About the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce
The Arab-British Chamber of Commerce occupies a unique position in the promotion of bilateral trade and investment between Britain and all Arab countries. To achieve its mission, the ABCC works in partnership with government ministries, national trade and investment agencies, the Arab Embassies in London, the League of Arab States, private sector bodies and the Chambers of Commerce in the UK and Arab world.
Established in 1975 under the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for the Arab Countries, the ABCC is a not-for-profit membership organisation that welcomes new members who have a stake in Arab-British commercial relations irrespective of their sector.
Our business services include certification and legalisation of essential trade documents, research and advice, visas, Arabic-English translations, training courses on export procedures, Arabic language and culture, business venue hire solutions and a range of publications.
The ABCC's programme of business events combine invaluable briefings with unique networking opportunities. To serve our members, our doors remained open throughout the pandemic.
The ABCC is led by Secretary General & CEO, Mr Bandar Reda, and the Rt Hon Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean, our Chairman.