Welcome to the
Chamber of Commerce
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The Mongolian-British Chamber of Commerce (MBCC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation established in 2009 to foster strong business links between Mongolia and the United Kingdom. Chaired by Mr John Grogan, it aims to provide a professional and social environment for business people who wish to be introduced to, and become part of, the British-Mongolian business culture and community.

New and noteworthy

Help create a Mongolian Studies centre in London

Would your company or foundation like to help establish a Mongolian Studies programme at SOAS? With an endowed Chair and strong links with Mongolian universities, it will be the first such programme in Europe to focus on Mongolian governance, economy, and international relations. To discuss donations, including naming the Chair and individual scholarships, please contact Alison Woolley, Deputy Head of Development, at a.woolley@soas.ac.uk

Recent business experiences and perspectives

Opening a British Home Stores branch in UB, tracking rare camels in the Gobi, and the shape of Mongolia’s economy and politics in 2040… The June 4 Doing Business with Mongolia seminar provided a stimulating range of speakers and topics. Read more…


18 December. Doing Business with Mongolia seminar and Christmas reception.

Hosted by Ernst & Young, London. Speakers scheduled Craig Kinnell, President and CEO Oyu Tolgoi (tbc); Kirsten Livermore, Former Australian MP, and Tom Kendon and Helen Eccles of Cambridge Assessment.

24 January 2015: Fourth Ulan Bator Burns Supper

UB Jazz Club, Ulaanbaatar. Drinks from 19.00 with four-course dinner at 19.30 including Scottish haggis and Mongolian fayre. Organised by Honorary Consul for Mongolia in Scotland and MBCC, and sponsored by KPMG and UFC. Booking and more info here.