British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce (BICC).

Is a trade organization consisting of companies, individuals and institutions doing business with Britain.

Our objective is to promote and maintain commercial links between Britain and Iceland, and further ties in the fields of education, culture, business and politics. The Chamber is a network of companies, institutions and individuals as well as a platform for communicating with the public as well as being a forum to publicly discuss trade interest between Britain and Iceland. We engage in the transfer of knowledge, policies and trends in matters concerning trade between Britain and Iceland. The Chamber organizes meetings and conferences concerning common matters between the two countries and guards the commercial interest of its members in respect of British and Icelandic authorities.

News & Events.

13.12.2021

Lucia in Hull Minster

08.12.2021

A new analysis on Iceland’s bilateral trade patterns – Annual Bilateral Day Conference

07.12.2021

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Board Members.

Chairman: Dagmar Þorsteinsdóttir, Maison

Icelandic committee

Auður Björk Guðmundsdóttir, Two Birds

Árni Þór Þorbjörnsson, Landsbankinn

Brynjólfur Helgason, CasmirCreations ehf.

Ólöf Salmon Guðmundsdóttir, Pagó hús ehf.

Þórdís Anna Oddsdóttir, Landsvirkjun

Jón Þór Gunnarsson, BL (alternate member)

UK committee

Guðmundur Oddsson, Logos Legal Services Ldt.

Jón Birgir Jónsson, Neuberger Berman

Mark Dodsworth, Europartnerships

William Symington, Anacrusis Consulting Ldt.

Gunnar Thor Thorarinsson, BBA//Fjeldco (alternate member)

Aldís Kristín Firman Árnadóttir, Lilou et Loic (alternate member)

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Contact.

The British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce

Hús Atvinnulífsins,

Borgartún 35, 105 Reykjavik

mottaka@vi.is

+354 510 7100

Managing Director:

Sigrún Lilja Guðbjartsdóttir