American Tin Trade Association
May 17th and 18th 2017 Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel -107 6th St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Ph (412) 562-1200- Cocktail reception at at 6:00 pm with dinner and speakers to follow at 7:00pm on the 18th.
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.
Dennis Unkovic-Guest Speaker
Partner at the law firm of Meyer, unkovic & Scott LLP
He is actively involved in negotiating complex commercial transactions such as international mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances and joint ventures; restructuring entities to enhance effectiveness; and advising on inbound and outbound foreign investment projects. Mr. Unkovic works closely with U.S. companies as well as foreign entities on their international activities and investments. He has traveled to 64 countries over the last thirty years, with significant involvement in transactions in China, India, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, and Europe. He has authored eight books and over 175 articles for domestic and international publications. His most recent book, Face: How Saving Face Changes Everything, was published as an Amazon Kindle Single in August 2016. Mr. Unkovic is currently Chairman of the Meritas® legal network, comprised of 7,400 lawyers in 240 cities globally.
Stu Hoffman-Guest Speaker
Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, The PNC Financial Services Group
Mr. Hoffman has been recognized as one of the most accurate economic and interest rate forecasters in the prestigious Wall Street Journal economic survey covering the 1988 to 2014 period. Mr. Hoffman joined PNC in 1980 after a six-year tenure with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He became vice president and senior economist for PNC in 1987 and was elected senior vice president and chief economist in 1991.He is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times and Barron’s. He is a regular guest on CNBC and Bloomberg TV. In addition, he is regularly interviewed by the Associated Press and Reuter’s news wire services and NPR.
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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.
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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