Trade with Great Britain and Poland after Brexit

Trade with Great Britain and Poland after Brexit

The British Polish Chamber of Commerce and experts from member companies invite.

In response to the agreement regulating the rules of the UK’s departure from the single European market and Customs Union on 1 January, the British Polish Chamber of Commerce and experts from member companies invite you to online free-of-charge 30-minute consultations during which you will receive advice regarding various aspects of your company operations and trade exchange between Poland and Great Britain following Brexit.

Our experts are waiting for your enquiries on Tuesday 23rd February from 13:00 – 15:00 CET (12:00 – 14:00 GMT). Below is a list of available experts and the scope of the consultations. This will be the last meeting before April. Please register here brexit@bpcc.org.pl specifying:

1. Your name
2. Company name
3. The expert you wish to contact
4. If possible, a specific question you would like to ask
5. Preferred time (to choose half-hour time slots from: 13:00/13:30/14:00/14:30 CET. If the chosen time is already booked, we will automatically assign the next available time slot.
The number of consultations is limited.

1. Customs, rates, clearance, requirements, documentation,
Junior inspector Jaroslaw Karski, Head of the Customs Department in Poznan, the Delegation of the Greater Poland Customs and Tax Office in Poznan, the Tax Administration Chamber in Poznan

2. Foreign Trade
Using letters of credit / guarantees and documentary collection in securing and financing international transactions.
Support in acquiring new business partners
Anna Wierzbicka - Manager of the Foreign Trade Team @ Santander Bank Polska

3. Finance
Opening accounts for Polish entities in the UK and for entities from the UK in Poland (general rules and procedure KYC
helping Polish and British companies to enter foreign markets
Magdalena Kusa– UK & US @ Santander Bank Polska corridor manager

4.The economic and political situation of Great Britain
Michael Dembinski, economic advisor to the British Polish Chamber of Commerce:
• current political and economic situation,
• possible difficulties, unexpected effects, forecasts
• impact on trade with Poland and the economic situation of the country

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