Brexit & how it will impact on Jersey's international trade

Brexit & how it will impact on Jersey’s international trade

08:00 – 10:00
Pomme D'Or Hotel

The Jersey Business Export Club would like to invite you to the June networking event at which you will hear from two speakers who are involved in shaping how exporters might be affected by Brexit.

The agenda for the session:

08.00: Arrive, tea, coffee, pastries & networking

08.15: Presentations from:

09.30: Q&A

10.00: Summary & close

Attend this session is you are:


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Clive Broadley
David Walwyn, External Relations
David Walwyn

Clive has spent 47 years in the multi-modal freight forwarding and customs warehousing industry. For 20 years Clive sat on the Board of BIFA* spending 2 years as National Chairman and 8 years on the Board of CLECAT** in Brussels with 2 years as its President.

Since 2011, Clive has been providing advisory and support services to numerous companies in the manufacturing, import/export, freight forwarding and customs broker sectors. He has particular expertise in AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) accreditation which facilitates customs related activity in the EU and has recently provided information to a House of Lords committee on the implications for the UK's import/export activity post-Brexit”.

* The British International Freight Association (BIFA) is the trade association for UK-registered companies engaged in international movement of freight by all modes of transport, air, road, rail and sea. BIFA has around 1500 corporate members, known generally as freight forwarders.

**CLECAT represents the interests of more than 19,000 companies employing in excess of 1,000,000 staff in logistics, freight forwarding and customs services. Multinational, medium and small freight forwarders and Customs agents are all within its membership.

Director for External Relations, States of Jersey

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