Post Brexit dispatches – a taxing time for brokers

Howard Jones

As we discussed in our last posting, UK insurance intermediaries that want to service clients within the EU post-Brexit have typically had to establish an EU regulated entity. For many, this will be the first time that they have needed a corporate presence outside of the UK. 

This can make them vulnerable to changes in rules and regulations outside of the UK – such as, potentially, the proposed new 15% minimum global tax rate - and can create challenges when a company’s employees are based in

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