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National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) is a multi-industry trade association. The association provides information on national policy affecting manufacturers and tracks related legislation. In addition it offers information about training, government policies, news articles and manufacturing-related technical research. It also offers directory listings for companies based on Product and Service offered and also publishes E-Business Newsletters. Nam was founded in 1895 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia.
1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004-1790
Founded in 1895
Key Executives for National Association of Manufacturers
Senior Vice President of Communications
Senior Director of Government Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
National Association of Manufacturers Key Developments
United States Steel Corporation Names Michael S. Williams to Board of Directors at National Association of Manufacturing
Mar 19 14
United States Steel Corporation announced that Michael S. Williams, senior vice president -- strategic planning and business development, has been named to the Board of Directors at the National Association of Manufacturing (NAM).
National Association of Manufacturers Announces Executive Appointments
Jan 17 14
The National Association of Manufacturers has appointed Ernie Rosenberg chairman of its Council of Manufacturing Associations (CMA). Rosenberg currently serves as president and CEO of the American Cleaning Institute. Additionally, NAM named Thomas Gibson, president and CEO of the American Iron and Steel Institute, vice chair of the council while Heidi Brock, president of the Aluminum Association, was appointed CMAs second vice chair.
Korean Companies Files Class Action Suit Against Eight Global Investment Banks in the United States
Nov 18 13
A group of Korean companies filed a class action suit against eight global investment banks in the United States on November 18, 2013, claiming that the big financial firms manipulated foreign exchange rates. The IBs are Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, National Association, Royal Bank of Scotland and UBS. In their damages claim filed with a court in New York state, the plaintiff including Simmtech Co. said the IBs rigged foreign exchange rates via a cartel and ultimately inflicted losses on Korean firms. The plaintiff added that the defendant violated the Sherman Antitrust Act and commercial laws of New York state. Most of the Korean firms joining the suit were found to have suffered losses from their investment in financial derivatives during the 2008-09 global financial crisis. The victimized investors reportedly were not given a full explanation about the risky product when some IBs sold it to them.
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