Founded in 1995 as the British Business Association of Cambodia, the British Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia (BritCham) strives to be the leading forum for businesspeople with an interest in Cambodia and the UK.
We are here to help you build your business networks, create business opportunities and help to grow your business, whether you are a member of the Chamber, or a UK company looking to export or do business in Cambodia.
A Message From Our Chairman
7th May 2019
“It gives me great pleasure to greet you as the new Chairman of the British Chamber here in Cambodia. Further to the elections we had at our recent AGM, we had our first board meeting on Monday 6th May and elected our officers for the coming year. I was very fortunate to be elected your new Chair after two years of super service by the out going Chair Trevor Sworn. David Nutman has been elected to the Vice-Chair, Matthew Rendall continues in the post of Secretary, as does Benilda Fernando in the post of Treasurer. Other members of the board have joined the various committees that we have in operation for the benefit of our members and more will be said about that in the near future. The Chamber has gone from strength to strength under the leadership of Trevor and I hope to continue to drive us forward in the coming year. Our continuing goal will be to increase membership, develop more and more services and partnerships for our members and continue to be a voice for British business here in the Kingdom. We can only do that with your support and we will be outlining our goals in these areas in the coming months."
Martin McCarthy, Chairman
CEO: LMMJM Holdings
Managing Partner: HRINC
Senior Partner: Sok Siphana & Associates
CEO: Grant Thornton
Paul Dodd ,
Director: Infinity Financial Solutions
Director: Enduring Consultancy
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By building bridges between the corporate sectors and the community, BritCham is committed to giving back to the people of Cambodia through philanthropic initiative.