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LCCI welcomes Julia Onslow-Cole as Chair

The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is delighted to announce the appointment of Julia Onslow-Cole as Chair of the Board.

Julia is an immigration lawyer and Partner at Fragomen, the world’s leading provider of immigration services, where she focusses on Global Government Strategies and Compliance. Julia also sits on the board of the Permits Foundation, a non-profit which works globally to improve work permit regulations; the board of Labor Mobility Partnerships, which develops scalable solutions for workers to access high quality jobs internationally; and the board of Breaking Barriers, helping to welcome refugees into meaningful employment through providing advice, experience and education.

Julia was recognised in the area of immigration law in the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom. She was also named a 2023 “Lawyer of the Year” for London immigration law.

Julia will bring her extensive knowledge of international agreements and law to the role of Chair of the LCCI board, providing invaluable expertise in issues of labour shortages and migration policy. LCCI is delighted to have Julia onboard.Commenting on her appointment Julia said: “I’m honoured to have been appointed as LCCI’s new Chair. This historic organisation has always been at the heart of London’s business community, its important role abundantly clear in the face of recent global and local economic challenges. As we enter a new chapter, I’m thrilled to work alongside the members of the Board to continue to invest in London’s thriving business community, creating greater opportunities and making the city even better for our residents, businesses and visitors.”

Richard Burge, Chief Executive of LCCI, also said: “I am so pleased to see Julia’s succession to Chair of the Board from the Deputy Chair and wholeheartedly look forward to working alongside her in this new role in the coming months and years. Julia will be a vital part of the work of LCCI going forward, putting us in the best possible position to continue to connect, champion and support our members.”