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TIME: 18:00 – 19:00, 28th June 2017
VENUE: Committee Room 19, House of Commons
Palace of Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA
Chairman and CEO of The Global Fiduciary Governance LLC
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The ‘Special Relationship’ is a phrase used to describe the exceptionally close political, diplomatic, cultural, economic, military and historical relations between the United Kingdom and the United States, following its use in a 1946 speech by British statesman Winston Churchill. Although both the United Kingdom and United States have close relationships with many other nations, the level of cooperation between them in economic activity, trade and commerce, military planning, execution of military operations, nuclear weapons technology and intelligence sharing, has been described as “unparalleled” among major powers. However with the UK leaving the European Union and the surprise election of Donald Trump as President, what does the future hold for the ‘Special Relationship?’
The Henry Jackson Society is delighted to invite you to an event with Dr Ted Malloch, Chairman and CEO of The Global Fiduciary Governance LLC ,who will assess the impact of Brexit on the UK-US ‘Special Relationship’ and provide comment on what the future may hold for both countries.
Dr Ted Malloch, is Chairman and CEO of The Global Fiduciary Governance LLC, a leading strategy thought leadership company. Dr. Malloch has served on the executive board of the World Economic Forum, which hosts the renowned Davos meeting in Switzerland. He has held an ambassadorial level position in the United Nations; he headed consulting at Wharton-Chase Econometrics; has worked in capital markets at Salomon Brothers; and served in senior policy positions in the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and in the U.S. State Department. Dr. Malloch earned his Ph.D. in international political economy from the University of Toronto and has authored numerous books, articles, and corporate reports. He also serves on numerous corporate, not-for-profit and religious boards and international and governmental advisory bodies.