Welcome to the British Romanian Chamber of Commerce

BRCC membership is a proven investment to grow and expand your business globally! Membership at BRCC offers a diverse range of business services to assist companies of all sectors and sizes. From our extensive events programme and great opportunities to connect with like-minded businespeople and business advice, there are plenty of reasons to join our network.

You get exclusive access to a greater breadth of business opportunities

BRCC Talent Academy

Have you checked our job-platform? ūüĒćTalent Academy is a BRCC initiative aiming to connect high-performing Romanian students abroad who want to return to Romania (and not only) with jobs at the best sought-after companies in their country.


Join CONNECTS -an exclusive B2B matchmaking platform for international decision makers and take advantage of all business opportunities it provides! CONNECTS helps you find, create, and promote online business opportunities and communities through a global network of Chambers of Commerce.


Coalitia pentru Dezvoltarea Romaniei (CDR) aims to strengthen the relations between the private sector and the Government and other public institutions to increase cooperation on topics of great interest for the national business and economic climate, such as digitalization, debureaucratization, labor market, public investments and taxation .

British-Romanian Chamber of Commerce (BRCC) is an honored member of CDR with representatives in 13 task forces, who have shown great interest in the cause of CDR and as a result, proved to be reliable, dedicated and results-oriented members within the task forces.

Global Business Network

The Global Business Network is a dynamic and comprehensive international network of British Chambers of Commerce and business groups located across the world that will drive two-way commerce and business between each location and the UK.

The network acts as an agile and reliable ecosystem for businesses wishing to widen their international horizons. Find out more detail about the BCC Global Business Network and how it can support your international trade goals!

UK-EU Trade Relationship

We help businesses trading with the UK ! We’ve been helping British businesses grow through international trade since 1998. Whether you’re an individual exporter or new to the market, BRCC cam help you grow your business from targeted marketing lists to practical business support, expert guidance, market data reports, practical advice on international matters as well as lobby support.

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Notice of Annual General Meeting of the BRCC and Form of Proxy

Notice of Annual General Meeting of the BRCC and Form of Proxy

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Chamber for 2023 will be held at the time and location stated above, for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, passing resolutions as to the ordinary business of the Chamber relating to directors and accounts.



A copy of the balance sheet to 31 March 2022 and every document required by law to be annexed to it has already been circulated to members. As they are to be laid before the above-mentioned meeting, a further copy is attached through the links below.

Nominations are invited for candidates who wish to stand for election to the four positions as elected directors of the Chamber which will be available to be filled at the Annual General Meeting. Article 48 of the Articles of Association of the Chamber contains details of eligibility of candidates to hold office as elected directors of the Chamber, but Members should note in particular that nominations of candidates for election or re-election as directors must be received by the Chamber not later than Monday 13 February 2023. Such nominations of candidates must include:

“(A)      notices in writing signed by at least five (5) Active Members duly qualified to attend and vote at the meeting for which such notice is given … of their intention to propose such person for election and also notice in writing signed by that person of his willingness to be elected; and

(B)¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†the written consent of the Active Member to which such person is connected as an Eligible Person to such person serving as an Elected Director;‚ÄĚ.

An ‚ÄúActive Member‚ÄĚ is a member of the Chamber other than an honorary member.¬†An ‚ÄúEligible Person‚ÄĚ means an individual who is a shareholder or a partner in, or a director or senior employee of, the relevant Active Member.¬†Questions regarding eligibility of candidates and on the nomination process should be sent to¬†,¬†to whom nominations should also be sent by e-mail or to the addresses below.¬†Details of the candidates for election as directors will be circulated after nominations close, in accordance with Article 48 of the Articles of Association of the Chamber.

Any member of the Chamber entitled to attend and vote at the above-mentioned meeting (either in person or by an individual who is a shareholder in, or a partner, director or employee of or a consultant to that member) may instead appoint a proxy to attend and, on a poll, vote instead of that member. A proxy for a corporation may vote on a show of hands as well as on a poll. A proxy may demand, or join in demanding, a poll. A proxy need not be a member of the Chamber. To be effective, a proxy and any power of attorney or other authority under which it is signed or a notarially certified or office copy thereof must be deposited with not less than the relevant maximum period of notice specified in Section 327(2) of the Companies Act 2006, which is forty-eight hours before the time appointed for holding the meeting or adjourned meeting. The deadline for receipt of signed proxy forms is therefore 19:00 on 26 February 2023 (Bucharest time).

For the convenience of members, a form of proxy is attached through the link below.

In the event that an Annual General Meeting as re-convened or convened by this notice is not quorate within 30 minutes of the time for which it was convened, then pursuant to Article 25 of the Articles of Association that Annual General Meeting shall stand adjourned to 19:35 on 28 February 2023 at the same location.


The Form of Proxy is available HERE.


Notice of Annual General Meeting of the BRCC and Form of Proxy

Macroeconomic updates for 2023 in Romania

BRCC, together with Banca Transilvania, is delighted to invite you to our upcoming conference ‚ÄúMacroeconomic updates for 2023 in Romania‚ÄĚ.

Discover the main macroeconomic forecast from our experts at Banca Transilvania.

After a strong 2022, Romania’s economy is set to slow down with real GDP growth at around 2% in the coming years due higher inflation, tighter financial conditions and the fallout from the aggression against Ukraine. Inflation is expected to peak at the end of 2022, remaining still high in 2023, before declining in 2024. Unemployment will hover around 5-6%.

The purpose of the event is to promote the discussion of macroeconomic updates, with a focus on relevance for monetary policy and financial stability. This event will focus on the challenges that Romania is facing, including paths of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions, other external factors, elevated inflation, and addressing climate change risks.

Our event can provide useful insight to those working in the following areas:

  • Top Management
  • Business executives and middle managers involved in business strategy and investment
  • Senior executives
  • Representatives of corporations
  • Analysts

The event will be most relevant for top management representatives, senior executives, company representatives involved in business planning, management and investment decisions.

The event is free of charge and requires registration in advance.

Agenda and additional information to be released soon.




Andrei Radulescu – Director of Macroeconomic Research, Banca Transilvania and Senior Researcher, Institute For World Economy & Macro-Modelling Centre, Romanian Academy

Andrei completed the Scientific Masters Degree in Economics at Porto University, a PH.D. in International Economics within Academy of Economic Studies and the post-doctoral degree at the Romanian Academy.

Andrei started the career at Banco Portugues de Investimento, and afterwards did macroeconomic research for the Portuguese Social Security Fund.

Starting 2014 Andrei is the Chief Economist of Banca Transilvania (the largest lender in SEE) and a Senior Researcher at Romanian Academy (the highest scientific forum in Romania), being a constant presence at International Conferences.


Dan Schwartz – Managing Partner RSM Romania 

Dan Schwartz is the co-founder and the leading partner of RSM Romania, one of the most reputed professional services companies in Romania. Dan is a certified Tax Adviser, Financial Auditor, and a Romanian CPA, and he specializes in Transfer Pricing and International Taxation. He has an in-depth understanding of the Romanian business environment, having experienced first-hand, as an entrepreneur, the challenges of sustainability, scalability, and stability. He has honed his expertise as a tax adviser and as a business leader through education programs completed at HIID-Harvard University, Washington State University, George Washington University, and the Paris Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers.





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