The Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AACCI) is the peak national association for two-way trade and investment between Australia and the Arab League countries.
The Arab League comprises over 400 million people over 22 country states, including Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
AACCI's mission is to assist Australian companies exporting to or expanding into Middle East and North African (MENA) markets and Arab companies looking to invest in Australia. We specialise in providing members with commercial intelligence, business matching and networking opportunities.
AACCI’s national membership and export partners exceeds 1,000 companies across a broad range of industry sectors.
AACCI has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane and Canberra. Each of these offices manages an extensive member network and program of events to facilitate business networking at senior levels, and vigorously promotes trade through inbound and outbound trade missions.
Ms Suzannah Moss-Wright
Suzannah is an experienced commodity trading, asset finance and maritime lawyer who networks with a wide range of businesses to discuss how to establish and grow a trading relationship with the Arab World. Her international trade experience spans the globe, having practiced law and lectured on energy risk management in the US, UK, Europe, Singapore and the Arab world. She has been awarded a BSC, LLM (Hons) and MEc., and is admitted to practice as a solicitor in the Supreme Courts of England & Wales, NSW and WA.
Suzannah trained at an international law firm in London. She then joined an English private bank as legal director, to lead their prestigious Super yacht finance group. When this bank was acquired by Qatar National Bank, Suzannah learnt the art of integrating culture values into corporate institutions whilst retaining a strong business focus. She has also advised on private wealth matters for many Royal families and high net wealth individuals around the world. Suzannah had 6 year career break to care for her young family from 2007 - 2013. In 2014, she returned to paid employment as the CEO of the Arab Chamber of Commerce & Industry.