1. Overview

    Overview

    The ICC with its opportunities for round table debate and discrete networking provides an essential meeting point and a springboard for business partnerships.

  2. ICC Community

    ICC Community

    ICC has a high level Pan-European network / community with partners in France, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Norway and Denmark focused on developing trade with China and facilitating Chinese access to areas of interest across the EU.

     

  3. Participating Companies

    Participating Companies

    Blackstone, Beijing Capital Group, Fosun, Wanda, Alibaba, Aigo, Standard Life, Allianz, Generali, Santander, Allen & Overy, Barclays, EDF, NIBC, Philips, ABN, KPMG, GS, Standard Chartered, Alliance-Boots, Siemens, Munich Re, Audi, BMW, Peugeot

  4. Speakers

    Speakers

    The role of the ICC on the global stage.

    Senator Jean-Pierre Raffarin, Co-Chairman, ICC; Former Prime Minister of France; Chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations, Defense and Armed Forces, French Senate; Chairman, Fondation Prospective et Innovation Read More

    What is happening to the value of the RMB?

    Jim O’Neill, retiring chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management who is best known for coining the “BRIC” acronym, puts forward some theories to explain the RMB’s recent decline.Read More

  5. Panel Topics

    Panel Topics

    • What is next for China after 30 years of reform and growth?
    • Who will be the winners and losers?
    • How should the EU and China cooperate and compete?
    • Top VIP Dialogue: China and Europe economies
    • Urbanisation: Trends/partnerships/city officials
    • Financial sector liberalisation and regulation

ICC2015-The business forum to develop China- EU partnerships and outbound investments

 

 

Following the success of the 5th ICC, held for the first time in Beijing, the 6th ICC will return to Paris on 29th and 30th June, 2015, culminating in a reception hosted by the French state.

 

The ICC brings together 500 Chinese and European business leaders from all sectors of the economy to build relationships, make deals and exchange views. 

 

At the heart of the event will be a series of high-level panel discussions, 1-2-1 meetings between Chinese / European CEOs and ICC Deal Talk presenting over 1,000 live investor opportunities. 

 

Topics Include:

  • China- EU Political and Economic Dialogue- avoiding trade and currency clashes
    • State of the EU and Chinese economies
    • To what extent can China be part of the  solution for reflating the EU with demand and direct investment
    • Leading China- EU CEOs sharing their insights on  the development of the businesses into China- EU
    • China outbound investment into the EU- by country/sector and trends, major issues
    • North Sea Investment Opportunities- comprehensive overview of the North Sea offshore energy sector,  where opportunities exist  for investment into assets and technology
    • What are the on-going implications of  relaxing of China’s capital account and how will this continue to affect  China outbound investment into the EU
    • Financial Sector – M & A, PE, capital flows, IFCs,
    • Brands- leading China- EU brands - CEOs
    • What can China learn from the Nordic economic  model  and what perspectives can leading Nordic CEOs share
    • What agricultural and food safety technologies can be exported to China
    • What disruptive technologies are most impacting on the decision making of EU- China CEOs
    • How can  China- EU companies  cooperate around technology
    • Africa- China- EU cooperation- how can leading China & EU companies cooperate to develop partnerships in Africa

     

    Sector Specific, China- EU  Corporate  meetings:

      1. African Partnerships
      2. Technology
      3. Real Estate
      4. Private Equity
      5. North Sea offshore energy ( Oil and Gas/ wind/shipping)
      6. Luxury Brands
      7. Asset and Fund management
      8. Insurance
      9. Agriculture & food  technology

     

    Industry insiders' comments on China and EU trade

    Read the views of ICC key contributors and panel speakers on a wide range of subjects within China-EU trade and the global ramifications. More comments

    Jane Jiang, head of the PRC regulatory group at Allen & Overy LLP’s Beijing office

    The growth of China as an international financial centre

    An interview with Jane Jiang, head of the PRC regulatory group at Allen & Overy LLP’s Beijing office.... Read More
    Lord Neil Davidson

    The global economy and internationalisation of the RMB

    Lord Davidson QC has served as a law officer in both the UK and Scottish parliaments, as Advocate General and Solicitor General respectively. His many professional experiences include dealing with difficult issues in overseas jurisdictions including China. Here, he considers the consequences of the RMB’s internationalisation for the global economy.... Read More
    Kerry Brown, professor of Chinese politics and director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney

    What can China learn from the Eurozone crisis?

    Kerry Brown, professor of Chinese politics and director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney reflects on the historic changes taking place in China as it develops at unprecedented speed; and what it can learn from the Eurozone crisis.... Read More

    What is happening to the value of the RMB?

    Jim O’Neill, retiring chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management who is best known for coining the “BRIC” acronym, puts forward some theories to explain the RMB’s recent decline.... Read More

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