Brexit - the implications for UK-Serbian Trade online briefing

Brexit - the implications for UK-Serbian Trade online briefing

The BSCC will be holding an online briefing: Brexit - the implications for UK-Serbian Trade. This will be held by Zoom on Wednesday October 14 at 1530-1700 CEST (1430 - 1600 BST).

The briefing aims to address some of the uncertainty around this important issue.  It will address

  • What the arrangements will be between the UK and Serbia from 1 January 2021 and what negotiations are taking place between the two governments
  • What the practical consequences will be for British and Serbian exporters and suggest some practical steps to consider depending on the likely results
  • Current assessments of the what is likely to happen between the UK and the EU future trade relationship and what the consequences will be for UK/Serbian trade 


The speakers will be:

Dr Anna Jerzewska: Anna is a globally recognized customs and international trade advisor working in trade since 2006. She has a combination of private sector, policy and academic experience. In recent years her main reoccurring clientele have been the United Nations' International Trade Centre, British Chambers of Commerce, and assorted private sector firms and governments. She is an Associate Fellow of The UK Trade Policy Observatory (UKTPO).

Mišo Bozić: Mišo is Managing Director of Delamode Balkans, a logistics company and part of Xpediator Plc, a UK quoted Company.  He has over ten years experience in the transportation, trucking and logistics.

Richard Robinson: Richard is Executive Director of the British Serbian Chamber of Commerce resident in Belgrade. He was previously General Director of the British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic in Prague and ran for parliament in Westminster in two general elections. A chartered accountant by training, his other roles have included a variety of finance and consulting roles in Vienna, Moscow, Kiev and London.

Dr David Landsman OBE, Chair of the BSCC will moderate(host) the briefing.


This briefing is for BSCC members, but there will not be any restriction on the number of people attending from each member.

To register, please click here on  You will receive confirmation once we have confirmed your details.  Non members of the BSCC should contact the Chamber if they are considering attending. 

The briefing will be recorded and made available via the BSCC website after the event.