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Currencies, Credit Ratings, and the Crisis: Facing the Power of the Markets

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03/07/12 | 12:00 PM
| 02:00 PM
Union League Club New York

A European-American Economic Forum



The European-American Chamber of Commerce in the United States, Inc.
is pleased to announce a European-American Economic Forum on 





Currencies, Credit Ratings, and the Crisis:
Facing the Power of the Markets


In the past year, the uncertain financial situations of members of the European Union (EU) have continued to make world news. National debt concerns have developed into questions of investment security, the strength of the Euro, and even possible radical changes to the Eurozone. Despite these concerns, the Economic and Monetary Union of the EU remains a leading economic power, and it is in everyone's best interest to find solutions to its pressing problems.

The European American Economic Forum will address the questions surrounding this developing situation. What are the core issues? What solutions are on the table? What will be the effect on other economies, especially the US? What effects would different outcomes have on the Euro?.


Wednesday, March 7, 2012
12:00 – 2:00 PM


at The Union League Club
38 East 37 Street
New York, NY 10016


 Lunch will be served prior the panel discussion.


Please note our confirmed speakers:

John Chambers
Managing Director, Sovereign Ratings, Standard & Poor's Rating Services

Alberto Cribiore
Vice Chairman, Citibank

Yves-André Istel
Senior Advisor, Global Financial Advisory, Rothschild

Jared Marks
Principal, Taconic Capital Advisors, LP

Dietmar Rieg
General Manager, BayernLB New York Branch


Justin Fox
Editorial Director of Harvard Business Review



Members: $80 (applies for members of any of the European American chambers)

Non-members: $115


To RSVP, please follow the red registration button below! If you have questions, please contact Anne Voss at the German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. at events@gaccny.com or (212) 974-8849.


This is a joint event of the European-American Chamber of Commerce in the United States, Inc., the largest transatlantic business network, representing 16 bilateral European-American business organizations and a collective membership of more than 25,000 companies. For more information, please visit our website www.eacc-us.com.