Falcon Group recently hosted a roundtable discussion in London to explore the exporting landscape – examining the challenges, opportunities as well as solutions for long-term growth and boosting British exports.
The roundtable, chaired by GTR, covered a number of topics, including the role of education in encouraging exporting, the impact of regulation on British exports, the rise of specialist financiers following the trade finance gap, and the role of the private sector in boosting British exports. The participants also discussed the complexity behind obstacles facing British companies in starting and continuing to export, and the reasons behind a limited British presence in the emerging markets.
The participants included representatives from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) UK, UK Export Finance (UKEF), British Exporters Association (BExA), Cummins Power Generation, Santander, and Coface UK, as well as Falcon’s CEO Will Nagle; CFO, Nick Gowland; and Head of Business Development for UK and Europe, and Emma Clark.
To read the full write-up of the discussion in GTR, please click here. (Please note, this link lies behind a paywall).