New Council and Chairman in Hungary

BCCH Council 2017-19The members of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary (BCCH) elected a new council and chairperson for the 2017-2019 council period at the chamber’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, 24 May 2017.

Pictured here (left to righ)t: Árpád Balázs, PwC Hungary, Christopher Noblet, Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells, Dennis A. Diokno, FirstMed, Judit Iglódi-Csató, GSK Hungary, Vazul Tóth, Budapest Bank, Kinga Kalocsai, GE Lighting & Current EMEA, Andrea Tóth, British Automotive, Kam Jandu, Budapest Airport, Zsolt Bella, BT Global Services.

Vazul Tóth said: "It is an honour to be re-elected and given the opportunity to continue to serve our members. I am delighted that now, as the UK redefines its relationships with the EU, our members have elected representatives of significant British companies operating in Hungary to our new council. Over the next period, more and more emphasis will be placed on strengthening bilateral synergies.  The council is determined to play a key role in redefining and facilitating the new relationship between the UK and Hungary."

Iain Lindsay OBE, Her Majesty's Ambassador to Hungary and Honorary Chairman of the BCCH said: “I welcome an even more dynamic Chamber that is even more prepared to provide direct support to British business in Hungary. I and my team at the Embassy will work more closely with you to achieve our common goals.  We want to deepen our relationship with the chamber and work together with you for British economic and business interests and for the UK`s success and prosperity.”

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