Supply chains after Covid-19
A half-hour Q&A with the Institute of Export & International Trade and Bibby Financial Services focusing on how supply chains have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and how they may change in the future.
- Impact of the virus on international 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
- Other factors that could disrupt supply chains in the months ahead
You can download a pdf of the slides here.
Kevin Shakespeare, Director of Stakeholder Engagement – Institute of Export & International Trade
Kevin is a key member of the Institute’s management team and an energetic and self-motivated individual with a strong knowledge of education, trade and finance and international trade, built up over many years in senior management positions. His experience includes delivering year on year sales growth of 15%+, managing revenue lines totaling more than £50m.
Aman Gill, Head of Structuring (Trade) – Bibby Financial Services
Aman is responsible for structuring and underwriting all new business for our Trade Clients in addition to upskilling and providing training internally. Aman also provides support by meeting with Prospective Clients to understand their businesses and our Introducers for New Business. He’s been with BFS for over 5 years in various Operational roles across Trade Finance including Technical Manager for Trade & International and Relationship Management of our Trade Finance Clients.
This webinar was sponsored by Bibby Financial Services.