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 Ltd in 2012, an independent company delivering quality investment advice with a personal touch, with clients in Europe and the Middle-East. He is a member of Aisa International, s.r.o. trading as Opes Fidelio, regulated by the Czech National Bank to act as an independent securities trader (MiFID) and as an intermediary for Insurance within the EEA, and holds licences for Supplementary Pensions Savings and Consumer Credit, with Identification number 28224 981.

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 (held in November) raises funds for local charities, which currently include Tabitha Haz, a Hospice for children in Torokbalint. 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 with Diageo and held at their premises, with a taste of the best malt whiskies 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. A keen golfer, Duncan was a past Board member of the Royal Musselburgh golf Club, the fifth oldest club on record. With two adult sons, he now has time to devote to the BCCH as well as his business interests.

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Douglas Arnott BEM
BCCH Treasurer

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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András Módos
BCCH Vice-Chair

Associate Partner

András has been active in the international economic and business circles since his graduation as a Master of International Relations at Corvinus University of Budapest. After a brief stint in diplomacy with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the International Centre for Democratic Transition between 2008 and 2011, András turned his focus to international business by joining the Big4 as an international tax advisor in 2011.

Since starting his career in tax advisory, he has always been keen to serve multinational clients in various fields. With EY, he had to opportunity to serve North American multinationals at EY’s New York office in 2016 and 2017. Since his return to Hungary in March 2017, András has been responsible for overseeing EY Hungary’s tax services to clients that have background in the UK. To that end, he used to share his time between Budapest and London prior to the eruption of the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020.

András (being a Hungarian national) is a linguistics enthusiast and speaks English and Spanish fluently. He is also an avid squash player.

Paul Fegan

Ecosse World Logistics

Paul has 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. Oversaw the transition 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 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 Sárvár to manage 3PL Logistics to Vendors of Lenovo. In 2010, saw the establishment of Ecosse in Hong Kong, and in 2014 of Ecosse in the UK.

Enikő Tomor

Owner/Marketing Director
Tomor Properties/GTC Hungary

Enikő has extensive knowledge and experience in Marketing, and at residential and commercial real property business around Hungary, as well as having formerly served as a Trade & Investment officer at the British Embassy in Budapest under Ambassador Thorpe.

On the professional front, Enikő is the Marketing Director, Hungary of GTC, a stock-exchange listed company, with extensive commercial asset portfolio in CEE. At the same time, she leads her own company offering full-service property advisory to private and corporate clients.

Enikő is originally from Budapest, but during her career she lived and worked several years in Germany (Frankfurt am Main and Hamburg) and she also frequently visited the UK. She speaks Hungarian as her native language, English and German at negotiation level.

She is an Economist by trade, having attained her MBA degree at the Budapest Technical University, an MSc at ELTE University in Budapest, and a Certificate in Management at Oxford Brookes, Budapest. She believes in life-long learning and among her plans is to start a PhD study soon.

Cynthia Gáspár

International Relationship Manager
Raiffeisen Bank

Cynthia started her career at Raiffeisen Bank and has been working there for 10 years now. As a Trainee, she was employed in the retail field, and then started working with international companies in 2015 as a Relationship Manager. At first, she handled companies in the SME segment.

Since 2017, she has been working as a first point of contact for medium-sized and large companies with an international background. In this position her main tasks are networking, acquisitions, participation in tenders, and representing the Bank at several chamber events.

In addition to work, she obtained a degree in economics at the Budapest University of Economics with a specialization in tourism, after it she completed her bachelor’s degree in communication science, majoring in PR, advertising, and marketing at the Metropolitan University (former Budapest Communication College).

She uses her fluent English and German language skills almost every day, and she also speaks a little Spanish.

Károly Oelberg

Managing Director
AACM Central Europe 

Károly is the managing director of AACM Central Europe Llc, an innovative Budapest-based consultancy firm focusing on the strategic, innovation and technical aspects of the green economic transition, founded in 1995 with Australian partners and acquired by its management in 1999. It currently operates with a team of seven including a business associate based in Romania.

Károly his over 36 years of work experience in research, public service and consultancy. He holds a master’s degree in chemical engineering and a postgraduate diploma in law. During his professional carrier he has gained extensive experience in working with global private sector clients as well as with international donor and lending agencies. He has been involved in various projects throughout the CEE region.

In his spare time, his main source of fun and relaxation is playing with his 10-months-old-granddaughter.

As a Council member, Károly key ambition is to further strengthen BCCH’s commitment to environmental and social sustainability.

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Tamás Simonyi

Senior Director

Tamás used to be a Council Member a decade and a half ago and now for the past two years. He believes the Chamber has made great strides to be relevant and helpful for the community trading and investing with/to/from Britain. Being pleased to have presented ideas to further this goal and, at the same time, let members enjoy themselves and the company of others at various events.

The Council is a productive and creative bunch of people and he would be more than ready to continue with the Chamber realizing its objectives. Being able to enrich the life of the business community and coming forward with perhaps unusual but useful initiatives will remain his goal.

The company he represents, KPMG, is a good breeding ground of connections for people who wish to lift their game.