The Canada-India Business Council (French: Conseil de Commerce Canada-Inde) or C-IBC, is a "private sector, member driven, not-for-profit national business association dedicated to the sustained growth of trade, investment, and services between corporate Canada and corporate India".[1] The organization was founded in 1982 by the Bank of Nova Scotia, Bombardier and the late Thomas J. Bata.

The C-IBC is governed by a Board of Directors, which is composed of senior business executives, as well as a President and Chairman, who oversee the organization and its operations.

The C-IBC is headquartered in Toronto with offices and staff in Montreal, Vancouver and New Delhi.

Council Leadership

  • Rana Sarkar, President and Chief Executive Officer of the C-IBC
  • The Honourable Roy MacLaren, Chairman of the C-IBC Board of Directors
  • Gary Comerford, Vice-Chairman of the C-IBC Board of Directors, Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer – RGA International Corporation
  • Peter Sutherland, Vice-Chairman of the C-IBC Board of Directors, Senior Business Advisor: Asia – Aird & Berlis LLP

External links


  1. Canada-India Business Council – Conseil de Commerce Canada-Inde - Sikh Foundation of Canada – Centennial Gala. Retrieved on 2012-11-21.
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