Annual Corporate Citizenship Awards Dinner 2018

6 June 2018

This year the Awards Dinner will be honouring the following individuals for their exceptional commitment to corporate citizenship.

We will show appreciation for the work they have done in advancing the cause of equality in the workplace, their commitment to corporate social responsibility through charitable philanthropy and their willingness to promote transparency and best practice in corporate governance.

Jim Barber
Chief Operating Officer
UPS

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Jayne-Anne Gadhia CBE
Chief Executive
Virgin Money

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These business leaders are embracing the spirit of corporate citizenship, promoting trust, inclusive business models and managing global impacts – putting these values into action to drive prosperity and economic development in communities globally and locally.

A highlight of London’s transatlantic business calendar, this black-tie awards dinner brings together more than 200 influential business leaders from both sides of the Atlantic as well as other dignitaries including senior representation from UK and US Governments.

Previously known as the American Chamber of Commerce William E Channing Award, it was created to honour international statesmen but was renamed the BritishAmerican Business Corporate Citizenship Award in 2004 to pay tribute to corporate leaders who foster good corporate citizenship.

 

Previous Honourees

2004 – Lord Browne, CEO, BP
2005 – Arun Sarin, CEO, Vodafone
2006 – Todd Stitzer, CEO, Cadburys Schweppes
2007 – Ben Verwaayen, CEO, BT
2008 – James Murdoch, CEO and Director, British Sky Broadcasting
2009 – Terry Hill, Chairman Arup Group, 2004-2009
2010 – David Brennan, CEO, AstraZeneca plc
2011 – Peter Voser, CEO, Royal Dutch Shell PLC
2012 – Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP
2013 – Sir Michael Rake, Chairman, BT Group Plc
2014 – Peter Hancock, CEO, AIG Property Casualty and Peter Sands, Group CEO, Standard Chartered PLC
2015 – Steve Holliday, CEO National Grid plc and Dan Glaser, CEO Marsh & Mclennan Companies
2016 – Peter Grauer, Chairman of Bloomberg, Steve McGill CBE, Group President of Aon and Xavier Rolet KBE, CEO of the London Stock Exchange Group
2017 – Douglas Flint, Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc, Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr., Chairman, New York Times Company and Kate Robertson, Founder, One Young World


For more information, please contact Alice Mount, Director of Events and Marketing: amount@babinc.org | 020 7290 9873

or

Anna Doherty, Events and Marketing Manager: adoherty@babinc.org | 020 7290 9875

Event Details

Date

6 June 2018

Time

7.00pm – 10.00pm

Location

Merchant Taylors’ Hall
Dress Code Black Tie
Attendance For BritishAmerican Business Members only

Platinum Ticket: £1,500 + VAT

  • Premium seating
  • Attendance at the pre-dinner reception
  • Recognition in the dinner programme – name, title and company

Gold Ticket: £1,000 + VAT

  • Choice seating
  • Attendance at the pre-dinner reception
  • Recognition in the dinner programme – name, title and company

Silver Ticket: £500 + VAT

  • Standard seating
  • Attendance at the pre-dinner reception
  • Recognition in the dinner programme – name, title and company

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