EQIBank Head of Global Operations, Jeremy Kemp, met with companies to discuss how the bank can help them foster international links at the British Chambers of Commerce International Trade Summit in Bishopsgate, London on October 18.
As UK representative of the Board of the British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia, Kemp has been able to draw on over 20 years experience living and working in Asia. His particular focus at the summit was to explore ways for EQIBank to work with businesses looking to make inroads into Indonesian markets as well as in the wider region.
He was joined by the British Chamber in Indonesia CEO, Chris Wren, in talking to companies with an interest in growing stronger international ties, with views to communicate exactly how the new bank can help business to transcend state and continental lines.
The world’s first licensed and regulated bank for national currencies and crypto brings manifold opportunities for business in Asia. EQIBank seek to offer a broad range of competitive international banking and financial services that help to facilitate a more seamless trading experience between regions.
Kemp resided in Indonesia for 23 years before returning to the UK in 2017 and his areas of expertise include building operational structures and business processes. This gives him relevant and specific insight into the region which may prove invaluable, as EQIBank looks to Asia as a region where it can help companies to operate far more efficiently than has been possible before.