The current CACCI office bearers are composed of top businessman from various countries in the Asia-Pacific region who share, the full support of the constituencies of their respective chambers, the common strong interest and commitment to CACCI’s actions in the region, and the keen interest of actively participate in CACCI’s programs.
Led by Jemal Inaishvili from Georgia, with the support of seven Vice Presidents and members of the Executive Committee, the incumbent CACCI officers are totally committed and determined to uphold and achieve CACCI’s mission of “promoting the vital role of businesses in Asia-Pacific, increasing Asia-Pacific business activities, providing opportunities for busnesses and nurturing business cooperation.”
Jemal Inaishvili (Georgia)
Jemal Inaishvili (Georgia)
President of the Confederation of Asia Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI).
He is member of the B20 International Business Advisory Council (IBAC) and member of the ICC World Chamber Federation General Council, as well as member of the Council of the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Prior to this, Mr. Inaishvili served as the president of the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry as well as the vice president of CACCI. He dedicates most of his time to promoting Chamber movement and facilitating trade and investments in the region. Mr. Inaishvili has had extensive business experience over the years in shipping, logistics and International trade.
He is the former CEO of Poti Sea Port and former president of Black and Azov Sea Ports Association (BASPA) and at present is honorary president of this organization.For some time, Mr. Inaishvili had been actively involved in politics. He was elected member of the Georgian Parliament from his native Batumi constituency in 2005 and in the same year was elected by parliament as deputy chairman. Mr. Inaishvili is awarded with Medal of Honor of Georgia, one of the highest civilian awards of the country.
Samir Modi (India)
Samir Modi (India)
* Executive Director of K. K. Modi Group
* Executive Director of Godfrey Phillips India Limited
* Director of Indofil Industries Limited
* President of Twenty Four Seven Convenience Stores
* Managing Director of Colorbar Cosmetics Pvt. Ltd.
* Executive Vice Chairman of Modicare Private Limited
Samir Modi is a graduate from the Hindu College, Delhi University and an alumnus of the famed Harvard Business School, U.S.A.
His expertise lies in conceptualizing, strategizing and setting up new businesses. His philosophy on management, innovative and lateral thinking helps him in strategic planning, and developing brands from scratch and turning them into successful profit making ventures. He has been responsible for many firsts for the group.
The group’s philosophy of Better People, Better Planet and Better Profits has led it to become one of India’s top conglomerates. Today the group has one of the widest distribution networks in India. It’s philosophy, culture and way of working has led it to be over a billion US dollars and is growing at a steady pace of 30% year on year. The group firmly believes that the customer is the best judge of its products and It is crucial to understand the customer’s stated & unstated needs, and accordingly develop the latest technologies that are applicable across industries and cultures.
During his college days after school he worked at International Tobacco Company. Here, he was able change the culture between management and workers. His philosophy of treating each man as an equal put him in good stead, which later helped him to negotiate better terms with the unions of the factory. He was able to bridge the gap and create harmony. He was also instrumental in starting a literacy program for the workers.
After finishing college in India he started his new career working for Philip Morris U.S.A first as a trainee working in the Tobacco fields of North Carolina and then it’s plants in Richmond, Virginia. He then joined the international division of Philip Morris and was responsible for creating the Marlboro Index. Moving from here he became the brand manager of Marlboro cigarettes. He was part of the team that revolutionized the way Marlboro was marketed and how to make it relevant in today’s context by launching the first and biggest marketing program called ‘The Adventure Team’.
Armed with knowledge and experience he came to India in 1994 with a global perspective and a multicultural approach to work that gave rise to his new philosophy of management, and his innovative and lateral thinking style of working.
His first task was to revive the Group’s consumer goods business, which used to have collaboration with S.C Johnson from the U.S. Thus he had the upheaval task of re-evaluating the portfolio of products, their properties and the geography and market they operated in. In a short span of time he was able to turn around the group company, Modern Home Care Products Pvt. Ltd. and also gaining substantial share of cleaning products market in India. He later sold the brands to Henkel of Germany after wiping all the losses and making a profit.
He is involved in strategic thinking and brand conceptualizing for Godfrey Phillips Limited, the groups flagship company. His ideas have led to the creation of innovative ideas and strategy for the group. He adds tremendous excitement and creating a place where ideas get nurtured and implemented. He is key member of the top management think tank and is constantly involved in generating ideas and solutions.
He had a dream of creating enormous wealth and financial freedom to the common man in India. With this idea he started the first Indian Network Marketing Company, Modicare in 1996 marketing consumer products. His experience with Modern Home Care helped him develop a world-class product portfolio that stood head to head with International network marketing companies and Mnc’s in India.
The company today has 1.5 lacs consultants and growing, providing products, knowledge and employment. He has changed the fortunes of thousands of people in India and has made them realize their dreams.
He felt the need to create a world-class cosmetic company that would compete with the top brands of the world and also cater to the needs of the contemporary Indian women. With this idea Colorbar Cosmetics was born in 2004. The products he has created are developed in the best facilities and R&D centers in the world. This along with his innovative idea of creating brand stores similar to the ones for prestige cosmetics was created. His company offers the same quality, performance and experience at par with International brands like M.A.C, Bobbi Brown etc. but at a better price. With its innovative products and wide color palette, Colorbar has emerged as a favorite with the women of urban India. This has helped him in garnering a substantial share of the market in India. He is now set in taking the brand internationally.
He also is the brain behind India’s first of its kind convenience store – Twenty Four Seven Retail Stores that are open 24 hours, 7 days a week throughout the year, launched in 2005. These stores offer Indian consumer a complete international shopping experience with a wide range of products from ready-to-eat food, beverages, groceries provisions, over the counter medicines to various convenient services from Bill Payment, International & Domestic Courier, and a lot more round the clock. This has changed the way the new generation of India in New Delhi lives. Thousands of customers visit the stores daily to experience the American style hot dogs, the Indian thali or the chicken biryani or that thirst for a soft drink that you wanted to quench at 2 a.m. This international experience and round the clock offerings is becoming very popular youth of today. He plans to open over 1000 stores in the next 5 years.
Samir’s strength lies in his extensive Leadership and management experience coupled with excellent analytical and interpersonal skills. His new philosophy of management, innovative and lateral thinking, helps him in conceptualizing new ground breaking ideas which when combined with his excellent public speaking skills, make him a dynamic leader.
HIV / AIDS is a cause very close to Samir’s heart, for he believes that HIV / AIDS is something that will affect India in the near future. In 1996, he established the Modicare Foundation to prevent the spread of AIDS, enhance awareness and erase myths and misconceptions surrounding the disease. In 1998 he published and compiled a book called ‘The Positive Way’ that would raise awareness about HIV/AIDS is a interesting and empathetic way that would touch anyone who reads it. It also made the bestseller list consecutively for 2 years. The foundation won the President’s Award for their exceptional work in gender related issues in India. They have also been the case studies for many organizations worldwide. Today the Foundation does extensive work in the field of HIV/AIDS Awareness and Prevention as well as Gender related issues. It also is working with children to educate them on life skills. Recently they have started working with street children and is trying to educate them and keeping them off the streets.
Former President of International Tobacco Company
Former Managing Director of Modern Home care products private limited
Member of Executive Committee of Federaton of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
Prominent Member of Retailers’ Association of India
Former Chairman of CSR Committee of PHD
Life member of AIMA of All India Management Association
Peter McMullin (Australia)
Peter McMullin (Australia)
Special Counsel at Cornwall Stodart Lawyers
Melbourne Area, Australia│ Law Practice
Director － Australasian Dispute Resolution Centre Pty. Ltd.
Treasurer and Council Member － Australian Institute of International Affairs Victoria
Board member － International Chamber of Commerce (Australia)
Senior International Business Adviser － Minister for Foreign Affairs,.Timor Leste
Board member －National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, Australia
Chair － Australian Chamber Alliance
Special Counsel － Cornwall Stodart Lawyers
Committee Member － Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority Audit Committee
Director － McMullin Group
President － Victorian Employers Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI)
Board member － Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
President － Geelong Art Gallery
Trust member － Geelong Performing Arts Centre Trust
Deputy President － Museums Board of Victoria
Consultant － HWL Ebsworth
Chairman － Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Councilor and Mayor － City of Greater Geelong
Chair － Regional Cities Victoria
Board member － Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority
Council member － Victoria University
Board Member － Victorian Casino and Gaming Authority
Commissioner － Local Government Best Value Commission
Principal Solicitor － P.G. McMullin and Co.
Chair － Mayor and Councilor’s Allowance Panel
Deputy Chair － Centenary of Federation Victoria Committee
Councilor and Deputy Lord Mayor － City of Melbourne
Solicitor to the Public Advocate － Office of the Public Advocate
University of Melbourne
Melbourne Grammar School
Peter has wide experience in business, law, local government, philanthropy and the arts. He was a Councilor and Deputy Lord Mayor at the City of Melbourne: a Councilor and Mayor at the City of Greater Geelong; Chairman of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival; Deputy President of the Museums Board of Victoria; a Board member of Philanthropy Australia; a Board member of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority; a Board member of the Melbourne Community Foundation (now Australian Communities Foundation) and a Board member of the Education Foundation (now Foundation for Young Australians.)
Peter is the Immediate Past President of the Geelong Art Gallery and has mentored the development of a Chamber of Commerce in Timor-Leste over the past five years.
He is the Immediate Past President of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI) and currently chairs ACCI’s Trade and International Affairs Committee. He is a Board member of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Australia. He is Treasurer and Council Member of the Australian Institute of International Affairs Victoria. He is a founding Director of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Centre Pty Ltd (www.adrcentre.com.au), specialising in dispute resolution in the Asia-Pacific region.
He was a member of the Commonwealth Refugee Review Tribunal and a member of the Victorian Residential Tenancies and Small Claims Tribunals(now VCAT)
Australasian Dispute Resolution Centre Pty Ltd
March 2014 – Present (5 months) Canberra, Australia
International mediation and cross border dispute resolution in the Asia Pacific region. More details at www.adrcentre.com.au
Treasurer and Council Member
Australian Institute of International Affairs Victoria
November 2013 – Present (9 months) East Melbourne
Member of the Executive Committee and supervised the financial affairs of the organization.
International Chamber of Commerce (Australia)
April 2013 – Present (1 year 4 months) Canberra, Australia
Represented the Paris-based international Chamber of Commerce on its Australian Board.
Senior International Business Adviser
Minister for Foreign Affairs,Timor Leste
March 2013 – Present Melbourne
Mentored the establishment of Timor-Leste’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and promoted public and private investment into Timor-Leste.
National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, Australia
April 2011 – Present (3 years 4 months) Canberra, Australia
Supported one of Australia’s leading cultural institutions in its fund-raising, sponsorship and business development areas, as well as promoted the importance of portraiture in telling the stories of Australians from all backgrounds.
Australian Chamber Alliance
February 2011 – Present (3 years 6 months) Canberra, Australia
Chaired an alliance of all the state and territory based chambers of commerce and industry.
Cornwall Stodart Lawyers
September 2008 – Present (5 years 11 months) Level 10, 114 William Street, Melbourne
Assisted the firm and it’s clients in connecting with the right people in Melbourne and across Australia to achieve their goals. Connected them with my extensive networks in the fields of business, politics, philanthropy and the arts.
Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority Audit Committee
August 2006 – Present (8 years) Melbourne, Australia
The Audit Committee reports to the Board of the VCAA on matters within it’s Charter.
March 1985 – Present (29 years 5 months) Melbourne, Australia
Participated on the Board of a diversified property group (see www.Mcmullin.com.au)
Victorian Employers Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI)
November 2010 – November 2013 (3 years 1 month) East Melbourne
Led Victoria’s largest business group in advocating at all levels of government for business-friendly policy development, and to ensure a strong Victorian economy.
Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
February 2010 – November 2013 (3 years 10 months) Canberra, Australia
ACCI is the peak Australian business group, and I Chair its Trade and International Affairs Committee.
Geelong Art Gallery
September 2005 – October 2013 (8 years 2 months) Geelong
Led one of Australia’s leading regional galleries in Victoria’s second city.
Geelong Performing Arts Centre Trust
March 2004 – December 2012 (8 years 10 months) Geelong
Chaired the Geelong Cultural Precinct Committee, and supported funding for GPAC’s redevelopment.
Museums Board of Victoria
September 2000 – June 2010 (9 years 10 months) Melbourne, Australia
Chaired the Immigration Museum Committee,and served on the Governance and Remuneration Committee, as well as representing the Museum in Shanghai at the opening of Carrillo Gantner’s Australian Indigenous Art Collection at Shanghai Library.
September 2002 – September 2008 (6 years 1 month)
Melbourne International Comedy Festival
February 2000 – September 2008 (8 years 8 months) Melbourne, Australia
Led one of the world’s most successful cultural festivals for nearly a decade, and supported new Australian comedy performers through Raw Comedy and the Roadshow and similar events.
Councillor and Mayor
City of Greater Geelong
2004 – 2008 (4 years)
Led the Council of Victoria’s second city at a time of considerable transition. The move of the TAC headquarters to Geelong took place,as did the acquisition of a significant part of Geelong’s cultural heritage,Eugene Von Guerard’s View of Geelong.
Regional Cities Victoria
October 2005 – December 2006 (1 year 3 months) Victoria, Australia
RCV comprised the Mayors of Victoria’s major regional cities.
Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority
February 2001 – April 2006 (5 years 3 months) Melbourne, Australia
Served on this State Government body responsible for the VCE, VCAL and curriculum matters.
February 2000 – December 2005 (5 years 11 months) Flinders Street,Melbourne
Supported many initiatives,including the acquisition of the old Titles Office buildings for conversion into the University’s Law School, and the development of the University’s strong relationship with Timor-Leste.
Victorian Casino and Gaming Authority
March 2000 – June 2005 (5 years 4 months) Melbourne, Australia
Conducted licence application hearings as well as carrying out the Crown Casino Benchmarking Study and other Board responsibilities.
Local Government Best Value Commission
March 2000 – April 2004 (4 years 2 months) Melbourne, Australia
The LGBVC oversaw the implementation of best value principles in local government throughout Victoria.
P.G. McMullin and Co.
February 1978 – September 2002 (24 years 8 months)
Founder and principal solicitor with P.G. McMullin & Co., which had offices in Fitzroy and East Melbourne, and practiced extensively in property, family law, criminal law, immigration law, and wills and estates.
Mayor and Councillor’s Allowance Panel
February 2000 – June 2002 (2 years 5 months) Melbourne, Australia
The Panel conducted hearings around Victoria and considered submissions regarding the level of allowances, and made recommendations to the Minister.
Centenary of Federation Victoria Committee
November 1999 – June 2002 (2 years 8 months) Melbourne, Australia
The Committee organized the celebrations for the Centenary of Federation throughout Victoria.
Councillor and Deputy Lord Mayor
City of Melbourne
1996 – 1999 (3 years) Melbourne, Australia
Chaired the Federation Square Committee as part of the City/State partnership that created Melbourne’s Federation Square,as well as the Council’s Finance Committee and it’s Planning Committee. I also learnt a lot about Cities and Urban Design, and was inspired by the leadership provided by Rob Adams in those areas.
Solicitor to the Public Advocate
Office of the Public Advocate
September 1990 – September 1993 (3 years 1 month) Melbourne, Australia
Advised the Public Advocate on all matters pertaining to disability issues, including representing the Public Advocate at VCAT and the Supreme and County Courts.
Magvan Oyunchimeg (Mongolia)
Magvan Oyunchimeg (Mongolia)
President of the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI)
Address: Mahatma Gandhi Street, Khaan Uul district, 15th khoroo, Ulaanbaatar- 17011, Mongolia
Fax: (976)-11- 324620
Cell Phone: (976)- 99112152
Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO (2015-present)
CACCI Executive Committee Member (2014- 2016)
CACCI Vice President (2016-2018)
Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vice Chairperson (2006-2015)
Honorary Consul of Spain to Mongolia (2003-present)
MNCCI’s Foreign Relations and Cooperation Department Head (1985-2006)
MNCCI’s Senior Expert of Deputy Chief of Department
MNCCI’s Expert of Deputy Chief of Department
Order of Red Banner of Labor (State’s highest award)
Order of Polar Star (State’s highest award)
Cruz de Oficial de la Orden de Isabel Catolica By King of Spain Juan Carlos II
Medal of “Hiimori” from MNCCI
“Best Lady Entrepreneur” from MNCCI
“Best Officer of Trade and Industry” from Ministry of Trade and Industry of Mongolia
Institute of Foreign Languages in Moscow, Russia (Interpreter and Foreign Relations with Spanish and Russian)
English for Special Purposes Institute of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (Advanced English course)
Mongolian Institute of Economics, Ulaanbaatar Mongolia
She is fluent in Mongolian, English, Russian and Spanish.
Takanobu Ito (Japan)
Takanobu Ito (Japan)
* Special Advisor to The Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry
* Vice Chairman of The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry
* Vice Chairman of The Japan Section of the ASEAN-Japan Business Council
* Director and Advisor of Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Director and Advisor, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (2015)
President, Chief Executive Officer and Representative (2011)
Director, Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Chief Operating Officer, Automobile Operations, Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
President, Chief Executive Officer and Representative (2009)
Director, Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
President and Director, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. (2009)
Senior Managing Director, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (2007)
Chief Operating Officer, Automobile Operations, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (2007)
Managing Officer, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (2005)
General Manager, Suzuka Factory, (2005)
Production Operations, Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
General Supervisor, Motor Sports, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (2004)
Managing Director, Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (2003)
Responsible for Motor Sports
President and Director, Honda R&D Co., Ltd.
Senior Managing Director, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. (2001)
Managing Director, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. (2000)
Director, Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Executive Vice President, Honda R&D Americas, Inc. (1998)
Pradeep Kumar Shrestha (Nepal)
Pradeep Kumar Shrestha (Nepal)
Managing Director of the Panchakanya Group (Industrial & Trading House)
Mailing Address (Off.): Krishna Galli, Lalitpur, G.P.O. Box: 2743, Kathmandu, Nepal
Factory: Bhairahawa, Jhapa, Amelekhaganj & Kathmandu
Telephone: 5526551, 5526357 (Off.) 5545075 (Res.)
Fax: 977-01-5526529, 5536815
Member of the CACCI Executive Committee
Honorary Consul of the Republic of South Africa
Vice President of SAARC Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Member of the Academic Assembly-Nepal Academy of Science & Technology
Member of the Observer Research Foundation (Nepal- India)
Director of Butwal Power Limited
Chairman of Kabeli Energy Limited
President Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry
President Rotary Club of Kasthamandap
President Nepal Golf Association
Board Member Nepal Rastra Bank
Chairman Nepal China Non Government Cooperation Forum
Chairman FNCCI-CII Joint Economic Council (Nepal-India)
Chairman Industrial Relations Forum (IRF)
Chairman Small & Medium Enterprise Development Project (SMEDP)
Co-Chairman Agro Enterprises Center (AEC)
Past President Nepal Rolling Mills Association
Past Board Member Different government, non government and international organizations
Hon. Member Nepal Jaycees
Medals & awards
Gorkha Dakshin Bahu, Birendra Aishwarya Sewa Padak, Nepal Samman 2059, Man of the Year 2003 by The American Biographical Institute.
Amb. Feng Chi-Tai (Taiwan)
Amb. Feng Chi-Tai (Taiwan)
Senior Advisor for International Affairs of CTBC BANK CO., LTD.
Kogai Elementary School, Tokyo, Japan (1960)
Jianguo Junior High School, Taipei, Taiwan (1964)
Instituto Americano Senior High School, La Paz, Bolivia, South America (1968)
B.A., Mathematics, Mayville State University, USA (1971)
M.A., International Relations, Univ. of North Dakota, USA (1973)
M.A., Public Administration, Harvard University, USA (1987)
Specialist, Department of North American Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) (1974-76)
Secretary, ROC Embassy, Washington DC (1976-79)
Secretary, Coordination Council for North American Affairs (CCNAA), Washington DC (1979-82)
Section Chief, CCNAA, Taipei (1983-89)
Vice President, Saatchi & Saatchi Co., Ltd (Great Britain), Taipei (1989)
Director, Overseas Division, Broadcasting Corporation of China (1989-91)
News Director, Broadcasting Corporation of China (1991-93)
Editor-in-Chief, Central News Agency (1993-94)
Director, International Division, Central Daily News (1994-97)
Deputy Director, Dept. of Youth Affairs, KMT Central Committee (adjunct 1996-97)
Director General, Dept. of Protocol, MOFA (1997-03)
Ambassador to The Dominican Republic (2003-06)
Director of International Affairs, Ma-Hsiao Presidential Campaign (2007-08)
Chairman of Presidential Inaugural Committee (2008)
Representative of ROC (Taiwan) to Japan (2008-2012)
Rifat Hisarciklioglu (Turkey)
Rifat Hisarciklioglu (Turkey)
* President of The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB)
* Deputy President of EUROCHAMBRES
* Vice President of the Islamic Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (ICCIA)
* Board Member of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Mr. Hisarcıklıoğlu is President of The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB), which is the largest non-profit business organization in Turkey, covering 365 Member Chambers and Commodity Exchanges. TOBB represents the country’s 1.5 million companies and acts as the most effective professional organization with a network of members reaching into all scale of businesses from different sectors, great to small in all regions in Turkey.
Married and father of three, Hisarcıklıoğlu was born on November 22nd 1955 in Ankara. He is originally from Kayseri. After graduating from high school, Ankara TED College, he achieved his B.A. degree in Economics and Management from Gazi University in Ankara.
After achieving his undergraduate degree, Hisarcıklıoğlu started his professional life in the private sector. He is the Chairman of Eskihisar Group of Companies that operate in the fields of construction, construction materials, export and import, agriculture, investments, land development, food industry and automotive sector.
After holding the vice presidency of TOBB for a year, Hisarcıklıoğlu was elected as the President of the Union on June 26th 2001 and was re-elected in May 2002 until 2005. He was elected for the fourth time in August 2013.
He pioneered the establishment of the largest Women Entrepreneurship Council and the Youth Entrepreneurship Council in Turkey.
Since August 2001, Hisarcıklıoğlu has been the President of the Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK), which aims to contribute to the efforts for improving Turkey’s foreign economic relations through its worldwide 115 Business Councils.
He is also the President of the World Turkish Business Council (DTIK), which aims to bring together the Turkish businessmen living abroad under an umbrella.
As one of the best practices of academy-industry cooperation in Turkey, TOBB established the TOBB University of Economics and Technology (TOBB-ETU) in 2003, of which
Hisarcıklıoğlu is still the Chairman of Board of Trustees.
Hisarcıklıoğlu pioneered the establishment of the TOBB ETU Hospital in 2010, one of the accredited medical institutions with JCI Quality Certificate.
He is currently the President of TEPAV – The Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey, a think-tank, which is engaged in research on economics, governance studies, strategic and foreign policy studies.
He is a High Advisory Board Member in the UNICEF National Committee of Turkey.
He also participates in the boards of many regional and international platforms such as:
Deputy President of EUROCHAMBRES which covers 46 countries and over 20 million companies; and Vice President of the Islamic Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (ICCIA) which appeals to 57 Islamic countries, since 2009.
Board member of the Association of Balkan Chambers (ABC), ECO Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ECO-CCI), and Confederation of Asia- Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI).
Chairman of ICC-Turkey (International Chamber of Commerce), since September 2001 and he became the ICC G-20 Advisory Group Member in June 2011. Besides, he is the Member of the General Council of World Chambers Federation (WCF) since January 2011. In July 2012 he was elected as a Board Member of ICC which covers 134 countries and 8.000 companies.
In 2013, he became the International Chairman of the Jerusalem Arbitration Center which aims to resolve commercial disputes between Israeli and Palestinian businessmen.
Member of the Executive Board of the Association of the Black Sea Zone
Chambers of Commerce and Industry and member of the Executive Committee of D-8 Federation of Chambers of Commerce and co-president of Turkish- African Chamber (TAC).
Chair of the “Partners for a New Beginning” (PNB) Turkey Local Chapter, which was established to contribute in the development of TurkeyUS economic relations through public private partnerships.
Chairman of The Ankara Forum, a permanent dialogue mechanism for a trilateral economic cooperation among Palestine, Israel and Turkey, initiated by TOBB.
Chairman of The Istanbul Forum, another unique platform to instigate and build up economic cooperation between Pakistan, Afghanistan and Turkey.
Gold Medal of Merit by the Republic of Austria
‘Commendatore’ from the Republic of Italy
‘Medal of Inspiration’ from Mongolia
Mediterranean Leadership Award by the John Hopkins University, USA
Kazakhstan Medal for Development of Friendship and Cooperation
Honorary Doctorate by the Kyrgyzstan- Turkey Manas University, Kyrgyzstan
Honorary Doctorate by the Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey
Honorary Doctorate by Izmir University of Economics, Turkey
Medal of Honor from the Assembly of French Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Honorary Membership Award from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania.
Medal of Honor by Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Medal of Honor by Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Gratitude Award by the Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry
“Businessman of the Year” Award from the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
International Road Transport Union (IRU) Honorary Award
Certificate of Honorary Membership by the Turkish – American Businessmen Association
Steve Hsieh (Taiwan)
Steve Hsieh (Taiwan)
* Chairman, CACCI Budget Commission (2014)
* Chairman, Taiwan Lottery Co., Ltd (2009)
* Vice Chairman, CTBC Financial Holding Co., Ltd. (2012)
* Senior Fellow, Division of Technology and Economy, National Policy Foundation (2009)
M.S. & Ph.D. Nutritional Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA (1974)
B.S. Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC (1967)
Vice Chairman, CTBC Bank Co., Ltd. (2011-2012)
Secretary-General, Taiwan (ROC) National Government Cabinet (2008-2009)
Director, Division of Technology and Economy, National Policy Foundation (2003-2008)
Vice Chairman, National Science Council (1996-2001)
Director General, Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park Administration (1989-1996)
Deputy Director General, Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park Administration (1986-1989)
Bernard Lau (Hong Kong)
Bernard Lau (Hong Kong)
Associate Inenlber of Australia Society of Accountant
Associate Inenlber of The Hong Kong Society of Accountant
Honorary Fellows of The Professional Validation Council of Hong Kong Industries (since 2006)
Positions held in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government
* Member of the Waste Reduction Committee of (Govt. Gazetted Body), Environmental Protection Department, Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
* Chairman of the Task Force for Recycling Trade of (Govt. Gazetted Body), Environmental Protection Department, Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
* Member of the Public Affair Forum of Government Secretariat, Home Affair Bureau of The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
* Member of the Customer Liaison Group for Small and Medium Enterprises of Trade and Industry Department, Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
* Vice Chairperson of the Manufacturing Technology (Tooling, Metals & Plastics) Industry Training Advisory Committee (From Aug 2013)
Positions held in Foreign Government
* Honorary Consul of The Republic of Slovenia in Hong Kong
* Honorary Consul of The Republic of Slovenia in Macau
Positions held in The People’s Republic of China Government
* Member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference – Sichuan Province, China
* Consultant to the Committee for Liaison with Overseas Chinese and Foreign Affairs of Sichuan Province
* Advisor to the National Metal Association of the All China National Special Association of Trade & Industries in China
Positions held in Trade Organizations
* Chairman of the Hong Kong Federation of Innovative Technologies Honorary and Manufacturing Industries Ltd. (FITMI)
* Honorary President of the Hong Kong Metal Merchants Association
* Chairman of the Professional Validation Council of Hong Kong Industries (33 Association members representing 26 industries in HK)
* Honorary Chairman of the Kowloon Chamber of Committee (1600 members including 41 Association members)
* Honorary Chairman of the Hong Kong (SME) Economic and Trade Promotional Association
* Director of the Hong Kong Auto Parts Industry Association
* Director of the Asia Pacific Academy for Productivity Innovation
* Vice President of the Hong Kong Brands Protection Alliance
* Director of the IT Director Committee of the HK Productivity Council
* Honorary Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Patent Attorneys
* Member of the China Trade Advisory Committee of Hong Kong Trade Development Council
* Ex-officio Committee Member of The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce Committee
* Executive Director of the Hong Kong Association For The Promotion Of Peaceful Reunification Of China
* Member of the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation
* Honorary President of the Hong Kong Lan Clansmen Association Ltd.
* Honorary President of The Mongkok Kai-Fong Association
* Honorary President of the Yaumati Kai Fang Welfare Association
* Vice Chairman of The Scout Association of Hong Kong Shain Shui Po West District
* Committee Member of The Hong Kong Mould and Die Technology Association Limited
* Consultant to the New Territories General Chamnber of Commerce
Obaidur Rahman (Bangladesh)
Obaidur Rahman (Bangladesh)
* Managing Director of Dorasco Limited
* Proprietor of Rahmania Aluminium Factory
* CEO of Mark-One Tradelink
Address: 345 Segun Bagicha (2nd Floor), Dhaka-1000.
Fax: 88-02-8316864, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Rahman’s enterprises cover a wide area of businesses from manufacturing, importing and exporting goods to international trading.
These are some of the positions held and currently hold by Mr. Rahman:
Director – The Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
President – Bangladesh Aluminium Manufacturers’ Association.
Vice-President – Australia-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Director – Bangladesh Chamber of Industries.
Life Member – SAARC Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Convenor – Import, Indenting and Internal Trade Standing Committee, The Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Former Vice-President – France-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Fellow Member – Asian Productivity Organisation (APO)
Country visited: U.S.A , Canada, U.K, Australia, Japan, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, U.A.E, Saudi Arabia, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia and SAARC countries.
Conrad Lee (Hong Kong)
Conrad Lee (Hong Kong)
Managing Director of Wah Shing Sports Trading Co., Ltd.
Address: Block A, 15th Floor, Kerry TC Warehouse, No. 3, Kin Chuen Street, Kwai Chung, New Territories, Hong Kong
Factory address: No. 20 Sanzao Jinhu Road, Qing Hu Industrial Park, Jin Wan, Zhuhai, China.
Telephone: +(852) 2480-0363
Fax: +(852) 2429-0801
In early 1980, Wah Shing Sports Trading Co., Ltd, was first established to primarily engage in the import and wholesale of sports goods. With only three staff employed at the inception of the company, the focus was to service local sporting goods retailers and department stores, providing products such as rackets and balls, fitness equipment, swimming gear, and camping supplies.
As the domestic business developed, Nikko Sports International Co., Ltd. was established in 1987 with the purpose of broadening the range of business, and subsequently in 1991, the first manufacturing facility in Huizhou, Guangdong was established. As higher production capacity was required, it lead to the purchase of a 50,000-square feet land in Qing Hu Industrial Park in Zhuhai, China, and the construction of the 30,000 square meter production plant and facilities in 2003.
Nikko Sports International (China) Co., Ltd. was established in 1993, specializing in the Chinese domestic wholesale and retail market. “NIKKO” Camping and Leisure products are sold in 200 stores in the major cities across China. To service these stores and local distribution partners, regional offices have been founded in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Chongqing, Shenyang, Changchun, Jinan, Fuzhou and Tianjin.
Conrad First joined the Kowloon Chamber of Commerce in 1982 and was appointed as a Department Director five years later, holding a number of positions such as the Director of the Department of Commerce, Director of the Department of Accounts, and Chairman of the Welfare Committee. Elected as Vice Chairman of the organization in 2008, and was further elected as Chairman of the Kowloon Chamber of Commerce in 2012, and re-elected to the position in October 2014.
Conrad Lee also became a member of Scout Association of Hong Kong in 1992 and was appointed as the Vice-Chairman of the Kowloon Region. Appointed as Chairman of the Sham Shui Po West in 1995, and became the District President of Sham Shui Po West from 2002 to present.
He joined Rotary International in July 1998 as part of District 3450 Rotary Club Mid-levels. Served as President of Rotary Club of Mid-levels from 2007 to 2008.
He was appointed as a Committee Member of Xin Hui Chinese Consultative Conference Committee of Xinhui District, Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province in 2009.
Conrad was awarded the Eighteenth Annual Model of Taiwan Overseas Entrepreneur & Assistant Award in December 2009.
“I hope to continue my service to the community through organizations such as The Kowloon Chamber of Commerce, Scout Association of Hong Kong, and Rotary International. Devoting not only my resources, but contributing my personal time and experience to help others, especially to the development of our youth, as they are the cornerstones of our future.”
Bachelor Degree in Western Languages and Literature from National Chengchi University
Current Director General of the Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI)
Current Secretary and Treasurer of the Asian Bankers Association (ABA)
Current Senior Vice President of Corporate Relations at the Office of the Chairman in CTBC Bank
Section Chief of the Secretariat Department and Assistant Vice President of International Affairs in CTBC Bank (formerly known as Chinatrust Commercial Bank)
Director of International Affairs and Deputy Secretary-General at the Chinese National Association of Industry and Commerce (CNAIC)
Amador R. Honrado, Jr.
Amador R. Honrado, Jr.
Economics (Academic Units), University of the Philippines
Masters in Business Administration (Academic Units), Ateneo de Manila Graduate School
Mathematics, University of San Carlos, Cebu City
Seminar on Transfer of Technology, INSEAD, Kuala Lumpur
Seminar on Management Consulting, Andersen Consulting, St. Charles, Chicago
Deputy Director-General, Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI), Taipei (1996 – Present)
Deputy Secretary, Asian Bankers Association (ABA), Taipei (1996 – present)
Senior Officer, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretariat, Jakarta (1994 – 1996)
Management Specialist, Center for Research and Communications (CRC) (currently University of Asia and the Pacific), Manila (1990 – 1991)
Manager, SGV & Co., Manila (1981 – 1989)
Economic Specialist, Private Development Corporation of the Philippines (PDCP), Manila (1979 – 1981)