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Managing Director

Rupert Hammond-Chambers

Rupert Hammond-Chambers

Rupert is an expert on Taiwanese political and economic issues and additionally brings a special focus on defense and security within BGA.

Rupert concurrently leads the U.S.-Taiwan Business Council, where he was elected vice president in 1998 and president in 2000. Prior to 1994, he served as an associate for development at the Center for Security Policy, a defense and foreign policy think tank in Washington, D.C.

Rupert is a member of the board of The Project 2049 Institute. He is also a trustee of Fettes College and is a member of the National Committee on United States-China Relations.

Rupert was born and raised in Scotland. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Denison University.

  • Prior Professional Experience
    • Managing Director, BowerGroupAsia (Jan 2013-Present)
    • President, U.S. – Taiwan Business Council (2001)
    • Vice President, U.S. – Taiwan Business Council (1998)
    • Director of Corporate Affairs, US-Taiwan Business Council (1994)
  • Areas of Expertise
    Geographic
    • Asia
    • Taiwan
    Industries
    • Aerospace & Aviation
    • Defense
    • Electronics
    • Government Affairs
    • ICT
    • Private Equity
    • Technology
    • Telecommunications
    • Think Tank
    Functional Expertise
    • Government Affairs
    • Policy
    • Strategy
    • Trade
  • Education
    • Denison University (1991)— Bachelor of Arts in History & Theology
  • Professional Affiliations
    • Board Member, The Project 2049 Institute
    • Member, National Committee on U.S.- China Relations
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Insights & News From Rupert Hammond-Chambers

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Taiwan’s Coming Digital Regulatory Regime

The BGA Taiwan team, led by Managing Director Rupert Hammond-Chambers, wrote a recent client update on some forthcoming developments in Taiwan’s digital domain. The update addressed some of the upcoming issues for businesses …

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