The Brexit deadline has been extended, which means the uncertainties that seemed to peak in April are going to continue to compound until October. The potential impact on international trade is especially of concern for companies operating in the global supply chain.
These uncertainties have led companies to take protective steps but those preparations are hurting smaller Suppliers in the process.
In a recent article featured in International Trade Magazine, Stenn’s Global Head of Credit, Celine Hartmanshenn, analyses the challenges that small UK Suppliers are facing, what companies should be thinking about and how new opportunities in financing can solve these problems.
To read the full article, click here.
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