A company established in the EU can sell its services to customers in other EU countries without the need to have a physical location in that country. The freedom to provide services covers industrial, craftwork and commercial activities, as well as the activities pursued by self-employed people.
The right of establishment and the freedom to provide services are closely interrelated. The right of establishment enables a business to carry on an activity in another EU member state in the form of a branch or a subsidiary.
We can provide expert advice on:
- Any disadvantages that your current business structure might cause after Brexit
- Potential changes to your group structure to allow the best possible market access to the EU after Brexit
- Any potential changes to how VAT law, and other taxes, might impact your business after Brexit