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Business Luncheon with the Ambassador of the U.S. to Germany, Philip D. Murphy

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03.08.2011 | 12:00
- 14:00
New York


The German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. cordially invites you to a Business Luncheon with

Philip D. Murphy

Ambassador of the United States to Germany


The Transatlantic Business Relationship: Greater than the Sum of its Parts

Please join us for this special occasion on

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011
12:00 – 2:00 PM

at The University Club
New York

Philip D. Murphy was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany on August 7, 2009 and presented his credentials on September 3, 2009. Ambassador Murphy is a native of the Boston, Massachusetts area. He graduated from Harvard University in 1979 with an A.B. in Economics and received an M.B.A. in 1983 from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He and his wife have four children. From 1993-1997, Ambassador Murphy headed Goldman Sachs’ Frankfurt office, where he had oversight responsibility for activities in Germany, Switzerland and Austria, as well as in the then-emerging nations of Central Europe. From 1997-1999, Ambassador Murphy served as the President of Goldman Sachs (Asia). In all, he spent 23 years at Goldman Sachs and held a variety of top-level positions before becoming a Senior Director of the firm in 2003, a position he held until his retirement in 2006. After leaving Goldman Sachs, Ambassador Murphy served from 2006-2009 as the National Finance Chair of the Democratic National Committee. Over the years, Ambassador Murphy has devoted substantial time to civic, community and philanthropic affairs. He has focused his efforts on areas including civil rights, education, progressive and pragmatic public policy, urban development and a variety of issues related to his adopted home state of New Jersey.

Members: $95
Non-members: $120

To RSVP, please fill out the registration form and send it back to events@gaccny.com or fax to (212) 262-4586 by July 29. If you have questions, please call (212) 974-8849.


Supporting partners:


AICGS  |  Leo Baeck Institute  |  USCIB

German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 75 Broad Street, Floor 21 New York, NY 10004
Supported by: Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology on the basis of decision by the German Bundestag