Effective April 1 2023 the Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system will cease operations, marking a significant shift in the landscape for businesses, customs brokers, and agents involved in import and export activities. In light of this final transition, it is imperative for all stakeholders to adapt to the new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) to ensure compliance and facilitate a smooth transition.
Join this informative webinar where we’ll discuss the changes expected when fully migrating from CHIEF to CDS and cover topics such as: how to access the Customs Declaration Service, the new data elements your customs agent may ask for, setting up payments on CDS, and how to ensure a seamless transition.
Ruth Corkin, Principal Indirect Tax, Hillier Hopkins LLP
Ruth has been involved with VAT for over 30 years. She started her VAT career as a Customs and Excise Officer in Essex and then moved into consultancy with a variety of well-known accountancy firms. She is well known in the VAT world and is the proud author of many articles and technical works. Ruth is a member of the ICAEW Tax Faculty VAT and Duties Committee and its Duties Subcommittee, and was previously the Technical Chair of the VAT Practitioners Group. Ruth was seconded part-time to the Office of Tax Simplification for its VAT review project.
Ed Saltmarsh, Technical Manager, VAT and Customs, ICAEW
Ed joined the ICAEW Tax Faculty in June 2022 as a technical manager focussing on VAT and duties, as well as other indirect taxes.Ed qualified as a chartered tax advisor in 2017, specialising in indirect taxes, and also has qualifications in customs duties and tax technology. He was previously a senior manager in the VAT team at BDO, where he worked for more than seven years.Ed manages the ICAEW’s VAT Committee (including its Duties Subcommittee), and the Technical and Oversight Committee. He also sits on HMRC’s Joint VAT Consultative Committee and Joint Customs Consultative Committee.
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