BAB brings together senior business executives at roundtables in small groups of around 15-20 guests to participate in discussions on key leadership issues of importance to British and American business across different sectors. The events operate under Chatham House Rule and provide a valuable opportunity for dialogue amongst international business leaders. This event is made possible by the support of KPMG.
Emanuel Adam, Executive Director London, BritishAmerican Business
Emanuel Adam is Executive Director of BritishAmerican Business in London. He is also Director of Policy & Trade at BritishAmerican Business (BAB) with its presence in the UK and the US, and oversees the policy & trade support for the chapters of the British-American Business Council (BABC), representing 2000 member companies in the US and the UK.
Rohitesh Dhawan, Director, Global Energy & Natural Resources, Eurasia Group
Rohitesh is co-head of Eurasia Group’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa business and lead climate analyst for the firm’s Global Energy & Natural Resources group.
Stephen E. Allis, Principal in Charge of Government Affairs, KPMG
As Principal in Charge of Government Affairs, Stephen Allis leads the department responsible for representing KPMG’s interests in all matters of public policy before the Federal and state governments in the U.S. and for coordinating the public-policy activities of the KPMG international network.
Mark Barnes, Global Lead Partner, Private Equity, KPMG
Mark Barnes is a Senior Partner in KPMG’s Private Equity Practice, he has also held leadership roles for KPMG US and KPMG International with a focus on Emerging Markets Professional and Industry Experience Mark brings a wealth of global market expertise gained over 25 years of helping FORTUNE 1000 enterprises better understand opportunities in rapidly changing growth markets.
Mark Essex, Director, Global Megatrends, KPMG
Mark analyses Brexit, domestic politics and global megatrends and translates the impact for clients.
Paul Harnick, Partner, Head of UK US Business; Global Head of Chemicals and Performance Technologies
Paul Harnick joined KPMG in 2006 and has spent all of his time serving multinational clients. Based in New York, he is the Head of our UK US business corridor and is responsible for serving large US corporates with inbound business interests into the UK.