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TAYLOR, Ronald George (1935 - 2009), Director-General, British Chambers of Commerce (formerly Association of British Chambers of Commerce), 1984–98

TENNANT, Bernard (born 1930), Director of Retail, British Chambers of Commerce, 1993–95

WILFORD, Thomas Mason (1870 - 1939), KC 1929; Deputy Chairman Federation Chambers of Commerce of British Empire

DUNWOODY, Robert Browne (1879 - 1966), Secretary Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 1912–46

BARTELL, Kenneth George William (1914 - 1993), Past President, British Chambers of Commerce in Continental Europe; Past President (twice) and Honorary Vice-President, British Chamber of Commerce, France

NEWSOME, William Antony (born 1919), Director-General, Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 1974–84

MILEHAM, Peter (born 1943), DL; National President, British Chambers of Commerce, 2006–08 (Director, 2002–08)

LONGWORTH, John (born 1958), Chairman, SVA Ltd, since 2008; Director General, British Chambers of Commerce, since 2011

ENTWISTLE, John Nicholas McAlpine (born 1941), Consultant Solicitor, Davies Wallis Foyster, 1992–2004; President, British Chambers of Commerce, 1998–2000

MORGAN, Henry (1875 - 1944), President, Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 1942–44; Senior Partner, Henry Morgan & Co., Incorporated Accountants, 1 Great Winchester St, EC2

CLARKE, Geoffrey (died 1950), ICS (retired); Director, P and O and British India SN Companies; Chairman, Calcutta Tramways; Past President, London Chamber of Commerce; Past President, Associated Chambers of Commerce of Great Britain; Member, Prime Minister’s Advisory Panel of Industrialists on Rearmament, 1938–39

HUTCHESON, John (1870 - 1959), Woollen Yarn Spinner; Chairman South of Scotland Woollen Manufacturers’ Mutual Insurance Corporation, Ltd; Chairman Scottish Wool Spinners Association; Vice-President Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society; Chairman of Merchiston Castle School; Vice-President Association of British Chambers of Commerce

HADWICK, William (1891 - 1951), Chief General Manager, National Provincial Bank, Ltd, since 1945; Director of Lloyds and National Provincial Foreign Bank Ltd; Member Export Credits Advisory Council; Member Council Associated British Chambers of Commerce

FRANCIS, Norton (1871 - 1939), JP; Director of Pyne, Gould, Guinness, Ltd, Canterbury Frozen Meat Co., Ltd, Mason, Struthers & Co. Ltd, New Zealand Newspapers Ltd, etc.; Chairman NZ School of Agriculture; Member of NZ University Senate; Vice-Consul for the Netherlands; Vice-President of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire, 1935–39; Major NZ Forces, retired list, 1924

DAVSON, Edward (died 1937), Chairman British Empire Producers’ Organisation; Representative of the Colonies and Protectorates on Imperial Economic Committee; member of Colonial Development Committee; Vice-Chairman Barclay’s Bank (DC and O); a Trustee of the Imperial Institute; a Governor of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture; Government Adviser on Colonial Trade to the Ottawa Conference, 1932, and Economic Conference, London, 1933; Chairman Federation of Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire, 1925–28 (Cape Town Congress, 1928); Chairman West Indies Conference, 1929; President Associated West Indian Chambers of Commerce, 1916–26; Member of the Empire Marketing Board, 1926–33 (Mission to West Africa, 1926, to East Africa, 1927)

Kerr, Charles Iain (1874 - 1968), Member of Council of St Dunstan’s; Past Director: G. D. Peters and Co. (Dep. Chm. resigned, 1963); Lloyds Bank Ltd (retd 1951); General Accident Fire and Life Assce. Corp. Ltd; National Bank of Scotland (retd 1959); Andrew Weir & Co. (London); Bank Line (Shipping); Past Chm., Nat. Jt Council of Scotland; Past Hon. Treasurer, Association of British Chambers of Commerce

 

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A non-political organization representing local chambers of commerce throughout the UK. It operates an accreditation scheme under which local chambers are admitted to the national network and a benchmarking survey to encourage best practice. It was formed in 1993, from a merger of the Association of British Chambers of Commerce and the National Chamber of Trade.

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