A 'Meeting on the implications of the end of the transitional period on trade in goods and services with the United Kingdom' was held, a meeting organized by CEOE in coordination with the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Spain, with the participation of several representatives of the British Government, such as Bill Murray, Head of the Economy and Public Policy of the United Kingdom Embassy in Spain, who has spoken about the provision of services, specifically about financial services, public procurement, mobility and mutual recognition of qualifications professionals.
For her part, Julia Held, from the Directorate of Trade Negotiations and Investments, of the Department of Commercial, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has addressed regulatory matters for the different types of goods. Margaret Whitby of the Border and Protocol Delivery Group spoke on the new customs procedures. Finally, Blanca Gray, from the Directorate of the future immigration and borders system of the Home Office (British Ministry of the Interior), dealt with the mobility of people, both workers, students and visitors, and the new migratory system by points.
This meeting represents a great opportunity to learn about the new British procedures and scenarios that companies will have to face at the end of the transitional period, as well as to convey to the representatives of the United Kingdom Embassy the main concerns of the business sector.