Chairmen  & Subcommittee co-chairmen
 The committee consists of a Chairman in each of the countries and sub-committee co-chairmen in each  of the areas the committee considers as fruitful areas of  co-operation. 
The current sub-committees consist of :
Information Technology and BPO
The Chairmen in each of the countries is shown below.
      UK      Philippines 
PBBC Co-Chairmen  Nigel Rich  Ambassador Jesus Tambunting 
Agribusiness Subcommittee  Martyn Skinner  Jose Maria Zabaleta 
ICT Subcommittee  Alistair Fulton  Oscar Sanez
Retail Subcommittee  Manny Silverman  Howard Beltow 
Peter Beckingham

Peter Beckingham – UK Chairman

Peter Beckingham, UK Chair, Philippines British Business Council Peter was delighted to be appointed Chair of the U.K. side of the Philippines British Business Council in the autumn of 2018, having been a member since he returned to the U.K. in 2016. Since leaving the Diplomatic Service, where he held a number of senior appointments …

Nigel Rich

   Nigel Rich has been Co-Chairman of  the Philippine British Business Council from 2001 to 2018.  He was with the Jardine Matheson Group in Asia for 20 years and Chief Executive from 1988 to 1994.  From 1977-1982, he was Executive Vice President and a Director of Jardine Davies in Manila.  During his term in the …

Eamonn Staunton

Eamonn Staunton

  Eamonn Staunton was appointed as the PBBC’s UK Chairman for the Energy Sector in November 2010. He has been helping UK companies expand international trade and investment and specialised in South East Asia since November 1996. Over this time he has built up vast knowledge and extensive business contacts across the Asia Pacific region …

Alistair Fulton

   From 1971 to 1988 worked for several software development companies developing, managing and selling IT projects. Companies were in the Health, Government, Defence and telecommunications sectors.   Founding Managing Director of the Triad Group Plc in 1988 and CEO responsible for the growth of the business from start-up to a London Stock Market listing in …

Martyn Skinner

From 1971 to 2000 worked for Tate & Lyle Group in a range of transport, trading and market analysis roles prior to joining a small team seeking to identify and develop investment opportunities in the sugar industry in South East Asia.  A visit to Vietnam in 1992 identified one such opportunity and subsequently working as …

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