The Scotch Whisky Association has six departments
which fulfil its role of protecting, promoting and representing the
industry at home and overseas.
The Scotch Whisky Association has a chief executive, David Frost, and six directors who are responsible for ensuring the trade body meets and surpasses expectations.
The Association is governed by a Council, a self electing body, of 12 to 16 members. The Council appoints a number of committees to assist it and to advise it on different aspects of its work.
Within the SWA there are five different departments working to promote and protect the interests of the Scotch Whisky industry at home and abroad.