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BIAC Canada

Business at OECD (BIAC) is the private sector voice to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the world’s top economic decision-making body. Each OECD country has a business association that is a member of BIAC. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is the Canadian member of BIAC, ensuring the voice of Canadian business is heard at international forums and in OECD policy.

Members of BIAC Canada have the opportunity to become nominated to sit on BIAC policy groups, giving them the ability to shape policy recommendations being discussed at the OECD and get leading insights on issues before they are enacted domestically in Canada.

Join a growing network of Canadian business organizations!

Membership Benefits

Policy Formulation – Involvement in consultations with OECD governments and the ability to provide expert advice, helping to shape policy recommendations in the early phases.

An International Voice – A platform to engage with government officials at ministerial meetings and other OECD events. Also a chance to meet likeminded business counterparts from around the world.

Leading Insights – An opportunity to be at the forefront of policy analysis and development on key issues before they are discussed in a domestic context.

A Chance to Lead – Nomination opportunities to Chair and Vice-Chair positions on policy groups to shape BIAC policy priorities.

For more membership details click here.

For a full list of policy groups and pricing click here.

To find out more about Business at OECD visit biac.org and check out information about their policy groups.

 

Meet our Chair

Milos Barutciski is the senior partner in the International Trade and Investment Practice at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. He has represented Canadian and international clients in trade and investment disputes, treaty negotiations, regulatory investigations and other aspects of international business law and dispute resolution.

Milos has advised governments and state enterprises regarding international regulatory matters and has negotiated international agreements on behalf of the Government of Canada. He has represented both Fortune 500 companies and companies listed on the TSX, NYSE, NASDAQ, European and Asian stock exchanges. Focussing in the areas of corruption, sanctions, cartel and other international compliance matters, as well as investigations by the RCMP, Canada Border Services Agency, Global Affairs Canada, the Competition Bureau and joint investigations with the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. SEC, the European Commission and other authorities.

Milos is a member of the executive board of the International Chamber of Commerce (Paris), Past President of the International Law Association (London), Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and Past Chair of the International Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association.