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UPCOMING EVENTS

September 19, 2016

 

Topic of the evening: The New World of Crowdfunding. Raising Money through Internet-Based Funding Portals on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Speaker: Kendall Americo, Chief Executive Officer, BankRoll Ventures

The event is held at the offices of Grant Thornton LLP, 757 Third Avenue, 9th Floor ( between 47th & 48th Streets)

 

First Networking Reception: 6:00 p.m., Presentation: 6:30 p.m. (promptly) followed by Q&A and a 2nd Networking Reception

 

Please RSVP at info@abfe.biz by 9/16/16. There is a $30 charge for non-members. Friends of members can attend for $20, student fee with student ID is $15.

If you pay online through the link below, please make sure you mention the name and company name of the person attending!

 

 

 
   
  PRIOR EVENTS
   
  May 26, 2016: Cameron Fr. Kerry, Senior Counsel, Sidley Austin LLP; Former General Counsel and Acting Secretary, United States Department of Commerce. The U.S.-EU Privacy Shield: How Will it Affect Trans-Atlantic Data Transfers?
   
  March 22, 2016: Joseph P. Quinlan, Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. The Transatlantic Economy 2016. With or without T-TIP: The U.S. and Europe remain each other's most important markets. New insights from the latest annual study "The Transatlantic Economy 2016" by the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University
   
  February 16, 2016: Matthew Chung, Managing Director, CIO of Technology & Infomration Risk, Head of Cybersecurity, Morgan Stanley; Merritt Baer, Cyber Security, DHS, Washington, D.C.; and Clifford Richardson, Chief Operating Officer, Atomicorps, Inc. Cyber Security in the United States, Europe and Asia: What has been done so far to protect companies and public institutions
   
  February 3, 2016: Ambassador Joao Vale de Almeida, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations. The Crucial Challenges for Europe: Immigration, Terrorism, Global Competitiveness
   
  January 12, 2016: Welcome 2016 Reception. The Story of Jacob Fugger. "Not even John D. Rockefeller had that kind of wealth". Insights from the new book: The Richest Man Who Ever Lived. The Life and Times of Jacob Fugger by Greg Steinmetz.
   
  December 2, 2015: Gillian Tett, U.S. Managing Editor, The Financial Times. The Perils of Specialization. Differences between Major European and U.S. Corporations. Insights from the new book: The Silo Effect. The Peril of Expertise and the Promise of Breaking Down Barriers
   
  October 6, 2015: Prof. Mark Blyth, Eastman Professor of Political Economy, The Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, Co-Author of the new book "The Future of the Euro"; Prof. Matthias M. Matthijs, Assistant Professor of International Political Ecxonomy, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, Co-Author of the new book "The Future of the Euro"; Lisa Shalett, Managing Director and Head of Investment and Portfolio Solutions, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. The Future of the Euro. What Investors, Consumers and the Business World Need to Know Now
   
  September 17, 2015: Jean Rosanvallon, President and CEO, Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation. The Future of Business Aviation. New Trends and Developments in the U.S., Europe and Asia
   
  June 9, 2015: The Rt Hon David Miliband, President and CEO, International Rescue Commmittee. Decade of Disorder: Can Anything Be Done?
   
  May 11, 2015: His Excellency Kairat Umarov, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the US, The Honorable Raushan Yesbulatova, Consul General of Kazakhstan, New York City, and Marcia Favale-Tartar, Member of the Board of Directors, Development Bank of Kazakhstan. Getting to Know Kazakhstan, the Region and its Business & Investment Opportunities
   
  March 24, 2015: Joseph P. Quinlan, Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. The Transatlantic Economy 2015. Continuing Record Numbers and the Opportunity for a Once-In-A-Life-Time Trade Deal. New insights from the latest annual study "The Transatlantic Economy 2015" by the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University
   
  February 12, 2015: Ambassador David O'Sullivan, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United States, Washington, D.C. Transatlantic Relations in 2015: Are the Differences Greater than the Common Core?
   
  January 20, 2015: Dr. Mario R. Garcia, CEO & Founder, Garcia Media, Senior Adviser on News Design/Adjunct Professor, Columbia University, School of Journalism. The Future of Global News Delivery - Design and Concepts for the Digital Age
   
  January 15, 2015: Christina Sevilla, Ph.D., Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, Small Business, Market Access and Industrial Competitiveness, Executive Office of the President. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP): Opportunities for Small and Medium Business
   
  December 4, 2014: Christopher A.H. Vollmer, Global Managing Director, Strategy&'s Digital Services, Partner and Leader, Global Media and Entertainment, Strategy& (Formerly Booz Company, now part of the PwC network of firms). Reimagining TV in an On-Demand World: New User Trends and Business Models in the Digital Video Industry in the U.S. and Europe
   
  October 21, 2014: Peter Brezinschek, Chief Economist of Raiffeisen Research, Global Head of RBI Group Research, Raiffeisen Bank International AG. Long-Term Challenges for Russia, Central and Eastern Europe. What Does It All Mean for U.S. Businesses?
   
  September 29, 2014: Dr. Berend Diekmann, Head of Division, External Economic Policy, USA, Canada, Mexico, G8/G20, OECD, Federal Ministry of Economic and Technology, Federal Republic of Germany. The Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement: Does It Still Have Support in Europe?
   
  September 22, 2014: Jürgen Siebenrock, Vice President - The Americas, Lufthansa German Airlines. The Changing Business Environment in the Airline Industry in Europe and the U.S.: What Can the Traveler Expect?
   
  September 10, 2014: Jonathan Spector, President and Chief Ececutive Officer, The Conference Board. Opportunities and Challenges across the Global Economy: U.S., Europe and China
   
  July 21, 2014: Rebecca H. Patterson, Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer, Bessemer Trust. The Longer Term Valulation of the Dollar, Euro, Yen & Renminbi: How Should it Influence our Investment and Private Wealth Outlook?
   
  June 30, 2014: Lisa Schroeter, Global Director, Trade and Investment Policy, The Dow Chemical Company. Manufacturing Competitiveness: How trade, energy security and regulatory cooperation boost advanced manufacturing in the U.S. and EU
   
  June 9, 2014: Salvatore A. Collemi, CPA, Director - Technique & Innovaton Team, WeiserMazars LLP. The Latest on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). What it Means to Private and Publicly-Traded Companies that do Business Both in the U.S. and in Europe
   
  May 13, 2014: Christopher Graves, Global CEO, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide. Can You Really Sell a Country or a Continent? Boosting Trade & Investment for the European Union through the Art and Science of "Nation Branding"
   
  April 17, 2014: Prof. Uwe Reinhardt, Ph.D., Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, James Madison Professor for Political Economy, Professor of Economics and Public Affairs. The U.S. Health Care Reform. Who Pays for It? What Does It Mean for the Economy?
   
  April 1, 2014: Joseph P. Quinlan, Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. 8th Annual Executive Briefing "The Transatlantic Economy". The Transatlantic Economy: Why It Matters More Than Ever. $5 trillion in total commercial sales a year. Europe attracted 56% of U.S. global foreign direct investment since 2000. New insights from the latest annual study "The Transatlantic Economy 2014" by the Center for Transatlatntic Relations, Johns Hopkins University.
   
  February 3, 2014: Ambassador Miriam Sapiro, Deputy United States Trade Representative, Executive Office of the President. A Trade Policy for Jobs and Growth. How a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) and a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Will Achieve This.
   
  December 2, 2013: Sven C. Oehme, President & CEO, The European-American Business Organization, Inc. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Dream and Reality: Checking the Facts
   
  November 25, 2013: Marshall Porter, Vice President International, GILT. The Fast-Moving World of E-Commerce. New Developments, Global Trends and the Challenges of Cross-Border Regulatory Issues
   
  September 23, 2013: The Hon. Štefan Füle, European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy. Ready to Join? Perspectives on Further Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy
   
  September 17, 2013: Robert G. Romasco, President, AARP. The Impact of Aging on Economic Development in the U.S. and Europe
   
  June 10, 2013: Jérôme de Bontin, General Manager, New York Red Bulls. Some Call it Soccer - Some Call it Football. Challenges and Opportunities of Competing in the U.S. Sports Market with a piece of European Tradition.
   
  May 13, 2013: Dr. Andreas Hoefert, Chief Global Economist, UBS, Wealth Management Research (WMR). Where Do We Stand in the Euro-Crisis?
   
  April 2, 2013: Joseph P. Quinlan, Economist and Chief Global Market Strategist, Investment Strategies Group, Bank of America. It's not just Trade - Transatlantic Investment: Still Driving the Transatlantic Economy. New insights in the latest annual study "The Transatlantic Economy 2013" by the Center for Transatlantc Relations, Johns Hopkins University
   
  March 5, 2013: Ambassador Francois Barras, Consul General, Consulate General of Switzerland, New York City. A Close Look at Switzerland: In the Heart of Europe but Outside the EU. A Place Where U.S. Companies Like to Do Business
   
  February 7, 2013: Prof. Marvin Zonis, Professor Emeritus of Business Administration, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. The U.S. Economy: Once More the Global Engine? Europe, Asia and the Middle East to Benefit.
   
  January 16, 2013: Richard R. Valcourt, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence. International Commercial Spy Operations and their Impact on U.S.-EU Business
   
  December 11, 2012: Christopher J. Galuppo, J.D., CPA, Partner, Northeast International Tax, Grant Thornton LLP. U.S. Tax Considerations in International Business - An Update with Emphasis on U.S. - EU Issues.
   
  December 6, 2012: Gillian Tett, Assistant Editor & Columnist of The Financial Times.The U.S. and Europe in Challenging Economic Times of Ballooned Deficits and Meager Growth: Will 2013 Bring a Solution?
   
  September 18, 2012: Scott Horton, Columbia Law School, Contributing Editor, Harper's Magazine, Board Member: Eurasia Group, National Institute of Military Justice and International Law Association. The Latest on "Authoritarian Democracies" and other News from Eastern Europe and Russia. What U.S. investors should know!
   
  July 23, 2012: Art Steinmetz, Chief Investment Officer and Executive Vice President, OppenheimerFunds, Inc. The Future of Asset Management. A National and International Perspective.
   
  July 13, 2012: The Hon. Dr. Andreas Schwab, Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats), EPP-Coordinator, Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection. The U.S.-EU High-Level Working Group on Jobs and Growth. Moving towards a Free Trade and Investment Treaty. The Role of the European Parliament.
   
  June 13, 2012: Joseph P. Quinlan, Economist and Chief Global Market Strategist, Investment Strategies Group, Bank of America. The Case for Investing in Europe - Why U.S. Firms Should Stay the Course
   
  May 23, 2012: Salvatore A. Collemi, CPA, Quality Control Senior Manager, Rothstein Kass. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in the United States: It's Just a Matter of Time!
   
  May 14, 2012: Douglas Peterson, President, Standard & Poor's Rating Services. The Role of the Rating Agencies: Why they are so important for International Business
   
  April 2, 2012: Ambassador Thomas Mayr-Harting, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations. Strengthening Europe's Role. Perspectives on the EU-UN Partnership
   
  March 26, 2012: Rob de Vos, Consul General, Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, New York City. The Intriguing Story of an Effective Partnership. What is the Secret? Why did the U.S. invest nine times more in Holland than in China (2000-2010)?
   
  March 12, 2012: Joint event with Forum Tiberius, International Forum for Culture and Business, Dresden, Germany. The 5th International Piano Competition Anton G. Rubinstein. Remarks by Dr. Juergen B. Muelder, Chairman, Forum TIberius, Partner, Board Consultants International.
   
  February 22, 2012: Ludwig Willisch, President and CEO, BMW North America, LLC. U.S. Automobile Sales are Gaining Speed. BMW's Success Story in the United States Creating New Plants, Jobs and Innovative Technology.
   
  December 5, 2011: Sven C. Oehme, President & CEO, The European-American Business Organization, Inc., and Member of the Executive Board of Directors, Trans Atlantic Business Dialogue (TABD). Postcards from the U.S.-EU Summit and the Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC). Marching in Step? Where is the U.S.-EU relationship heading?
   
  November 8, 2011: Jan-Patrick Schmitz, President & CEO, Montblanc North America, LLC. Why Luxury Goods Are Exceeding Marketing Expectations in the U.S. and Europe
   
  October 18, 2011: Peter Hirsch, Executive Vice President, Director Reputation Risk, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and Baruch College, City University of New York. How New Communication Channels Change Public Relations.
   
  September 21, 2011: Connie Hedegaard, European Union Commissioner for Climate Action. Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Promoting International Carbon Trading: The Stakes for Business.
   
  September 15, 2011: Members-only get-together and discussion. A conversation with Ms. Paulina Dejmek, Brussels, the principal advisor to the EU Commissioner for Internal Market and Services, Michel Barnier.
   
  May 19, 2011: Beatrice De Bacco, Representative of the Association of Chambers of Commerce of Veneto Office in the U.S. The Venetian Variety. From Tourism to Nanotechnology. Trade and Investment Opportunities in Veneto, a Vibrant Italian Region with Venice, Padua, Verona, Vicenza and Treviso as the Main Commercial Hubs.
   
  May 16, 2011: Bart Godon, Partner, K&L Gates LLP, Washington, D.C. Former U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 6th Congressional District and Chairman of the House Committee on Science and Technology. How to Connect Two Worlds. The Bridge-Building Dynamics of Science and Technology for U.S. - EU Business.
   
  April 26, 2011: Joseph P. Quinlan, Economist and Chief Global Market Strategist, Investment Strategies Group, Bank of America. Against All Odds and Contrary to the Rumor Mill: The Transatlantic Economy Keeps Steaming Ahead in 2011.
   
  April 4, 2011: Georges Ugeux, Chairman & CEO, Galileo Global Advisors, Former Group Executive Vice President, International, New York Stock Exchange, and Jens G. Korte, Wall Street Correspondent for the News Channels N-TV and Deutsche Welle (Germany) and SF DRS (Switzerland). Wall Street Goes Europe - Europe Goes Wall Street? The Challenges of TV reporting to Europeans from the NYSE floor and the latest on the NYSE Euronext / Deutsche Boerse Merger Talks.
   
  March 1, 2011: Gillian Tett, U.S. Managing Editor of the Financial Times. The U.S. vs. EU: Stimulus vs. Austerity: Who Has the Winning Concept.
   
  February 15, 2011: Anthony Dowd, Special Assistant to Paul A. Volcker. The President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board under the Chairmanship of Paul A. Volcker. An Overview of the Financial Regulatory Reforms.
   
  December 9, 2010: The Hon. Maros Sefcovic, Vice-President of the European Commission for Inter-Institutional Relations and Administrations. Exit Strategies from the Economic Crisis. A European Viewpoint.
   
  November 22, 2010: Matthias Paul Kuhlmey, Partner & Managing Director, HighTower LLC. Are Global Currency Wars Upon Us? The Next Big Theme: Purchasing Power Protection - Opportunity and Risk when Investing?
   
  October 5, 2010: Salvatore A. Collemi, CPA, Senior Manager, Quality Control Department, Rothstein Kass. Get Ready: International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Soon to Change the Accounting World. What It Will Do to Transatlantic Business.
   
  September 13, 2010: The Hon. Marijan Gubic, Consul General of the Republic of Croatia, New York. Croatia: A Place in the Sun. The Next EU Member State as an Investment Location for U.S. Companies. Click here to read the presentation
   
  June 30, 2010: H.E Aglaia Balta, Consul General of Greece in New York. How Greece is Managing the Crisis. The Latest Developments.
   
  June 1, 2010: Greg Zorthian, President of the Americas and Global Circulation Director, The Financial Times. The Future of Business Media: Challenges and Opportunities. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  April 19, 2010: Prof. Volker R. Berghahn, Seth Low Professor of History at Columbia University, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Modern Economics and the Nemesis of History. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  March 1, 2010: Joseph P. Quinlan, Economist and Chief Global Market Strategist, Investment Strategies Group, Bank of America. The Latest on Jobs, Trade and Investments in 2010. Brand new insights form a study just released by the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University. Click here to read the full presentation | VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  February 16, 2010: Craig A. Drill, President & Founder, Craig Drill Capital, and Steven H. Reynolds, Chief Investment Officer, Craig Drill Capital. The Financial and Economic Outlook 2010. U.S.A., Europe & Asia. Click here to read the full presentation | VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  January 26, 2010: Terry Edmonds, Former Director of Speechwriting for President Bill Clinton. When U.S. Presidents or CEO's Are Going Abroad. The Art of Adjusting U.S. Public Policy and Corporate Matters for Global Audiences. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  December 8, 2009: Members only event. Peter Schwaiger, Deputy Head of the Delegation of the European Commission to the United Nations in New York, and Sven C. Oehme, ABFE President. The European Union in 2010: Big Chances and High Expectations on Both Sides of the Atlantic.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  November 30, 2009: Mark Fulton, Global Head of Climate Investment Research, Deutsche Bank AG. The Green Economy. Where are the Business Opportunities in the U.S. and Europe? VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  November 16, 2009: Sam Natapoff, Senior Adviser of NY State for International Commerce, Deputy Commissioner for International Development, NYS Department of Economic Development, and Senior Vice President, International Economic Development, Empire State Development Corporation. The U.S. Stimulus Package and What it Means for American States and International Companies. Great Opportunities for Joint European-American Corporate Efforts to Become Eligible under the Program. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  October 27, 2009: Doris Albisser, CEO and Delegate of the Board of Directors, CLS Communication, AG. "Lost in Translation?" How to Communicate Effectively in a Multilingual Global Environment.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  September 24, 2009: The Hon. Tonio Borg, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta. "Old Routes - New Opportunities." Malta's Past Important International Role for more than 2000 Years in the EU/Mediterranean/African Arena and How the Modern Malta Benefits Business.
   
 

June 3, 2009: Donald M. Blinken, Former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Hungary. "Vera and the Ambassador". The Glamour and Challenges of the Ambassadorial Couple Blinken to Hungary (1994-1998) - A Personal View on Hungary and its People. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT

   
  May 15, 2009: The Hon. Jonathan Evans, Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Conservative Party Member from Wales, UK, Chairman, EU Delegation for Relations with U.S. Congress, Co-Chair, Transatlantic Legislators' Dialogue. Fortifying the Border: Looming Protectionism in the EU and the U.S. The Importance of the Dialogue between the European Parliament and the U.S. Congress and the Role of the Transatlantic Economic Council (TEC). VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  April 27, 2009: Klaus-Peter Statz - President & CEO, Deutsche Telekom, Inc.. [Deutsche Telekom is the Parent Company of T-Mobile] The Global Wireless Revolution - 4 Billion Users In 25 Years and the Industry’s Continuing Importance for Economic Growth and Job Creation VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  March 24, 2009: James E. Glassman, Ph.D. - Senior Economist and Managing Director J. P. Morgan Chase & Co.. The Future of Banking A National and International Perspective. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  March 9, 2009: Joseph P. Quinlan,Economist and Chief Global Market Strategist, Investment Strategies, Bank of America. A Year of Living Dangerously: The 2009 Survey of Jobs, Trade and Investments. New insights from a study just released by the Center of Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  March 5, 2009: Larry Kellner, Chairman & CEO Continental Airlines In. Leadership through Challenging Times: Addressing Concerns of Customers, Shareholders and Employees.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  February 23, 2009: Michael B. Goodman, Ph.D., Professor, Baruch College, The City University of New York Management Consultant on Corporate Communication, Founder & Director, Corporate Communication International (CCI). Global Corporate Communication in a Time of Crisis. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  January 29, 2009: Pierre Vimont, Ambassador of the French Republic to the United States. The French Presidency of the European Union: Some Lessons for the Future.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  January 15, 2009: Members only event. Ambassador Fernando Valenzeula, Head of the Delegation of the EU to the United Nations, and Sven. C. Oehme, ABFE President. The "To do list" of the EU for 2009. What does it mean for Business? VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  November 17, 2008: John Gapper, Associate Editor & Chief Business Commentator, The Financial Times. The World Economic Crisis- Lessons to be Learned. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  October 20, 2008: Scott Horton, Adjunct Professor, Columbia Law School. The August 2008 War in Georgia. Lessons to be Learned - Implications for Business. VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
 

September 26, 2008: Benita Ferrero-Waldner, EU Commissioner for External Relations, Brussels. International Conflict Resolution and Its Importance for Business. How the EU deals with global crises. Click here for the speech by Commissioner Ferrero-Waldner.

VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT

   
  June 2, 2008: Jon Levy, Chief Analyst for Europe and Eurasia, The Eurasia Group, Global Political Risk Advisory. Russia, China, Energy and Climate Change.The Major Economic and Strategic Challenges for the EU and the U.S.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  May 19, 2008: Sven Oehme, CEO & President, The European-American Business Organization, Inc., Pierre Pettigrew, CFA, Director, FI Structured Products, Citi, and James Meyers, CFA, VP-Private Client Investment Strategy Group - International Markets, Citi. Strong Euro + Weak Dollar = Higher Returns:The Perfect Time to Sell to 320 Million European Customers.
   
  April 7, 2008: H. E. Klaus Scharioth, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the U.S. The German Presidency of the EU and the G8 in 2007. Important Initiatives for the Future Based on Transatlantic Cooperation.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  March 25, 2008: Alexis de Bretteville, CEO of the Americas, Michael Page International, Executive Recruitment. Risks and Opportunities of Managing an International Career, Finding High-Potential Executive Talent on both Sides of the Atlantic.
   
  March 10, 2008: Dr. Martha Matteo, Board Member and Immediate Past President, Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals, Former Director of R&D Planning, Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, and Marc Limacher, President, I.S.I.S., Integrated Strategic Information Systems, Tannay, Switzerland. What's New in Competitive Intelligence: Keeping Track of What the Competition is Doing. Difference Perspectives, U.S. and Europe.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  January 24, 2008: Dr. Daniel S. Hamilton, Professor and Director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations (CTR) at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, John Hopkins University. The Primacy of the Transatlantic Economy: Will it Continue? New Perspectives on the Powerful EU-U.S. Economic Relationship.VIEW PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT
   
  January 14, 2008: Roger M. Kubarych, Chief U.S. Economist, Unicredit Markets & Investment Banking, HVB - Bayerische Hypo & Vereinsbank AG. How the Subprime Loan Crisis Might Impact the Transatlantic Economy in 2008.
   
   
 
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