BCCH Elects Board for Next 2 Years
Duncan Graham speaking at the BCCH AGM.
The Annual General Meeting of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary (BCCH) took place this week. Duncan Graham was re-elected president of the organization and new members joined the chamber's council. The newly formed council is appointed for the next two years.
BCCH re-elected Duncan Graham, managing director of financial and investment advisory firm G&G Wealth Limited, to the position of president of the chamber at its AGM on May 17.
Graham founded G&G Wealth Limited back in 2012 and prior to that, he worked as a senior adviser at Newton Barr Financial Advisory and Alliance in the United Kingdom. He is also the chairman of the St. Andrew's Association in Hungary, which promotes Scottish culture and does charitable work, particularly for disadvantaged and sick children. Graham will continue as president for another two-year term.
He described the past period as a very successful one. In his speech, he highlighted the work of Kinga Kalocsai as an organizer. He thanked Paul Fox, Andrew Davidson, and the whole British Embassy for their support. He also referred to the "Royal Ascot" event and the Christmas celebrations as the highlights of the past year.
1. Douglas Arnott - EDMF
2. Károly Oelberg - AACM Central Europe Ltd.
3. Tamás Simonyi - KPMG
4. Cynthia Gáspár - Raiffeisen Bank
5. Enikő Tomor - Tomor Properties
6. András Módos - EY
7. Paul Fegan - Ecosse World Logistics
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