CLYDESDALE & YORKSHIRE BANK JOINS UK EXPORT FINANCE EXPORT WORKING CAPITAL SCHEME

Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank has signed an agreement with the UK’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF) to become a participating bank in its export working capital scheme.

Under the scheme, UKEF provides a partial guarantee to a participating bank thereby allowing the bank to consider increasing the amount of pre- and post-shipment finance it can make available to its export customers.

Having previously been participating banks under UKEF’s Bond Support Scheme, Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank is among a growing number of banks able to offer the full range of UKEF products aimed at supporting smaller exporters.

UKEF Chief Executive, David Godfrey, and Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank’s Acting Head of International Trade Finance, Simon Hayden, signed the agreement at the bank’s Glasgow headquarters.

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Simon Hayden(left) from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank and David Godfrey, who is chief executive of UK Finance signing a deal to make UKEF s services available to Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank's customers.
Simon Hayden(left) from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank and David Godfrey, who is chief executive of UK Finance signing a deal to make UKEF s services available to Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank’s customers.

Commenting on the agreement, UKEF’s David Godfrey said: “UK Export Finance has a important role to play in supporting British exporters and I am delighted that this agreement with Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks will enable more exporters to access our support through our export working capital scheme.”

Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank’s Simon Hayden said: “We’re delighted to be joining forces with UKEF to help businesses take advantage of the opportunities which arise through exporting their goods and services. There are many businesses looking to expand and with a real potential to prosper and this partnership is just one way we can help support them to achieve their ambitions.”

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