Oman British Society

  Business Council

The Late Queen and His Late Majesty

The Omani British Society was formed in 1991 to demonstrate the longstanding close relationship between the Sultanate of Oman and United Kingdom and to promote bilateral trade, partnerships and investment between the two countries. Between 2003 and his accession to the throne, the patron was HM Sultan Haitham bin Tarik Al Said.

The Society has two co-chairs, one from each country, and two secretaries, also one from each country. Formal membership, in Oman, is limited by the constitution to Omani businesspersons. On the British side, a more informal arrangement exists so that members are drawn from the ranks of any British Company involved in Oman, or who are keen to explore opportunities in the Sultanate. We also work closely with the Omani British Business Council, based in London, whose Chair is also our British Chair, Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles.

The objects for which the Society has been established are primarily to foster the commercial and industrial relations between the business communities of Britain and Oman and to develop and improve the relationship between the two countries in the field of education, culture, tourism, and sports.

In furtherance of its objects the Society may, where appropriate, arrange, organise and conduct meetings, seminars, lectures, debates, exhibitions, musical and cultural shows to promote amity, goodwill and between understanding between the two countries.

OBS’s particular strength is the senior level of its members and their ability to inform key decision-makers on issues of common interest which can help facilitate trade and investment between Oman and Britain.[/fusion_text][/one_full]

HH Sayyid Haitham bit Tarik Al Said

Foreword from

HH Sayyid Haitham bin Tarik Al Said

It is with great pleasure that I accept the role of Patron of the Oman-British Society, an association that has exerted tremendous effort during the past two decades to promote and encourage trade between the private sectors of our two countries.
We greatly value the depth of the commercial contacts between Britain and Oman, and look up to the Omani members of the Association to maintain this link and make them a showpiece of the very special relationship that exists between us.
I wish the Omani British Society every success in its endeavours.

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