AmCham had a pleasure to host Joseph Quinlan, Managing Director and Head of Market & Thematic Strategy for Global Wealth & Investment Management (GWIM), a division of Bank of America Corporation and Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University who presented Transatlantic Report 2017 with the reference to Brexit.
In his speech, Mr. Quinlan presented the results of this year's survey of transatlantic economic relations "The Transatlantic Economy Report 2017: An Annual Research on Jobs, Trade and Investments between the United States and Europe".
This research was conducted by the John Hopkins University from Washington, Center for Transatlantic Relations and points out the strong links between Europe and the United States.
This year's survey shows that despite the turbulent political times and the many global challenges, both economies are moving forward. Part of the publication is dedicated to Brexit and its influence on both economies as well as their mutual relationship.
The transatlantic economy generates more than 5 trillion euros in commercial sales per year and created more than 15 million jobs on both sides of the Atlantic. The Croatian share in this dynamic relationship is still modest, but with a positive trend and we will pay close attention to it in the coming years.
11:30-12:00 Registration and Welcome Cocktail
12:00-12:10 Welcome Address
12:10-12:30 Keynote Speech
The Transatlantic Economy 2017
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