Duncan Graham

BCCH Chairman/Managing Director
G&G Wealth Limited

As the Managing Director of G&G Wealth Limited, Duncan Graham is responsible for the direction and growth of a company providing private financial and investment services in Budapest. He successfully opened G&G Wealth in 2012, an independent company delivering quality financial advice with a personal touch, with clients in Europe and the Middle-East.
His past experiences outside of Budapest have included working in Edinburgh, Scotland for Newton Barr Plc as a Senior Adviser (an FCA regulated investment firm) as well as Allianz (Cornhill Insurance) in a UK national role.
As the current President of the St Andrew’s Egyesület, Duncan has brought the St Andrew’s Ball from a small gathering of 40 guests to the current attendance of 250 in a few short years. The Ball raises some funds for local charities, which currently include Tabitha House (a Budapest hospice for children) and the ‘letters to Santa’ initiative in the 8th district of the city. Duncan was also involved with turning the Lánchíd Bridge blue and white on St Andrew’s Day, to commemorate Adam Clark the Scottish engineer.
Duncan regularly organizes a whisky tasting event, which is currently held at the Diageo Sky Bar, with a few glasses of the best malt whisky from the Diageo range.
Now living full time in Budapest since 2011, Duncan has moved his life and career to Hungary but still regularly visits friends and relatives in Scotland (with one of his two sons now a resident in London) and recently married his wife. A keen golfer, Duncan was a past Board member of the Royal Musselburgh golf Club, the fifth oldest club recorded.

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Douglas Arnott BEM

EDMF Language Services Kft.

Douglas Arnott is the founder and owner of EDMF Language Services Kft. in Hungary. Having initially worked as a freelance translator and interpreter on his arrival in Hungary over 20 years ago in 1998, Douglas then spent six years at KPMG Hungary, latterly managing a team of 8 translators at the firm. Upon deciding to leave KPMG he set up his own translation agency which has since gone from strength to strength. With a team of four in Budapest, EDMF works with over 150 experienced translators and language professionals around the world, providing a wide array of linguistic services. Douglas is also very active in the charity sector as Chairman of the Robert Burns International Foundation, a voluntary organisation established in 2005 to raise money for sick and underprivileged children in Hungary. Under his leadership, the activities, sponsors and funds of the RBIF have seen exceptional growth, with the foundation regularly supporting hospitals and social projects around the country.  

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Paul Fegan

Managing Director
Ecosse World Logistics Kft.

Have been working in the Logistics industry since 1989. Started with Agility Logistics (formerly GeoLogistics, formally LEP international) at Glasgow Airport. Promoted through the ranks from Clerk-Supervisor-Import Manager-Logistics Centre Manager. As per of the remit as Logistics Centre Manager, oversaw Computer Keyboard production employing over 100 staff at its peak.
2002 saw a massive change in the PC environment in Scotland with the major Manufacturers, HP and IBM outsourcing and relocating production from Scotland to Czech Republic and Hungary respectively. Decision was taken to open a mirror image of the Scotland Logistics site to Budapest. Paul oversaw the transistion and implementation of both Logistics and Manufacturing in Budapest. In addition the on-going growth and development of the Budapest site on behalf of Agility Logistics. Re-Located full time to Budapest in 2004. In 2009 Paul took the decision to establish our own “Kft”, Ecosse World Logistics with partner Angela. Establishing an office in Budapest and in the following year, a Logistics and Production facility in Sarvar to manage 3PL Logistics to Vendors of Lenovo. In 2010, he saw the establishment of Ecosse in Hong Kong, and in 2014 of Ecosse in the UK

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Péter Gyúrós

Business Development Manager – Europe East, Russia, Med & South Africa
Shell Fleet Solutions

Péter has been working for Shell for 17 years in various local and regional positions. Currently he is the Business Development Manager for Shell’s commercial fuel card and mobility services business – Shell Fleet Solutions – covering Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, Med and South Africa. In this role he is responsible for developing country strategies for the Shell Fleet Solutions business and for managing some of the key initiatives resulting from the strategic work.
Previously Peter has been managing the non-fuel retail business of the Shell petrol station network in Central and Eastern Europe. In that role he led a major transformation of the shop business including organization development, offer improvements and an ambitious investment program. His previous roles at Shell included the management of the Clubsmart loyalty program in the region and the development of the petrol station network in Hungary.
Peter holds a master’s degree from the Budapest University of Economics (now Corvinus University of Budapest) and also studied at the Jönköping International Business School in Sweden. He participated on executive leadership courses at the Kellogg School of Management and at Cornell University.
Besides being a Council member of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary, Peter is also a member of the Hungarian Association of Executives.
He is married and the father of two sons. He is especially interested in the history of World War II and the Cold War.

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Judit Iglódi-Csató

Vaccines’ Business Unit Head, Government Affairs,
Communications and Market Access Director Of
GSK Hungary

Judit Iglódi-Csató is currently leads the Vaccines’ Business Unit of GSK Hungary, as well she is the Government Affairs, Communications and Market Access Director.
Previously she held different leadership positions at Tesco (Marketing and Corporate Affairs Director, HR Director) and at the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Communications Director). She is experienced Marketing, Branding and Public Affairs professional with a demonstrated history of working in the banking, retail and pharmaceuticals industry.
Skilled in Commercial, Retail, Media Relations, Executive Management, Brand Marketing, Strategic Planning and CSR. Also with relevant experience in People management and HR at the largest private employer in Hungary. She has a Master’s Degree focused in International Relations and Affairs from Budapest Business Schooland Debrecen University.
She is married with 2 children.

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Kinga Kalocsai

Kalocsai Consulting

Kinga Kalocsai has a sound track record in change management, online marketing, PR & communications, digital transformation and go-to market strategies on an EMEA level. A trusted C-suite consultant, with strong business acumen and the right growth mindset.
After 15+ years leadership experience with bluechip companies, Kinga started her consultancy last year and is now supporting SMEs – helping them to dream big and to translate their aspirations into actions with tangible results. She is now working with private healthcare provider FirstMed and has refrences in the ICT and business services industries.
Kinga has been serving on the BCCH Council for 5 years, she was executive sponsor of the BCCH-uSchool Youth Enterprenuer program and designed several stakeholder events to support the Chamber’s key strategies of knowledge transfer to SMEs.
Kinga is married with an 8-year daughter.

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Károly Oelberg

Managing Director
AACM Central Europe 

Károly is the managing director of AACM Central Europe, an innovative Budapest-based consulting firm since 1996. The company was established as a member company of the Australian AACM International Group, and through an acquisition deal became part of Dames & Moore Group, one of the world’s leading US environmental consultancy and engineering firms. AACM Central Europe was purchased by its current management in 1999, and operates since January 2000 as an independent private firm with its headquarters in Budapest and a representation office in Târgu Mureş (Romania).
The core business of AACM Central Europe Ltd lies in environment and sustainable energy sectors. Clients include the international donor agencies and financial institutions such as the European Commission, EIB EBRD, IFC, UNHCR, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office as well as national and regional government agencies and municipalities. AACM Central Europe has also established a strategic working relationship with leading international environmental, engineering and other consultancy firms, and collaborates with them on private sector projects. AACM Central Europe has strong work experience in a wide variety of mostly Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. The company is a member of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hungary since 2016.
Károly has 33 years of work experience in research, public service and consultancy. He obtained a master’s degree in chemical engineering and has a postgraduate diploma in law and is a certified Body Auditor according to SERI’s R2:2013 Standard.
Károly’s work experience is particularly focused through environmental protection and development of the low-carbon economy. He has substantial gained experience in EU programming activities at multi-country, national and regional levels and implementation of EU funded projects in various CEE countries. Recently, he has been several times retained by the European Commission services as independent evaluator and/or rapporteur for the evaluation of Horizon 2020 proposals. 

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