Duncan Graham reelected as BCCH president


Duncan Graham

The British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary (BCCH) held its 30th annual general meeting last week. Duncan Graham was reelected president of the organization and the chamber council was strengthened with several new members, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The BCCH General Assembly held on May 25 re-elected Duncan Graham, managing director of G&G Wealth Limited, a financial and investment advisory firm, as president of the chamber. Duncan Graham founded G&G Wealth Limited in 2012, prior to which he worked as a senior adviser at Newton Barr Financial Advisory and Alliance in the United Kingdom.

In view of the favorable development of the epidemic situation, it was possible to hold the general assembly partly with the participation of the members in person.

Graham is the chairman of St Andrew's Association in Hungary, which, as well as promoting Scottish culture, is also involved in charitable work, primarily helping disadvantaged and sick children. Graham has been president of BCCH since June 2019.

The reelected president of the BCCH said, "This is symbolic for us too, and I hope that we will be able to meet again in person more often in the future. Thank you to our members for persevering through the difficult times behind us, and with the improvement of the epidemic situation, we can look forward not only to new council members, but also to new strength and new momentum in the tasks ahead."

Graham said that the Chamber had managed to close last year with a positive result despite the epidemic situation, and that the additional resources available would allow the chamber to invest in its activities. He added that he is confident that the 30th anniversary of the organization will be celebrated this year with an exciting event and the personal presence of as many members as possible.   

Elected members of the BCCH council:
Douglas Arnott, EDMF Language Services
Michael Glover, Taxually
Kinga Málnási, FirstMed
András Módos, EY
Kinga Kalocsai, PAV Hungary
Károly Oelberg, AACM Central Europe Ltd.
Tamás Simonyi, KPMG


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