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DATE AND TIME
Tue, 2 Jun. 2020, 09:30
Tue, 2 Jun. 2020, 10:30
Decades of growth and stability have helped make Malaysia an industrialised, relatively open economy with consistent growth. As Malaysia’s new Prime Minister takes to the helm, we hear about the early indications of the potential for increasing UK-Malaysia trade. Malaysia offers opportunities across a wide range of sectors for UK exporters.
We discuss with our in-country experts the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce to find out what local assistance is available to help ease the passage of UK exporters into the market.
- Paul North, Director of Trade, UK-ASEAN Business Council
- Jennifer Lopez, Executive Director, British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce
- Vikkrama Kumaravale, ASEAN Desk Director, Corporate and Commercial Banking, Santander
- Hussam Sultan. Regional Head, Commercial (Islamic), CIMB Bank – Malaysia
Director of Trade, UK-ASEAN Business Council
Paul is an experienced Executive Business Manager with a wealth of experience in international markets from having worked and lived in the Middle East for more than 30 years. His previous role was with the Department for International Trade (formerly UK Trade & Investment), heading up the Overseas Business Network Initiative in the East Midlands. He was developing and supporting a global network of business-led partner organisations to offer a wide range of high-quality support in key markets, particularly Southeast Asia, for exporting companies.