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Attend the Global Metals Awards

The 7th annual Global Metals Awards winners will be announced at a prestigious black-tie celebration on May 16, 2019 at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London. Don't miss this opportunity to be involved with this highly acclaimed and rewarding event.

Global Metals Awards Gala Pricing:

Individual Seat:

$300

Table of 8: $2,295

Value-added Tax (VAT) charges are additional to the above fees, if applicable

Payment is required prior to attendance.
No refunds are available for cancellations or no shows.

Registration will open shortly. For questions, regarding the event, please email paul.chapman@spglobal.com or call +44(0)207-176-6273.


Reasons to attend:

  • Showcase your executives in bright lights on a grand stage
  • Gain individual and company recognition in the metals industry
  • Boost employee morale by showing them off in front of their peers
  • Reward employee efforts in a high-profile, cost effective setting
  • Conduct your business in a relaxed and fun networking environment


Welcoming our host for the evening, CNBC's Julianna Tatelbaum
Julianna Tatelbaum is a London-based reporter who frequently anchors the European edition of CNBC’s Street Signs. She covers European corporate developments, including live reporting on earnings and major capital markets events. She has interviewed CEOs and CFOs of leading companies across a range of industries.

Julianna was one of the key on-air voices of CNBC’s coverage of the French ‘gilet jaunes’ protests in Paris, the Comcast-Sky takeover and the fall from grace of Carlos Ghosn at Renault. She has also interviewed a number of political, economic and market experts.

Julianna joined CNBC in 2018 with nearly a decade of investment banking experience working at Deutsche Bank in New York and London. Julianna started her career as a macroeconomic research analyst then transitioned to equity specialist sales where she provided investment advice on the European Chemicals sector to hedge funds and institutional investors.

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Julianna has been based in London for the last six years and is a dual national with US and UK citizenship. She holds an honors degree in economics and is a trained improvisational actor.

Why did they win?

Read the judging rationale in Insight magazine. Also included are articles from Platts thought leaders.