Since its foundation in New York in 1887, the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce has been devoted to fostering trade, tourism, investments and economic cooperation between Italy and the United States.
Independent, private, not-for-profit US Corporation, this organization is affiliated with the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America and with AssoCamereEstero, the association of the Italian Chambers of Commerce abroad that represents more than 70 Chambers all over the world.
The Italy – America Chamber of Commerce brings together entrepreneurs and businesses with the goal of assisting its members by supplying relevant business contacts as well as a possibility of interaction with government agencies, trade associations and international organizations both in the United States and in Italy.
One of the Chamber’s roles is to provide assistance and training for future generations of managers and entrepreneurs: this is attained through the IACC J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program as well as the Young Executive Committee’s activities.
Amongst the activities, there are also some events for the business community.
On June 26th, 2018, at the Italian Consulate General in New York (690 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065), the Law Firm Loconte and Partners will provide a free overview about the most recent investment trends in Italy, with a specific focus on high value real estate assets, art and luxury items. Moreover, there will be an explanation on how the gift tax and inheritance tax would apply on the transfer of wealth between the United States and Italy. Time: 5:30 PM – 8 PM, Eastern Time.
Speakers: Alessandro Negri Della Torre (member of the global wealth management team at Loconte & Partners, New York office) and Angela Cordasco (Italian Lawyer, member of the Law Firm Loconte & Partners from 2014. Since July 2016, she has been managing the Firm’s London branch).