The Business Plan outlined new objectives that will allow UKEF to adapt its support for SMEs, help businesses across all the regions of the UK, access UKEF products, and focus its activity on sectors and countries.
COVID-19 has dominated the headlines for the last few months. But now, with the negotiations stepping up and the transition set to end by December, Brexit is moving back into the limelight.
The UK government’s Export Credit Agency (ECA), UKEF, has a mandate to ensure that no viable UK export fails for lack of finance or insurance.
Coltraco Ultrasonics Limited’s Carl Stephen Patrick Hunter explores the opportunities and challenges that British exporters face and identifies some tips to help them achieve their goals.
UKEF’s Richard Simon Lewis highlights the key steps that UK exporters can take to maximize their export opportunities. Trade is a vital part of the government’s industrial strategy, and the… read more →
In the run up to a potentially ‘no deal’ Brexit, the Secretary of State for the Department of International Trade, Liam Fox MP spoke about the UK’s future role in… read more →
I had the pleasure of interviewing Alessia Borrini, Bid Coordinator for francophone countries at NMS Infrastructure. Alessia successfully negotiated a bid for a $250 million public healthcare infrastructure project in… read more →
This year marks the 100th anniversary of voting rights for women. We have the most diverse parliament in our history and our second female Prime Minister. It’s a well-known fact that… read more →
A Brave New World Today marked the UK Government’s first UK Trade and Export Finance Conference, hosted by UK Export Finance (UKEF) and the Department for International Trade (DIT). We’re… read more →