Post-Brexit trade with non EU markets
This half-hour Q&A with the Institute of Export & International Trade and Bibby Financial Services focuses on how UK traders can succeed in non-EU markets post-Brexit, making the most of the rollover and free trade agreements secured by the government so far.
- What deals the UK now has in place with non-EU markets
- Rules of origin and other customs impacts of these deals
- Most common challenges faced by traders in non-EU markets
- How to fund exports to distant markets
You can download a copy of the slides here.
- The UK’s trade agreements
- Check duties and customs procedures for exporting goods
- Trading with developing nations
- Trade tariff look up tool
Yvonne Wedel-Andersen, Head of Export Finance – Bibby Financial Services
Over her 30 years’ in the industry she’s held various management roles at International level with GMAC Commercial Finance and Bank of New York prior to her role as Head of Operations for Bibby Factors International Ltd.
Yvonne has also worked closely with global organisations, International Factors Group and Factors Chain International helping to shape the legal framework of global cross border factoring and educating the next generation of international finance specialists.
Yvonne is also a long standing member of the Institute of Export and has close ties to The British Exporters Association and UK Export Finance.
Aimee Maltman, Custom Consultant – Institute of Export & International Trade
A customs and trade expert with over 10 years’ experience, Aimee specialises in the execution of preferential rules of origin and use of customs special procedures.