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. Companies Confirmed to Participate

    Companies Confirmed to Participate

    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.

    Jean-Pierre Raffarin, former prime minister of France, vice chairman of the senate – and co-chairman of the ICC - describes the increasingly important role of the ICC on the global stage. 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

The 5th ICC will be held in Beijing on the 20th and 21st October 2014 and is the premier EU business event in China.

 

The ICC brings together CEOs and Chairmen of multinational companies looking to develop trade and investment, Chinese and European VIP guests, senior officials and world renowned experts.

 

European companies from private equity, cross sector corporate M&A, leading industrial and energy companies and global luxury brands must attend this event to attract China outbound trade and investment opportunities.

 

The 5th ICC 2014-Beijing:

  • Marries very high level content with speakers carrying global reputations together with a very clear focus on trade and investment outcomes between participants in Beijing and around China
  • Offers our Chinese guests the most unique view of the opportunities for trade and investment across the EU plus new partnerships with European companies in and beyond the EU 
  • Brings a unique European business audience to Beijing to meet Chinese counterparts
  • Builds into the 1.5 days in Beijing various structured and informal networking opportunities: inaugural meeting of the ICClub for the leaders of the largest companies attending and gala dinner on the 20th October; and meetings and exchange on the 21st October.
  • Presents ICC Deal Talk, an investor network with over 1,000 opportunities to China and EU out-bound investors with special interest for Private Equity, Insurance and Real Estate.

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

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

Great business is based on trust

An interview with Ambassador Gerard Errera, chairman of the Blackstone Group, France, and a former French ambassador to the UK.... 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
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

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