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A step ahead: how businesses can reduce the risks associated with customs inspections

21/ 06/ 2024
  Date: July 4  Timing: 10am - 12pm  Online REGISTRATION Along with the renewal of customs inspections for business, there are risks of additional charges of customs payments, the application of fines and the drawing up of protocols on violations of customs rules. At the same time, understanding the customs legislation, rules and procedures allows business to prepare properly and pass the customs audit successfully and without losses. PwC Ukraine invites you to participate in the webinar, in which our experts will consider the practical aspects of preparing for customs inspections, discuss new legislation, and colleagues from PwC Poland will share their experience of supporting companies.  As part of the event, our specialists will consider the following questions: Selection of companies by customs for inspection and appointment of an audit - how does the process work? Inspection process: typical violations recorded by customs during inspections. Addition of payments and further actions on them by the business. How a customs audit works in the EU (on the example of Poland). Updated Ukrainian legislation and future prospects.  How to turn challenges into opportunities? Why can audit preparation help businesses save money? Risk zones, gray zones and pitfalls of customs audit - insights from PwC experts. Speakers:  Vita Miroshnychenko - Head of Customs and International Trade, PwC Ukraine Pavlo Herasymiuk - Manager, Customs and International Trade, PwC Ukraine Yuliia Khomenko - Senior Associate, Customs and International Trade, PwC Ukraine Guest speakers: Martyna Leszczyńska, Manager, practice of customs and international trade, PwC Poland Angelika Laskowska, Senior Consultant, practice of customs and international trade, PwC Poland  Please note that the language of the event is Ukrainian and English, simultaneous translation is not provided.

Date: July 4 

Timing: 10am – 12pm 

Online

REGISTRATION

Along with the renewal of customs inspections for business, there are risks of additional charges of customs payments, the application of fines and the drawing up of protocols on violations of customs rules. At the same time, understanding the customs legislation, rules and procedures allows business to prepare properly and pass the customs audit successfully and without losses.

PwC Ukraine invites you to participate in the webinar, in which our experts will consider the practical aspects of preparing for customs inspections, discuss new legislation, and colleagues from PwC Poland will share their experience of supporting companies. 

As part of the event, our specialists will consider the following questions:

  • Selection of companies by customs for inspection and appointment of an audit – how does the process work?
  • Inspection process: typical violations recorded by customs during inspections.
  • Addition of payments and further actions on them by the business.
  • How a customs audit works in the EU (on the example of Poland).
  • Updated Ukrainian legislation and future prospects. 
  • How to turn challenges into opportunities? Why can audit preparation help businesses save money?
  • Risk zones, “gray zones” and pitfalls of customs audit – insights from PwC experts.

Speakers: 

  • Vita Miroshnychenko – Head of Customs and International Trade, PwC Ukraine
  • Pavlo Herasymiuk – Manager, Customs and International Trade, PwC Ukraine
  • Yuliia Khomenko – Senior Associate, Customs and International Trade, PwC Ukraine

Guest speakers:

  • Martyna Leszczyńska, Manager, practice of customs and international trade, PwC Poland
  • Angelika Laskowska, Senior Consultant, practice of customs and international trade, PwC Poland 

Please note that the language of the event is Ukrainian and English, simultaneous translation is not provided.

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