CBAM is coming. Is it an opportunity or a threat for the UK metals industry?

Wednesday 13th September 2023

Theatre :  Made in the UK 

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Join our panel of industry experts for a thought-provoking discussion on the imminent arrival of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and its potential impact on the UK metals industry. CBAM poses a crucial question: Is it an opportunity or a threat?

During this engaging session, our panelists will delve into the intricacies of CBAM and its implications for the UK metals sector. From exploring the regulatory landscape to analyzing market dynamics, they will shed light on the potential challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to hear from industry leaders, engage in stimulating discussions, and gain valuable insights into the potential impacts of CBAM on the UK metals industry. Join us for a dynamic panel discussion that will equip you with the knowledge and foresight to make informed decisions for the future.

Key Takeaways for the Audience:

  • Comprehensive Understanding
  • Implications Assessment
  • Strategic Insights
  • Policy Outlook
  • Business Adaptation
Alan Banks, UK Lightweight Innovations Manager at Ford Motor CompanyAlan Banks UK Lightweight Innovations Manager
Ford Motor Company
Frank S. Aaskov, Energy & Climate Change Policy Manager at Make UK (UK Steel)Frank S. Aaskov Energy & Climate Change Policy Manager
Make UK (UK Steel)
Michael HoranMichael Horan Chief Executive Officer
Sherwood Stainless & Aluminium
Steven Vercammen, Senior Expert at McKinsey & CompanySteven Vercammen Senior Expert
McKinsey & Company

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