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US Administration – Is Tax Reform the (Next) Big Thing

On July 27th 2017 House Speaker Paul Ryan’s office published a statement saying “… for the first time in many years, the American people have elected a President and Congress that are fully committed to ensuring that ordinary Americans keep more of their hard-earned money and that our tax policies encourage employers to invest, hire,…

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BritishAmerican Business Congratulates International Advisory Board Members

BritishAmerican Business Congratulates International Advisory Board Members, Rex Tillerson and Wilbur Ross ExxonMobil Chief Executive and WL Ross & Co. Owner and Chief Strategy Officer confirmed for top roles in President Donald Trump’s administration.  New York: February 28, 2017 – BritishAmerican Business (BAB), the leading transatlantic business organization, congratulates Rex Tillerson and Wilbur Ross on their nominations…

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Attracting and retaining talent

Attracting and Retaining Talent: Delivering an effective employee value proposition Jeffries Briginshaw CEO, BritishAmerican Business   Businesses around the globe are seeking to win in competitive markets. In a modern economy technological change, diversity and inclusion and social responsibility are often key factors strengthening overall productivity. But above all, talent is consistently the benchmark and…

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BAB CEO addresses International Chamber of Commerce

Speech adapted from BAB CEO Jeffries Briginshaw’s remarks delivered to International Chamber of Commerce on the occasion at the dinner of the ICC UK Governing Body and Policy Chairs I am going to take as my starting place the two key points from the UK ICC Brexit position statement: First: Free trade matters, and second:…

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