range of automotive VAT issues within Ford including Brexit, support for FCE Bank plc and Ford’s developing Mobility business.

Alan has 30 years of VAT experience including time with HM Revenue & Customs, Arthur Andersen, KPMG and various roles in commerce. For much of his career Alan was a Senior Director of Taxes for a US multinational responsible for direct and indirect taxes across primarily Europe but with occasional dabbling in the Middle East and APAC.

Alan is currently the Chair of the Indirect Tax subcommittee of the Chartered Institute of Taxation.

Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho
  • Barrister
  • 39 Essex Chambers

Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho is a barrister at 39 Essex Chambers, where her practice centers around tax disputes and advisory work in the UK, EU (including state aid) and internationally.

Her clients include a broad range of multinationals, FTSE 100 companies, local authorities, government bodies, major insurers, high net worth individuals and SMEs, from sectors including Energy, Central and Local Government, Financial Services, Engineering, Aggregates, Insurance (including Life Assurance), Telecommunications, Computing and Medical Equipment.

Kelly is ranked in the Legal 500 guide for Tax and for EU law. She is also ranked in International Tax Review’s Tax Controversy Leaders 2017 and 2015, and in Women in Tax 2017, 2016 and 2015.