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American Tin Trade Association

American Tin Trade Association

 

Next Meeting

November 10st 2016 Water Club  -East River at 30th Street New York, NY 10016 Ph (212) 683-3333- Cocktail reception will begin at 5:30pm with dinner to follow at 6:30pm.

The cost of the dinner is included with your yearly membership. Any additional guests would be $150. Non-members charge is $250. Please R.S.V.P as soon as possible so we hold your spot.


Edward Meir 

Edward Meir-Guest Speaker

Director at Commodity Research Group

 

Mr. Meir has been in the commodities business for more than 30 years. After getting his BA in Economics from McGill University and his M.B.A from NYU, Mr. Meir started his career with Drexel Burnham Lambert, covering the tropical commodities – sugar, coffee and cocoa. He spent the next nine years trading tin and aluminum for Trans-World Metals and after leaving Trans World, formed his own company that was involved in physical brokerage and research services. In 2011, his firm was retained by INTL FCStone to cover base and precious metals. Metal Bulletin ranked Mr. Meir as the #1 overall base metals analyst in terms of forecasting accuracy in 2011, 2014 and 2015 and assigned him a #2 ranking in 2013

If you have any questions please contact americantintrade@gmail.com



History

The American Tin Trade Association was formed in 1928 and since that time has grown into a well respected institution. Meeting twice a year, the ATTA's primary purpose as defined by its charter, is to "promote the best interests of those persons engaged in the production, distribution, transportation, consumption, purchase and sale of pig tin". The association also serves as an active forum through which pertinent issues of the tin trade are discussed.


Achieving these goals over the years has been made easier by the successful use and promotion of the American Tin Trade Association's tin contract, a set of terms and conditions that governs the bulk of the tin business that is conducted in the United States.



Future Goals

As the American Tin Trade Association looks ahead to the future, it will undoubtedly draw upon the same ingredients that have nurtured its success thus far, namely, the versatility, vitality and free flow of ideas that emanates from its membership.



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