British Chambers of Commerce
Liam is Director of Trade Facilitation at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). He is responsible for the regulation and implementation of Rules of Origin and trade documentation services throughput the British Chamber Network. He engages with government on trade policy, represents the BCC on a number of working groups, contributes to consultations and sits on the
International Chambers of Commerce (ICC) Technical Committee on Origin.
He is leading the launch of a new customs declarations service, ChamberCustoms. It’s the first UK Customs Broker to offer clearance of
goods through every inventory linked port in the United Kingdom offering traders high standards of assurance and compliance.
Prior to joining the BCC, Liam was Deputy CEO at Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce where he led a number of trade missions across the globe. He has also held a number of commercial and non-executive roles in the media and retail sectors.
The impact of Brexit on Traders, Trade Flows and Tariffs
Traders in the UK are experiencing huge uncertainty as the impact of Brexit becomes more understood. The Government asked traders to ‘Get Ready for Brexit’, HMRC has introduced transitional arrangements and encouraged traders to prepare to import and export from the EU just like they do for the rest of the world. But what’s happened? Are our traders prepared for change? What more can they do now?