Eurofees are delighted to announce that they have been accepted on the United Kingdom Trade and Investment (UKTI) Passport to Export Scheme; a further example of the credibility of Eurofees as a market leader in European debt recovery.
Meetings have already taken place between the two parties in Madrid and London and Eurofees have now finalised a work plan to move forwards.
Working closely with the UK Embassy in both Madrid and Barcelona, the scheme will provide excellent support to Eurofees as they continue to grow their operation in Spain.
Managing Director, Dale Petty, comments “This is an excellent opportunity for Eurofees to provide further support to clients in Spain. It is all too common for investors to lose patience with markets and leave without fulfilling their financial obligations. Working with the UKTI will enable us to get information to a wider audience and grow the business as a whole”.
UK Trade & Investment is the Government Department that helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy and assists overseas companies to bring their high-quality investment to the UK.