MARCH 2023
Newsletter Lloyds Bank

As a registered user of the Lloyds Bank International Trade Portal, you continue to have free and unlimited access to a wide range of trade data and information to support your business at home and overseas.

With rising inflation and supply-chain disruption having widespread impacts on the economy, now is a crucial time to keep on top of changes which could impact your business. Your Lloyds Bank International Trade Portal account can support you through our different tools which include a Customs Duty calculator, Import/Export Controls, and International Currency Convertor. This edition of our newsletter focusses on how the International Trade Portal can help you to access useful tools, as well as sharing the latest thought leadership from Lloyds Bank and the CBI.
Our International Trade Portal can help your businesses to keep up with change:

check icon Custom Duties calculators allowing you to toggle between preferential and non-preferential tariffs
check icon Import/Export Controls tool added to help you to identify product-specific barriers to importing/exporting
check icon International Currency Convertor provides you with 165 different currencies updated daily

Click below to explore different tools to keep up with change for your business and support you to achieve business ambitions

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CBI Trade Toolkit - Winning with Fintech: International Trade and Accessing Finance

Businesses across the UK have benefitted enormously from engaging in international trade. Growth from access to new markets, the provision of cheaper materials and services abroad, reduced risk by diversifying across geographics have led to international trade being a significant economic advantage to our economy.

CBI and Finastra worked with YouGov to survey over 200 financial decision makers at UK-based SMEs to better understand current business attitudes to international trade and accessing finance. Download the full toolkit to learn how you can derive value from international trade.

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Did you know that ITP can also help you with...

Search our international trade shows database to find upcoming international events in the Manufacturing sector and the country of yourchoice.

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Allows you to identify all relevant import/export documents required by all parties involved in the trade and transport process for the export of goods from one country and import into another country.

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Search our database of over 1 million companies across 200 countries to find new buyers and suppliers for your business.

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Keep up to date with the latest market insight, custom duties, and new tender opportunities both domestically and overseas - with tailored alerts direct to your inbox

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Our action-based business insights cover a wide range of topics. Here are a few other relevant insights which might be useful to your business in our Business Insights section as below:

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The information on the International Trade Portal is provided for general guidance only, and should not be relied upon as specific advice.

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