2017 USCIB International Leadership Award Dinner

USCIB is delighted to honor Ajay Banga, president and chief executive officer of MasterCard. Each year this gala event attracts several hundred industry leaders, government officials and members of the diplomatic community to celebrate open markets and the recipient of USCIB’s highest honor.

Established in 1980, USCIB’s International Leadership Award is presented to a senior business executive who has made significant policy contributions to world trade and investment, and to improving the global competitive framework in which American business operates. Join us for what will be a truly memorable evening!

Join the Fintech revolution at The Economist’s Finance Disrupted

October 13th 2016 | New York

Finance Disrupted BannerToday, companies have access to more customer data than ever before. In the fintech revolution, big data offers the financial services industry the possibility of greater personalisation, which unlocks greater profits and insights. This fall, Finance Disrupted,will gather more than 275 leading fintech experts to answer:

  • What are the innovative methods for using data in today’s financial landscape and the implications for core business processes?
  • Do startups really have the edge on leveraging data when compared to incumbents?
  • Can collaboration between stakeholders offer consumers benefits at a faster, larger scale?
  • How will pending Brexit developments impact global data regulation and change competitive dynamics in European markets?

Click here to learn more and view the agenda.

Save 15% on the current available rate when you register with our special code, USCIB15. Please note that rates will increase after September 23rd 2016. Register here.

What Does Fintech Mean for Startups and Incumbents?

Finance Disrupted BannerIn today’s financial services landscape, innovative collaborations between established firms and start-ups surviving disruption. This fall, join editors of The Economist and more than 275 financial services leaders, innovative thinkers and disruptive entrepreneurs at Finance Disrupted, to ask: to succeed in the fintech revolution, must you collaborate or die?

Click here to learn more and view the agenda.

Some of our notable speakers participating in the event include:

  • Jeremy Allaire, Founder, chairman and chief executive, Circle
  • Mike Cagney, Chief executive, chairman and co-founder, SoFi
  • Thomas Curry,Comptroller of the currency, US Department of Treasury
  • Usama Fayyad,Chief data officer, Barclays
  • Neil Hiltz,Head of financial services, global vertical strategy, Facebook
  • John E. Schlifske,Chairman and chief executive, Northwestern Mutual
  • Alexa von Tobel,Founder and chief executive, LearnVest.com

Save 15% on the current available rate when you register with our special code, USCIB15. Please note that rates will increase after September 23rd 2016.

Register here.

The Role of Collaboration in Meeting the Challenges of the Fintech Revolution

The wave of fintech disruption that is sweeping through the financial services industry is approaching a critical phase. The rise of startups targeting every corner of financial services – from currency transactions to trading and wealth management – has won the attention of the industry’s incumbent giants.  Innovative collaborations between established firms and start-ups have spurred new business models in the wake of fintech disruption.

On October 13th in New York, editors of The Economist and more than 275 financial services experts, entrepreneurs, investors, academics and policymakers to explore the role of collaboration in surviving the fintech revolution. Chaired by The Economist‘s editor-in-chief, Zanny Minton Beddoes, the conference will ask: will success in the fintech revolution mean collaborate or die?

Click here to learn more and view the agenda.

Some of our notable speakers participating in the event include:

  • Jeremy Allaire, Founder, chairman and chief executive, Circle
  • Mike Cagney, Chief executive, chairman and co-founder, SoFi
  • Thomas Curry,Comptroller of the currency, US Department of Treasury
  • Usama Fayyad,Chief data officer, Barclays
  • Neil Hiltz,Head of financial services, global vertical strategy, Facebook
  • John E. Schlifske,Chairman and chief executive, Northwestern Mutual
  • Alexa von Tobel,Founder and chief executive, LearnVest.com

View the full list of speakers.

Save 15% on the current available rate when you register with our special code, USCIB15. Please note that rates will increase after August 19th 2016.  Register here.

2016 International Leadership Award Dinner

The International Leadership Award
The International
Leadership Award

Due to some unanticipated scheduling circumstances, we are postponing the USCIB International Leadership Award Dinner, which had been scheduled for November 9. We will inform you of the new date, which at this point is anticipated to be early Spring, just as soon as it is set, and we hope this change in timing will not affect your participation. Thank you for understanding and for your continued support.

USCIB is delighted to invite you to join us at the 2016 International Leadership Award Dinner in New York honoring Ajay Singh Banga, president and chief executive officer of MasterCard. Each year this gala event attracts several hundred industry leaders, government officials and members of the diplomatic community to celebrate open markets and the recipient of USCIB’s highest honor.

Established in 1980, USCIB’s International Leadership Award is presented to a senior business executive who has made significant policy contributions to world trade and investment, and to improving the global competitive framework in which American business operates. Join us for what will be a truly memorable evening!

For details on sponsorship opportunities, contact Abby Shapiro (ashapiro@uscib.org, 212-703-5064).

Visit this page for links to event photos and other information on our 2015 award gala!

Finance Disrupted – Collaborate or Die?

Finance Disrupted BannerUSCIB is proud to partner with The Economist for the October 13 event “Finance Disrupted: Collaborate or Die?” in New York City. The wave of fintech disruption that is sweeping through the financial services industry is approaching a critical phase. The rise of startups targeting every corner of financial services – from currency transactions to trading and wealth management – has won the attention of the industry’s incumbent giants.

USCIB members save 15% on The Economist’s “Finance Disrupted” conference

Building on 2015’s acclaimed Buttonwood Gathering, “The Valley Meets the Street”, we are pleased to announce that our Finance Disrupted conference will take place this October 13th 2016 at 10 on the Park at the Time Warner Center in New York. Join editors of The Economist, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, academics and policymakers to explore the role of collaboration in surviving the fintech revolution.

Visit The Economist’s website for program and registration information.

2015 USCIB International Leadership Award Dinner


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Honoring
Randall L. Stephenson
Chairman and CEO, AT&T Inc.

SAVE THE DATE!

2015 USCIB International Leadership Award Dinner

November 9, 2015

Waldorf Astoria

301 Park Avenue
New York, NY

Reception: 6:00pm
Dinner: 7:00pm

USCIB’s International Leadership Award recognizes vision, international success and excellence in leadership.

USCIB invites you to our annual dinner as we return to New York this year to honor long-time member AT&T! This event attracts several hundred industry leaders, government officials and members of the diplomatic community to celebrate open markets and the recipient of USCIB’s highest honor.

Randall Stephenson is chairman and chief executive officer of AT&T Inc., a global leader in providing fast, highly secure and mobile connectivity to everything on the Internet – everywhere, at every moment and on every device.

Established in 1980, USCIB’s International Leadership Award is presented to a senior business executive who has made significant policy contributions to world trade and investment, and to improving the global competitive framework in which American business operates. Join us for what will be a truly memorable evening!

We look forward to seeing you on November 9th!

Sponsorship Opportunities

For details on sponsorship opportunities, contact Abby Shapiro (ashapiro@uscib.org, 212-703-5064).

Past USCIB Award Galas

Click here to read our gala press release.
Click here
to view photos and other highlights from our 2014 Leadership Award Dinner.
Click here to view the complete list of past recipients

Sponsors

Cornerstone Partner:

AT&T Logo

Leadership Partner:

Chevron
Dow
exxonmobil
roanoke

Dinner Partner

McGraw Hill
Philip Morris International
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
KPMG

Program Partner:

21st Century Fox logo
boomerang carnets
citi
cocacola
MasterCard
McDonalds
Oracle
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
verizon