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The Council for the United States and Italy is a binational, non-profit,
non-political organization founded in 1983 by a group of influential personalities from both countries, including David Rockefeller
and Gianni Agnelli.

The Council aims at fostering closer ties between the United States
and Italy, and – in a broader perspective – between the United States
and Europe.

The focus of its membership and activities is economy and finance.
The American branch of the organization is currently chaired by David
W. Heleniak, Senior Advisor of Morgan Stanley.
His Italian counterpart is Sergio Marchionne, Chief Executive Officer of Fiat S.p.A., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Chrysler Group LLC, and Chairman of CNH Industrial N.V., Samuel J. Palmisano, former Chairman of IBM, and Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman and CEO of Pirelli & C., serve as Honorary chairmen respectively.

News & Events

Washington, Seminar 2013
The biennial Seminar of the Council for the United States and Italy, organized in cooperation with the Center on the United States and Europe of the Brookings Institution and the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE), took place in Washington on December 2 and 3, 2013. [...]

Austin, Texas 29th YLC
The 29th Young Leaders Conference (YLC) took place in Austin, Texas, on October 17-19, on the theme “Roots and Borders: How Personal and Collective Identities Interact with Politics and Economics in a Changing World”. [...]

Workshop 2013
The 24th Workshop of the Council for the United States and Italy took place on June 7and 8 at the Hotel Excelsior, Venice Lido. The Council is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2013.[...]
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