In Memorium

In Memory of Our Esteemed President

KlineOn the night of March 17, Roger Kline, U.S. President of Atlantic Partnership (AP), died of a heart attack at the age of 64. We are deeply saddened by his unexpected passing.

Roger was a Senior Partner at McKinsey & Co., and was committed to AP’s mission to improve and enhance transatlantic relations for future generations. We are indebted to Roger for his leadership, commitment and boundless encouragement.

We would like to extend our support and sympathy to Roger’s family, friends and colleagues during this time of grief and recovery.

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