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New York Dinner- 25th January
January 25 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
After several years’ absence, the MMTA New York Dinner will be returning to the Cornell Club in central Manhattan this January.
As we enter the US election year in the midst of a complex and challenging nexus of domestic and international relations, the Minor Metal Trade Association’s North America Committee is delighted to bring our unique macroeconomic and geopolitical perspectives – with an eye on metals of course – back to New York City’s famed Cornell Club on Thursday evening, January 25, 2024.
Replete with a drinks reception, keynote speaker, and culinary adventure, the evening promises to continue in the tradition of edifying experiences with exceptional networking for which the MMTA and its New York Dinner are renown.
This year, the North America Committee is pleased to present a keynote address by Renè Javier Aninao:
“2024 Macro & Policy Outlook: Managing Risk in Global Markets”
Renè is the Managing Partner of CORBŪ, a research intelligence and advisory platform at the intersection of trade, monetary policy, and markets. A global macro strategist and policy expert, prior to founding CORBŪ Renè served as Managing Director at Evercore ISI, advising clients in the financial and official sectors, and as Director of Global Markets at Eurasia Group.
Prior to that, he spent seven years as a Director at Macroeconomic Advisers, working closely with former Federal Reserve Board governor Larry Meyer. Renè earned his degree in mathematical economic analysis from Rice University where he was also an all-conference athlete.
A member of the Enterprise Club at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, Renè is also a founding member of the new Whitney Museum in downtown New York.
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Timings for the event are:
6pm – Networking drinks and canapes
7pm – Seated for Dinner and Welcome given by MMTA Director and North American Chair, Noah Lehrman
7.25-7.50pm – Keynote speaker
8pm – Dinner
10pm – Close
We look forward to seeing you there!