Since its creation, the Franco-British Chamber has, in various forms (partnership or delegations on its behalf), been represented in France and mainly in the regions where there is a significant business flow with the United Kingdom. The mission of these representations is to assist British businesses in developing activity in the Region where they have settled and to help them integrate into the local economic framework. Our network relies on its local and bi-cultural members.

Bretagne-Iles Anglo-NormandesX

Brian Murphy
+33 (0)6 19 84 47 39
The last representation to have been created in February 2017 under the impetus of Brian Murphy, who developed a solid economic partnership with the CCI Ille-et-Vilaine (St-Malo/Rennes). The delegation officiates through the World Trade Center in Rennes. Brittany is a flourishing and interdependent economic region with some British economic sectors such as fishing, tourism, agri-food, land and ocean transport…

Hauts de FranceX

Louisa Keil
+33(0) 3 62 14 50 06
In recent months, we have been developing a partnership with the Channel Hub in Lille, which brings together regional companies that export or wish to export to the United Kingdom, as well as British companies based in the Hauts-de-France. This Channel Hub is led by Sylvie Herlem, who is in charge of international development at the French Chamber of Commerce of the Hauts-de-France Region.


Patricia Osborne
Since 2014, the Franco-British Chamber has been present in Monaco thanks to a member, Moore Stephens Services SAM, represented by Patricia Osborne. Patricia is an auditor and chartered accountant specializing in international business development.

Nouvelle AquitaineX

Roger Haigh
+33(0)6 10 35 18 91
A beloved region of the British due to its long history with the United Kingdom. Délégation Nouvelle Aquitaine broke away in January 2019 and became the Franco-British Network. Its mission is to assist Anglophones to settle and integrate in the region. This entity is chaired by Roger Haigh.




The Franco-British Chamber has developed very strong links with the Franco-British International Business Association. This association is essentially a business network that promotes mutual assistance between its members.

Région Île-de-FranceX

Paris, the Chamber's historic city, is still home to the Franco-British Chamber as well as a dynamic network of French and British companies. The region of Ile de France is currently the most attractive region for investments in France and Europe.