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Key Takeaways from Nu-Credits Participation in the 2023 British Trade and Export Finance Forum


 

Recently, NU-Credits was invited to participate in the 2023 British Trade and Export Finance Forum and discussed with more than 700 representatives from businesses, banks, governments, and trade associations about new opportunities created for British exporters and international buyers, as well as British export financing. How to help them unlock their full potential and build connections.


 

The 2023 UK Trade and Export Finance Forum opens in London, UK on November 24. The UK Trade and Export Finance Forum brought together financial and business leaders for a full day of speeches, case studies, panel discussions, seminars and exchanges, covering export and Latest developments in trade finance.

 

Whether it is a UK supplier looking to export overseas, or an international company considering long-term financing, the forum provides the latest insights and new business contacts to support delegates on their export journey.

 

This year is the sixth event held by the forum. This offline event provides participants with an opportunity to gain new insights into the international trade landscape and interact with more than 700 representatives from enterprises, banks, governments and trade associations. Representatives make connections.

 

The forum will explore the new opportunities created for UK exporters and international buyers, and how UK export finance can help them unlock their full potential. The event will take a broader look at the opportunities that arise throughout the year.


 

 

The forum organized more than 700 representatives from businesses, banks, governments and trade associations in the UK to establish contacts.

 

Representative companies include The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Standard Chartered Bank, Barclays Bank, Lloyds Bank, NatWest Bank Group, NEWABLE, and Mitsubishi UFJ Bank



Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc. HSBC is a founding member of HSBC Group and its flagship in the Asia-Pacific region. It is also the largest registered bank in Hong Kong, China, and one of the three largest note-issuing banks in Hong Kong, China.


 



 

Standard Chartered Bank is a leading international bank with a business network in 60 of the world's most dynamic markets, serving customers in 145 markets. Standard Chartered Group Co., Ltd. is one of the foreign banks with the longest history in China. Since the establishment of its first branch in Shanghai in 1858, Standard Chartered Bank has never stopped its business in China.




 


 

Barclays Bank, one of the largest commercial banks in the UK, was established in 1862 as Barclay & Co. Ltd. It changed its name to its current name in 1917, with its head office in London. Total assets in 1998 were US$365.2 billion. Barclays is the UK's third largest banking company after HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland. Barclays operates in approximately 60 countries around the world and has more than 2,100 branches in the UK.



 


Lloyds Bank, one of the four largest private banks in the UK, was founded in 1765 as Taylor Lloyd & Company. One of the clearing banks in London. The main banks controlled include London Bank of Montreal, Lloyds European Bank, National Bank of New Zealand, etc. It has close relations with the petroleum, steel, aircraft and shipping industries domestically and has many branches internationally. The head office is located in London.


 

 

NatWest Group is one of the world's largest banking groups with the best capital quality. The history of NatWest Bank Group can be traced back to the seventeenth century. The current banking group was formed by the merger of three famous British banks on March 18, 1968, and officially opened on January 1, 1970. The Group is headquartered in London, UK, with more than 71,000 employees located in 35 countries around the world.

 

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Japan's largest commercial bank. In April 1995, it was formed by the merger of the Bank of Tokyo, a Japanese foreign exchange professional bank, and Mitsubishi Bank, one of Japan's large urban banks, and changed its current name. It started operation on April 1, 1996. In 1997, its total assets ranked first among the world's major banks. The head office is in Tokyo.


 


 

After participating in this forum, our company found that in this era, British exporters and international buyers have set their sights on China, including investment in supply chain infrastructure in various industries such as biotechnology, advanced manufacturing, and energy mining, and look forward to working with China Enterprises further deepen business cooperation and development relationships.

 

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