Santander has an international footprint with presence in 10 core markets and many more via our network of alliances.
Santander Corporate & Commercial UK focuses on helping businesses prosper by being the ‘accelerator for business growth’. We know that ambitious businesses want to continue to do business with Europe as well as grow beyond traditional markets - that is why we have a deep, holistic and tailored approach to our international proposition to help businesses with their international growth ambitions.
Accessing the Chinese market
With the second-largest global economy and the world’s largest population, it’s unsurprising that China presents considerable trade opportunities.
If you have ambitions to grow beyond traditional markets, we can help you connect to exporting opportunities in China.
"I am proud to say that Santander has opened the doors for many UK SMEs and large corporates to trade and invest in China." Nathan Bostock, CEO Santander UK
The China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) helps British and Chinese businesses and organisations work together in China, the UK and third markets around the world. With 65 years of experience, experts in 11 UK offices and 13 Chinese locations, and a diverse membership, we operate to support companies of all sizes and sectors from multinationals to SMEs.
?As the partner of choice for British companies working with China, CBBC delivers a range of events, tailored research and consultative services. We cooperate closely with the Department for International Trade, The Foreign & Commonwealth Office and across government to highlight export opportunities for UK companies and investment opportunities for Chinese organisations.
Meat Industry Ireland (MII) is the Ibec sector association that represents the beef, lamb, pigmeat and poultry processing sectors in Ireland. MII provides a wide variety of services for its members including policy development and advocacy, provision of up to date information on all technical, legislative developments and policy changes that may affect the meat industry. MII promotes the interests of its members with Government Departments, State Agencies, European Institutions and other stakeholders across our sector.?
MII members are responsible for the vast majority of primary meat processing in Ireland and exports of quality Irish meat to markets throughout the world. Our members operate world class processing facilities throughout the country. Our processing facilities, in addition to operating under the supervision of the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM), also hold many independent third party quality accreditations as well as having secured approvals from a wide range of competent authorities across the globe.?
OF&G is one of the largest control bodies in the UK, certifying over 50% of UK organic land and operating across Great Britain and Northern Ireland, including the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.?
OF&G has more than forty years experience in the organic sector and is the longest established Defra-approved organic control body. The company’s headquarters are in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, UK.
OF&G is committed to delivering the highest levels of integrity and impartiality within the schemes it operates. This commitment to impartiality ensures that we do not allow commercial, financial or other pressures to compromise our impartiality.?
The Recycling Association （developed out of the Independent Waste Paper Processors Association (IWPPA), a well-respected trade association that previously represented independent waste paper processors and their equipment suppliers formed by a group of privately owned waste paper merchants in 1975 to promote and widen the use of recyclable papers both within the UK and for export） was formed in 2009 to extend members’ influence to a wider range of recycling activities. Today, TRA have more than 80 members with a combined turnover in excess of ?2 billion. TRA is the largest UK network of independent waste and recycling operators with a membership covering the whole of the British Isles.