Events Past events

Past events

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  • BCC & AMCHAM lunch with British Ambassador

    “Britain in 2017”

  • BCC Lunch with Etienne Schneider, Deputy PM

    The Spaceresources.lu initiative

  • Nation Branding with guest speaker Sasha Baillie

    “Luxembourg’s nation branding strategy”

  • BCC Members' New Year Cocktail

    The Chairman and Officers of the British Chamber of Commerce request your company to join us and celebrate the start of our 25th anniversary year at our Members' New Year Cocktail in the presence of HM Ambassador to Luxembourg, John Marshall. This will take place on Wednesday 25 January 2017 at the British Embassy Residence at 18:30.

  • The British Chamber Christmas Lunch

    The British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg's Annual Christmas Lunch will be held at the Hémicycle, Kirchberg, on Friday 9th December 2016 from 12:00. We are delighted to welcome as our guest speaker the British Ambassador to Luxembourg, John Marshall.

  • Luxembourg Tax Reform with Joelle Elvinger, MP

    "Tailwind not obstruction: towards a tax regime that unchains buying power and competitiveness"

  • Personal Tax lunch with Tax Expert & HMRC

    Tax reform in Luxembourg, changes in non-residence rules in the UK: hear it from the experts including a representative of HMRC.

  • An event not to be missed

    A DYNAMIC CEO EXCHANGE ABOUT LEADERSHIP, featuring: Alberta Brusi, Citi; Amanda Cameron, JP Morgan; Bob Kneip, Kneip Communications; Henri Wagner, Allen & Overy.

  • Tea with UK Minister of State for EU exit

    MEMBERS ONLY EVENT The British Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to attend an afternoon tea with the Rt Hon David Jones MP, Minister of State at the Department for Exiting the European Union. This will take place on Tuesday 18 October 2016 at La Table du Belvedere, Kirchberg from 14:45–16:30.

  • BCC After-Work Legal Event

    "Pre-hire vetting from a data protection and employment law perspective"

  • BCC Lunch with guest speaker Nicolas Mackel

    “Brexit – is Luxembourg out to steal London’s financial crown?”