AICGS Annual Conference
A Symposium on the Global Economy, Financial Markets,
and the Auto Industry:
A German / American Perspective
Tuesday, 23 October 2012
9:00am – 4:00pm
60 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
The deadline to register is midnight September 10. If you are sponsoring the dinner or are a current member, you will receive free or reduced price admittance (as detailed below) to the conference. Click here to register for the the Global Leadership Award Dinner or sign up for the conference as a current member. To register for the conference only, click here. If you are not logged in as a member or dinner sponsor, the admission price is $300.
- Global Leadership Group
- Executive Leaders Group
- Corporate Leaders Group
- Global Leadership Individual
- Executive Individual
Reduced Admission – $150
- Associates Group
- Senior Associates Group
- Governmental & Non-Governmental
Conference Only Admission – $300
About the Conference
The AICGS Annual Conference will feature three panels on current economic and business topics related to the elections in the U.S. Each panel will have a high-level speaker plus respondents drawn from the academic and corporate sectors. Two of the respondents are also invited to submit papers before the conference, which will be available to the audience and discussed during the panel. The conference aims to attract 250-300 business leaders and executives to discuss salient issues.
Our conference will provide the analytical tools and concepts to understand challenges in the American-German relationship and emerging issues on the transatlantic agenda.
The United States and the European Union will face important challenges in the coming years in the form of increased economic competition, social and demographic changes, new political leadership, and lingering concerns about energy security and environmental sustainability. Europe and America must work together in order to deal successfully with these issues, and their capacity to do so depends to a large degree on the strength of the American-German partnership.