Atlantic Council/Corporate Members

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Formation1961
LeaderAtlantic Council/Chairman
Membership• Accenture
• Airbus
• Blackstone
• British Petroleum
• Calik Holding
• Cheniere
• Chevron
• Crescent Petroleum
• Dentons
• Eni
• Facebook
• General Atomics
• ihlas Holding
• Limak
• Lockheed Martin
• MNG Ventures
• RBC Capital Markets
• Raytheon
• Saab
• SAIC
• SICPA
• Squire Patton Boggs
• Tellurian
• Thales
• The Scowcroft Group
• Thomson Reuters
• Turkish Airlines
• United Technologies
• Zurich Insurance Group
• African Rainbow Minerals
• AM General
• ANA Holdings
• Bank of America
• Baker & McKenzie
• BlackRock
• DCI Group
• EmiTel
• Equinor
• ExxonMobil
• HanesBrands
• HNA Group
• Ihlas Holding
• Krauss-Maffei Wegmann
• Limak Holding
• Leonardo DRS
• MetLife
• Neste Oil Corporation
• Northrop Grumman
• Petrofac
• Repsol
• Richard Attias and Associates
• S&P Global
• SAFRAN
• SoftBank Group
• Textron
• Total
• Twenty-First Century Fox
• Twitter
• United Parcel Service
• United States Chamber of Commerce
• Venture Global LNG
• Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz
• Beazley
• Cigna
• ConocoPhillips
• DLA Piper
• Edelman
• ENGIE
• EY
• Excelerate Energy
• Exelon Corporation
• Forescout Strategies
• Invesco PowerShares
• JPMorgan Chase
• Kibar Holdin
• LexisNexis Group
• Mannheim LLC
• MBDA Inc.
• McKinsey & Company
• Microsoft Corporation
• Navigant Consulting
• Penguin Random House
• Procter & Gamble
• Shell Oil Company
• Symantec
• Boeing
Corporate Members of the Atlantic Council per 2020

The corporate members include several different levels of support,Strategic Partnership,Chairman’s Circle,President’s Circle, event support etc. The donors the Council caters to are heavily dominated by arms manufactures, big tech companies and oil companies.[1]

In return, the Council promises "finding solutions to issues of mutual concern" to these corporations.

With Event Sponsorships, the Atlantic Council offers to harness its "high-level convening power" for special events. The "benefits are strategically tailored around the gathering and your company’s interests". Especially the energy forum in Abu Dhabi and the Digital Forensic Research Lab are mentioned as important.

 

Known Participants

28 of the 85 of the participants already have pages here:

ParticipantDescription
Accenturemultinational corporation that is heavily involved in privatization and public-private partnerships in sectors such as schools.
AirbusProduces 50% of all jet aircraft in the world. Largest airliner manufacturer during the 2020s. Accused of bribery of multiple countries. Received a ban from a group of dozens of banks for "involvement in nuclear weapons production".
Baker DonelsonLarge U.S. law firm and lobbying group
Bank of AmericaSecond biggest bank in the US
BlackRock
BoeingUS based arms manufacturer which also makes civilian aircraft of sometimes dubious reliability.
British Petroleum
Chevron
ConocoPhillipsAmerican multinational oil and gas corporation
EniItalian multinational oil and gas founded by Enrico Mattei.
ExxonMobil
FacebookThe world's most popular social network, with over 1,000,000,000 users in 2014.
JPMorgan ChaseA multinational banking and financial services holding company. Deep state power for more than a century.
Lockheed"Nobody is doing a better job of arming the world than Lockheed-Martin"
McKinsey & Companycorporate hit-men to loot the economy
MicrosoftStarted in 1975 with Paul Allen, Bill Gates developed Microsoft from a operating system maker of computers into one of the most prolific companies of all time, valued over $1 trillion, 3rd most valuable in the world. MS has over a billion in fines from corruption, mass surveillance violations & tax evasion. MS has market shares in dozens of markets, leading in the Platformization-epidemic of the 2010s started by big tech. It was the first partner in the NSA-PRISM program.
Northrop Grumman
Penguin Random House
Procter & GambleHuge multi-billion dollar multinational corporation; specialising in consumer goods.
RaytheonMilitary-industrial complex.
Reuters
Science Applications International CorporationA company which specializes in complex engineering and technology programs for U.S. military and intelligence agencies
ShellBiggest Dutch company. Caused trillions in damage due to fracking in Groningen. Convicted worldwide for crimes against locals. Employs hitmen and deep state operatives in African countries. Mislead shareholders for up to $1bn.
Squire Patton BoggsUS law firm and lobbyist with many deep state operatives
Thales GroupLarge French weapons manufacturer
TotalA big oil company.
TwitterTwitter is a social media service.
US/Chamber of Commerce


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