Dominic Jermey, Chief Executive of UKTI visits Chamber office

On the 4th March 2015, we welcomed Dominic Jermey, the Chief Executive of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)  in our offices to witness the signing of the 2015/16  Grant Letter between UKTI Singapore and the Chamber. With this agreement, both organisations continue to cement a very close relationship in supporting British companies investing and trading in Singapore.  

On the 4th March 2015, Dominic Jermey, the Chief Executive of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) visited the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore (BCCS) office to witness the signing of the grant letter with UKTI Singapore and BCCS to support British trade. 
 
 
 
Hugo Walkinshaw, President of BCCS and Judith Slater, Deputy High Commissioner signing the grant letter.
 
 
The initiative aims to provide advice and assistance on behalf of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) to UK companies doing and seeking to do business in Singapore. This agreement is aligned to UKTI’s 2011-2016 strategy which indicates the growing importance of the UK-Singapore business relationship and its intention to continue to provide advice and support to UK businesses looking to succeed in Singapore.
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