Supply chain resilience after Covid and Brexit
This 45-minute Q&A with the Institute of Export & International Trade and Bibby Financial Services updates traders on the state of global trade as economies exit Covid-19 lockdowns and the UK adapts to new trade rules with the EU.
- The current state of global shipping
- Whether Covid-19 could lead to the reshoring or diversification of supply chains
- How trade finance can support companies to manage their trade cycles
- How the UK’s departure from the EU has affected trade flows
- The role of supply chain resilience in international strategies
You can download the presentation slides here.
Aman Gill, Head of Structuring (Trade) – Bibby Financial Services
Aman is responsible for supporting structuring and underwriting all new business for Bibby’s trade clients in addition to upskilling and providing training internally and meeting with prospects and our introducers.
He’s been with Bibby for a total of five years and in various roles in trade finance including Technical Manager – Trade & International, and Relationship.
Nicholas Blenkinsop, Customs consultant – Institute of Export & International Trade
Nick has over 27 years of professional experience in international trade and the agricultural, oil and gas, food manufacturing and life sciences sectors. He is currently involved in the government’s Trader Support Service for goods movements between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.