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With the UK economy still capricious, UK corporates are increasingly looking to access new markets to secure growth. While overseas markets can be an important source of revenue they can be difficult to navigate and fraught with risk, making the right advice crucial.
Our specialist international teams have extensive experience in the key areas of trade finance and supply chain management. We work closely with our global partner bank network to help you succeed, whether you are highly experienced or completely new to international business.
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The quest is on for adaptable funding programmes that support trade partnerships in established markets, says Rene Chinnery, Head of Supply Chain Finance, Lloyds Bank, and equip UK corporates to create stable supply chains in the world’s new growth territories.
The race is on for companies to research, target and grow an effective presence in new overseas markets. It’s a tough game, says Simon Banham, but one where banks can really help.
Growth maybe harder to find these days, says Carlo Diana, Director, Trade Finance and Supply chain Management, Lloyds Bank. But, for countless UK companies, the US remains a huge and natural expansion arena.
What’s exciting, argues Dave Philips, is how rapidly banking technology is developing to facilitate trade by meeting two supply chain funding challenges in today’s increasingly testing global environment.