British American Tobacco
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Companies & groups
Globe House, Temple Place, 4
London WC2R 2PG
(+0044) 207 845 1600
Mr Nicandro Durante
Mr Ronan Barry
Head of Corporate & Regulatory Affairs Western Europe
British American Tobacco is the world’s second largest quoted tobacco group by global market share, with brands sold in more than 180 markets. We employ more than 60,000 people worldwide and operate 50 cigarette factories in 41 countries. We also have a significant interest in tobacco leaf growing and work with thousands of farmers internationally.
The four building blocks of our strategy are growth, productivity, responsibility and developing a winning organisation. Each is interdependent and essential for delivering profit growth and long term business sustainability.
British American Tobacco engages on issues that are relevant to its business, such as:
a) Tobacco-related issues
c) Movement of excisable product
d) Health issues related to tobacco consumption
e) Youth access prevention
f) Corporate social responsibility
g) Smoking in public places
h) Freedom of choice/ smokers’ rights
i) Better Regulation
j) Intellectual Property
k) Preventing illicit trade and counterfeiting
|First name||Surname||Start Date||End Date|
|Liam Ronan||DE BARRA||21/04/2015||17/04/2016|
British American Tobacco is a member of various associations and networks around the world, including:
AmCham EU, British Chamber of Commerce Belgium, BusinessEurope, European Policy Centre, European Risk Forum, Kangaroo Group, International Chamber of Commerce UK, INTA, CBI, ICC BASCAP, CECCM, ESTA, ESTOC, ECMA.
01/2014 - 12/2014
1,500,000 € - 1,749,000 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Our calculation of the estimated costs attributable to activities covered by the register for the year 2014 is based on the Transparency Register Implementing Guidelines published on 21 January 2015, and is therefore different to the calculation carried out for the year 2013.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.