The British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce was established in 1997. The Chamber. The Chamber strengthens and maintains trade relations between the United Kingdom and Iceland, as well as strengthening co-operation in the fields of education and culture. The Chamber is a network of companies, institutions and individuals and is a platform for communication with the public sector. The Chamber is a forum for publicly discussing matters of interest in British and Icelandic trade, as well as for transferring knowledge, policies and currents in matters concerning the foreign affairs of Britain.
The British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce organizes meetings and conferences concerning the general affairs of the two countries and safeguards the business-related interests of its members vis-à-vis the British and Icelandic authorities.
Chairman: Dagmar Þorsteinsdóttir, Maison ehf.
Auður Björk Guðmundsdóttir, InfoCapital ehf.
Árni Þór Þorbjörnsson, Landsbankinn
Brynjólfur Helgason, Casmircreation sf.
Ólöf Salmon Guðmundsdóttir, Pagó hús ehf.
Þórdís Anna Oddsdóttir, Kvika
Jón Þór Gunnarsson, BL
Aldís Kristín Firman Árnadóttir, Lilou et Loic
Guðmundur Oddsson, Logos Legal Services Ltd.
Jón Birgir Jónsson, Neuberger Berman
Mark Dodsworth, Europartnerships
William Symington, Anacrusis Consulting Ltd.
Gunnar Thor Thorarinsson, BBA//Fjeldco