Memorandum of Understanding
Mr Vijay Goel, founder of Indo European Business Forum (IEBF) and Mr Subhash Thakrar, Chairman of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 9 September 2011, to endorse and strengthen the expansion of economic and trade relations and co-operation between the member companies of both the parties.
The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry was established at Mansion House in the City of London on 25 July 1881 (www.londonchamber.co.uk). The principle objective of London Chambers of Commerce and Industry is to influence public opinion, the legislature and to affect reforms that individual companies would not be powerful enough implement successfully. Its primary role consists of the advancement of international trade and the representation of the interests of the London trading community as well as assistance to members in resolving day-to-day trading problems.
Mr. Vijay Goel, the Founder member of IEBF has signed an MOU with Mr.Ajay Agarwal on behalf of ICAI UK Chapter.
ICAI is a founder member of various International professional bodies such as the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants (CAPA), South Asian Federation of Accountants(SAFA) , besides the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) . It has also become a founder member of the international Innovation Network (IIN). It has played a prominent role in the International Bodies through its nominees who have worked and are working on the Governing Council as well as various Committees of those bodies.
ICAI is playing an increasingly proactive role in International Affairs and has drawn up a strategy with the aim to export professional services in a big way to enable Indian Professionals to take lead in International Affairs and come at par with those from developed countries.
Mr. Vijay Goel, Founder member of Indo European Business Forum (IEBF) and Mr. S. K. Lingam, President ASEAN Business Forum (AUBF) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the Cooperation of encouragement and promotion of the trade and investments in countries of ASEAN, Europe/UK and India.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) comprises Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The 10 member ASEAN states are home to more than 500 million people, a total area of 4.5 million square kilometres and a combined gross domestic product of US$737 billion. For more details regarding ASEAN please go to www.aubf.co.uk
Mr. Goel and Mr.Lingam in their meeting said that, the co operations will be in the areas of Exchange of trade and investment related information in order to promote international trade and investment between the concerned countries, exchange of business proposals of joint ventures, collaborations, technology transfers, promote the exchange of the trade missions between India, Europe/UK and ASEAN and setup business contacts.
By giving information regarding an Ocenarium project today ( 300cr project) Mr. Vijay Goel kick started practically the Co-Operation. Mr. Janeevan John Co- Ordinator of the IEBF was also present in the meeting.
Mr. Vijay Goel, Founder Member of Indo European Business Forum (IEBF) and Mr. Vijay Kalantri, President of All India Association of Industries (AIAI), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the Cooperation of encouragement and promotion of the trade and investments between India and the EU.
AIAI established in 1956, is an apex body of trade, commerce & Industry in the western region of India. During the course of its eventful span, it continues to play a vital role in the industrial and economic development of the country.
AIAI further represents the Industry’s views and influences and sensitizes the government machinery on policies and legislation, which affect industry and trade. This is achieved by representing members on the various high-powered government advisory boards and committees. The association seeks the views of its members on issues that affect industry and trade through its various committees and study groups involving members of different industries