The Transatlantic Economy: Where Are We Going?
Despite transatlantic political turbulence, the U.S. and Europe remain each other’s most important markets. Eurozone growth of 2,5% in 2017 exceeded U.S. growth of 2,3% and both economies are set to maintain robust growth in 2018. But what’s ahead? What will Transatlantic Investment, Trade, Services, Jobs and Digital Economy look like in the nearest future? What is the effect of Brexit?
AmCham Estonia invites all interested members and partners to the 2018 Transatlantic Business Conference. This year, we will address the hottest topic of the year – the Current State of Transatlantic Economy and Trade with the Chief Strategist of the Bank of America Joe Quinlan.
The conference will be opened by the Estonian Minister of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Mr. Rene Tammist, who will speak to the importance of global entrepreneurship and taking Estonian innovative ideas and solutions to external markets, across the Atlantic, in particular…
Keynote Speaker – Joe Quinlan, Chief Strategist, Bank of America, New York, USA
Joseph Quinlan is the managing director and chief market strategist at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management. His research is frequently cited in such media venues as Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and the Financial Times.
Joe is also Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations. He is a leading expert on the transatlantic economy and well-known global economist/strategist on Wall Street. He specialises in global capital flows, international trade and multinational strategies. He is the author of the Last Economic Superpower, The Retreat of Globalisation, the End of American Dominance, and What We Can Do About It (New York: McGraw Hill, 2010).
Get your ‘early bird’ tickets already today (€35/person, includes a festive lunch and award ceremony)! To book your ticket, please contact ee.ma1540357341hcma@1540357341mahcm1540357341a1540357341
This conference is brought to you by AmCham Estonia in cooperation with the U.S. Embassy Tallinn and the Baltic American Freedom Foundation (BAFF)