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The British Chamber of Commerce

The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is a dynamic, independent, non-government body which represents 500 companies of all sizes and origins. We bring our members together, facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience, giving you access to key resources and contacts to help you grow and build the profile of your business.

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Upcoming Special Events

Captains of Industry Luncheon with King Au, CEO, BOCHK Asset Management Limited
Wednesday 16th April

We are delighted to welcome King Au, CEO of BOCHK Asset Management Limited, to speak in our Captains of Industry Series, sponsored by KPMG. In his speech, King will share his views on RMB internationalisation and its implications for Hong Kong as a regional asset management hub. In particular, he will discuss RMB internationalisation from an investment perspective and how policies on offshore RMB clearing centres, RQFII and mutual recognition could be related together as part of the process. Click here for more information.

Distinguished Speaker Luncheon with Huibert Vigeveno, Executive Chairman, Shell Companies in China
Thursday 8th April

In this speaker luncheon, Huibert Vigeveno, Executive Chairman of Shell Companies in China, will share his views on the energy opportunities and challenges in China in terms of rising energy demand and green energy with less environment footprints. He will also share with the audience Shell China's "In China, For China" business strategy and how this business growth is contributing to the solutions to China's energy challenges. Click here for more information.


 

The British Chamber of Commerce and Standard Chartered Bank Annual Ball 2014
Friday 6th June

Join us on a passage to the vibrant, colourful land of India! A country of stunning landscapes, bustling bazaars and yogi’s galore the ‘Jaipoor Jamboree’ is a celebration of the nation’s diverse culture and exciting history! Click here for more information.