BExA announces partnership with Global-Britain
BExA Export Seminar – 9th May 2017
BExA will be hosting an Export Seminar at One Great George Street, London SW1 on the afternoon of Tuesday, 9th May. The event, which is free to attend, is open to BExA members and non-member SME and exporting companies. BExA Council is grateful to Barclays Bank PLC for sponsoring the event.
As government urges businesses to make ‘2017 the year of exporting’ and to seek new markets and seize the demand for British goods and services, the BExA Export Seminar will look at some of the opportunities and challenges in doing so. It will follow the export journey, including trade policy and support available from Government, identifying new markets and opportunities, trade finance solutions and innovation, the implications of Brexit, risks exporters should be aware of, and what happens when it all goes right!
For more details, and to register for a place, please click here.
BExA Spring Reception – 9th May 2017
Member bookings are now being taken for the BExA Spring Reception, which will be held at the House of Commons Terrace Pavilion on Tuesday, 9th May 2017. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for booking information.
17 & 18 May 2017 – ExCel, London
Going Global is Europe’s leading show for businesses that are looking to expand internationally, export products or set up overseas operations. For more information and to book free tickets, please click here.
June 7 – June 9
Hilton Molino Stucky Hotel, Italy
From June 7 – 9th, TXF will be rolling out the red carpet for the biggest stars of export, agency and project finance for a Global Borrowers’ Summit.
TXF Venice 2017 is the much-anticipated sequel to the company’s flagship 2016 conference in Rome. Last year it hosted 700 guests and 130 speakers from more than 300 companies, and this year the stage is set for an even bigger blockbuster.
Choose between keynotes, specialist break-outs, workshops and discussion groups to focus on the topics important to you. Dedicated sessions cover project finance, export finance, Italian export finance, private market insurance and sector & regional breakdowns.
There will also be a variety of engaging activities designed to help you network with other guests in intimate settings, including a cocktail reception, gala dinner and city walking tour.
An A-list cast of industry experts from financial institutions, law firms, ECAs, insurers and corporate organisations so far includes…
- Thierry de Longuemar, Vice President & CFO, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
- David Nason, President and CEO, GE Energy Financial Services
- Alessandro Decio, CEO & General Manager, SACE
- Vineyesh Sawhney, Head of Financial Resources & Senior VP, Reliance Industries Limited
- Ilya Krasnov, Director of Corporate Finance Department, Metalloinvest
- Sam Taylor, Senior Portfolio Manager, NN Investment Partners
- Anna-Karin Jatko, Director General, EKN
- Otto Søberg, CEO, Export Credit Norway
- Nandita Parshad, Managing Director, Head of Energy and Natural Resources, EBRD
- Michael Emery, Head of Syndications – Europe, Middle East & Africa, IFC
- Kai Preugschat, Head Office of Cofinancing Operations, Asian Development Bank
- Thomas Baum, Head of Division Underwriting & Risk Management, Euler Hermes
…with many more speakers to be confirmed soon.
Corporate exporters can apply for a free ticket by emailing email@example.com
For more information, see here.
NEXT STEPS FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE FUTURE OF THE NORTHERN POWERHOUSE
Friday, 21st April 2017
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
Guest of Honour: Councillor Sean Anstee, Leader, Trafford Council
Please note that this seminar will take place in Central Manchester.
Delegates at this seminar will consider the next steps for supporting regional growth across the country, including the Prime Minister’s policy priorities on devolution, economic growth outside of the capital, and the future for a ‘Northern Powerhouse’ in England.
It will bring together policymakers and key stakeholders to examine the accountability of Mayor-led city regions – as well as options for their structures and roles in different areas of the country, including the devolution of powers over transport, housing, planning and skills throughout the four devolution deals that have been agreed across the North of England in Sheffield, Greater Manchester, Tees Valley and Liverpool.
Further planned sessions focus on how best to support the retention and development of a highly skilled workforce, and how the use of Enterprise zones, the plans for retention of business rates, and improving transport infrastructure could help businesses to expand and boost local job opportunities.
The conference will also be an opportunity to discuss foreign investment in the region, and how foreign direct investment projects could help boost the Northern economy in terms of increased jobs, economic activity and tourism.