Consulate General of Canada, Robuck and Company Antiques, and Tempus on International Business Radio

➡ ➡ Consulate General of Canada, Robuck and Company Antiques, and Tempus on International Business Radio

Nadia Theodore
Consulate General, of Canada

Nadia Theodore has made her career in the Trade Agreement and Negotiations Branch of Global Affairs, holding leadership positions on several recent and major trade initiatives of Global Affairs Canada. Most recently, Nadia served in Ottawa as Chief of Staff and Executive Director to Canada’s Deputy Minister for International Trade. She was named Consul General for the US Southeast in August 2017.

With over 10 years of trade policy experience, Ms. Theodore’s appointment comes as Canada, Mexico and the United States have launched negotiations to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).  As part of Canada’s international trade negotiating team, Nadia has built a reputation for forging strong partnerships with government and business leaders and managing complex, priority trade initiatives. Beyond trade negotiations, she helped Canada’s Trade and Investment Strategy, which is focused on ways to continue to help Canadian companies connect, compete and grow internationally.

She holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of London and an M.A. in Political Science from Carleton University. She is married and has one child.


Atlanta – Consulate General of Canada
Consular District:  Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee.

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John Doyle, Vice President of Dealing and Trading

John Doyle

Whether paying invoices in a foreign currency, funding foreign operations or receiving foreign payments, Tempus helps companies properly manage their currency needs. We focus on protecting our clients’ profits by keeping them abreast of current activity in the global markets and by reducing exchange rate exposure with our full range of products and services. Dedicated client account managers keep clients well informed in order to make the right decisions regarding their international payments.

Since 1999, Tempus has provided corporate clients with the best foreign exchange and international payment solutions in the industry. Tempus guides thousands of clients, from a broad spectrum of industry sectors, through the intricacies of the currency markets. Our unique market insight is widely recognized in main-line business media such as The Wall Street JournalReutersBloomberg, and CNBC to name just a few. In 2010 Tempus proudly became part of Monex Group, one of the world’s largest commercial foreign exchange providers, to further expand our place in the global market.

John Robert Doyle II is currently the Vice President of Dealing and Trading at Tempus. Previously, John was the Director of Markets at Tempus. He has more than ten years of market experience and his insights are frequently sought after by publications such as Bloomberg News, Reuters, the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal. John also makes occasional television appearances on programs such as CNBC’s Closing Bell. He holds a BA in Government and Economics and a Master’s in Public Administration from American University in Washington, DC.

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Shane Robuck, Owner
Robuck and Company Antiques, Ltd.

Robuck celebrates the sublime, the decadent, the unusual, and the exceptional, matching incomparable 17th – 19th century European antiquities with high-touch customer service for connoisseurs both in the trade and privately who curate lush, fresh environments rich with the unexpected. We are here to educate, to enlighten, to enrich, to surprise.  “There is a story in every piece that we sell.”

Shane Robuck

I started traveling and I never wanted to stop. I never will stop. The search for the unseen or the unexpected is a strong draw. The road gets a hold of a man and most times won’t let him go.

An Italian solid walnut three drawer serpentine front commode that is so absolutely beautiful that I will never let it out of my sight. Haven’t seen its equal since it became mine some 13 years ago. Making it better is that my father and I found it on one of our first trips to Italy together. He just turned 67 and I couldn’t have done what I’ve done without him. He’s such a big part of all this…

Those where I’m learning and experiencing something new, some part of history. Even in oft-traveled places there is always room for exploration and new discoveries. Hot over cold. Coastal over mountains. Traveling on your own is underrated.

“I can live for two months on a good compliment.”
– Samuel Clemens

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Tom Rosseland, Consulate of the Kingdom of Sweden

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Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C.

– I represent clients engaged in all areas of business, including heavy equipment financing and leasing companies, retail and wholesale distribution businesses with credit facilities, and importers of high quality and high-value products for the consumer and business markets. These clients are based in and operate on the local, regional, national as well as international level. Over the past 26 years of legal practice, I have worked with and successfully handled a wide array of complex legal matters for individual and corporate clients, with a dedicated focus on achieving client goals in a manner aligned with the client’s values, goals, and vision.

– Early in my career, I served as in-house counsel for Exxon Corporation (now ExxonMobil). My experience as in-house counsel for a global corporation has provided me with a unique sensitivity to the needs of business clients and their in-house counsel.

– I hold licenses to practice law in Georgia, South Carolina, Texas and the District of Columbia.

– As the son of immigrants to the United States, I also have an awareness of the unique needs of immigrants seeking to establish, expand, or acquire business operations in the U.S. and an appreciation of the challenges facing inbound investment.

Specialties: – International Law
– Contract Negotiations
– Complex Business Litigation
– Trade Secret Disputes
– Employment, Non-Competition & Non-Solicitation Agreements
– Workouts, Restructurings and Bankruptcy Creditor’s Rights
– Commercial Litigation
– Business Divorces
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Thomas Rosseland

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