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Company Overview of United States Council for International Business

Company Overview

United States Council for International Business is based in New York, New York.

New York, NY 

United States

Founded in 1945

Key Executives for United States Council for International Business

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chairman
Age: 66
Vice President of Investment & Financial Services
Senior Vice President for Policy and Government Affairs
Vice President for Information
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

United States Council for International Business Key Developments

Eva Hampl Joins United States Council for International Business as Director of Investment, Trade and Financial Services

Eva Hampl, an attorney and former Senate staffer, has joined the United States Council for International Business (USCIB) as director of investment, trade and financial services. She will be based in the organization's Washington, D.C. office. Hampl will work with Shaun Donnelly, USCIB's vice president of investment and financial services, to coordinate the organization's activities on cross-border investment and global finance. She will manage work in those areas by engaging with the U.S. government and working through USCIB's global business network: the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Organization of Employers (IOE) and the Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) to the OECD. Hampl will also support Robert Mulligan, senior vice president for policy and government affairs, on trade policy issues.

United States Council for International Business Appoints Kristin Isabelli as Director of Customs and Trade Facilitation

United States Council for International Business appointed Kristin Isabelli as director of customs and trade facilitation.

United States Council for International Business Announces Executive Changes

Robert J. Mulligan has been named to head up policy advocacy for the United States Council for International Business. Previously the head of USCIB's Washington, D.C. office, he succeeds Ronnie Goldberg, who is retiring following more than two decades leading USCIB's policy and program department. As senior vice president for policy and government affairs, Mulligan will oversee USCIB's wide-ranging activities on international trade, investment, economic and regulatory matters. He will supervise USCIB's team of policy professionals, whose expertise covers a host of issues affecting American companies engaged in business around the world, and will coordinate input to the three international business organizations of which USCIB serves as the American affiliate. Mulligan came to USCIB from TechAmerica, where he was senior vice president, international.

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