New trade terms came into force between the UK and EU on 1 January 2021.
As a bank deeply rooted in the UK, with a strong European and global footprint, HSBC is ready to provide the guidance, continuity and stability you need to operate your business. However Brexit has affected your business, stay up to date with the latest insights from our experts and guidance for navigating the new trading environment.
With a network across Europe, we can help you manage the ongoing impact of Brexit on your business.
How can you take advantage of the EU trade opportunities now the Brexit transition is complete?
Make Brexit your threshold to new growth potential, urges Ian Tandy, HSBC UK’s Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance.
If you’re looking to expand your horizons overseas, our International Business Guides can give you the insight and information you need to enter new markets with confidence.
How Candy Hero turned Brexit risk into opportunity
With half its customer base in EU member states, Candy Hero faced Brexit with understandable trepidation. Enquiring minds and a dynamic approach, however, have helped the business find a solution that delivers long-term benefits
We understand that change is often difficult. Brexit presents new challenges and opportunities, so many UK businesses are going to have to adapt to a new different. Whether your ambitions lie at home or overseas, HSBC is equipped to help you understand how negotiations could affect your business – with webinars, articles and support available through the Tomorrow Ready programme.
Now the transition period is complete, the UK has left the single market and customs union. Find out more about the ways your business may continue to be impacted by these changes, and sign up for further updates.