2019

Transatlantic Business Awards Dinner

Date September 17, 2019
Time 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Location

 

Dress Code

The Plaza Hotel
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Attendance Fees
 
$100,000 – Founders Table

$50,000 – Benefactor Table

$25,000 – Co-Chair Table

$15,000 – Patron Table

$2,500 – Individual Ticket

 

For more information or to purchase a Founder, Benefactor, Co-Chair or Patron Table, please contact Jess Ingram at 914.261.1539.

*Please note: all tickets and tables are non-refundable.*

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2019 Transatlantic Business Awards Dinner

Honoring:

 Brian Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America

US Transatlantic Business Award 

Nicola Mendelsohn CBE, Vice President, EMEA, Facebook

Leadership and Resilience Award

Douglas L. Peterson, President & Chief Executive Officer, S&P Global

Inclusion & Sustainable Business Award

BritishAmerican Business’ Transatlantic Business Awards Dinner is the premier gala event of the transatlantic business calendar and regularly attracts an audience of more than 500 senior business and government executives from both sides of the Atlantic.

Each year, BritishAmerican Business uses the occasion to present prestigious Transatlantic Business Awards to the leaders of two major multinational companies for their leadership in transatlantic business, and Special Awards to other distinguished business leaders for their achievements in particular fields.

In addition to celebrating our honorees and the partnership between the United Kingdom and the United States, the Transatlantic Business Awards Dinner provides vital funding for BritishAmerican Business’s important work to promote a positive transatlantic business environment and help its over 500 member companies build their international business.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The British American Business Foundation, Inc., which makes contributions and renders financial assistance to other organizations formed and operated exclusively for literary or educational purposes.