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KEDGE Alumni Conference & Cocktail in London

KEDGE Alumni and its well-established London branch are inviting you to a very special event. For the first time in London, Kedge Alumni will host a two-part evening. You will have the chance to take part in a very interesting conference chaired by Laurent Estachy, Marc Mourre, and Xavier Rolet, followed by a networking cocktail with José Milano (CEO of Kedge BS) and Christophe Mouysset (Kedge BS’s Director of Corporate Relations) in attendance.

Laurent ESTACHY

International Finance & Geo-economy
professor at KEDGE BS

Marc MOURRE (ESC 1977)

Managing Director, Head of Global
Markets Commodities at Natixis

Xavier R. ROLET (ESC 1981)

Chief Executive Officer at
CQS Management Ltd


The Belt and Road Initiative, BRI, announced in 2013 by President Xi Jinping, is at the core of China’s foreign policy strategy. Beijing champions the project as a means to spur development, goodwill, and economic integration between China and its neighbours in the West: most notably Central Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.

However, the project has proved controversial and several countries expressed suspicion about China’s true geopolitical intentions : the U.S. and Japan remain skeptical about its stated aims and are even more worried about unspoken ones, especially those hinting at military expansion. The BRI is therefore viewed within the new US Administration as part of a Grand Strategy aiming at replacing America as the Global Superpower…The trade conflict starting in 2018 should be analysed in this context.

Therefore, the presentation will deal with what looks more and more like a new « Cold War ». Indeed a number of actions taken by the US government in 2018 aimed at checking China’s mounting economic and financial power. For the United States it is, in short, to contain the rise of China...

Conference Programme :

7.00 pm - Registration and welcome drink
7.15 pm: Brief introduction by Gregoire Ponsoye - London Branch Alumni organiser
7.20 pm: Conference opening by José Milano, CEO Kedge Business School
7.30 pm: Conference by Laurent Estachy, Marc Mourre & Xavier Rolet
09.00 pm to 10.00 pm: Cocktail and networking with speakers

We look forward to seeing you all for this special event ! :)

 

 

KEDGE Alumni and its well established London branch are inviting you to a very special event. For the first time in London, Kedge Alumni will host a two part evening. You will have the chance to take part in a very interesting conference chaired by Laurent Estachy and Marc Mourre followed by a networking cocktail with José Milano (CEO of Kedge BS) and Christophe Mouysset (Kedge BS’s Director of Corporate Relations).


 

The new Silk Roads at the heart of the power struggle
between China and the United States 

Laurent ESTACHY

International Finance & Geo-economy
professor at KEDGE BS

Marc MOURRE (ESC 1977)

Managing Director, Head of Global
Markets Commodities at Natixis


The Belt and Road Initiative, BRI, announced in 2013 by President Xi Jinping, is at the core of China’s foreign policy strategy. Beijing champions the project as a means to spur development, goodwill and economic integration between China and its neighbours in the west: most notably Central Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

However the project has proved controversial and several countries expressed suspicion about China’s true geopolitical intentions : the U.S. and Japan remain skeptical about its stated aims and even more worried about unspoken ones, especially those hinting at military expansion. The BRI is therefore viewed within the new US Administration as part of a Grand Strategy aiming at replacing America as the Global Superpower…The trade conflict starting in 2018 should be analysed in this context.

Therefore, the presentation will deal with what looks more and more like a new « Cold War ». Indeed a number of actions taken by the US government in 2018 aimed at checking China’s mounting economic and financial power. For the United States it is, in short, to contain the rise of China...

Conference Programme :

7.00 pm - Registration and welcome drink
7.15 pm: Brief introduction by Gregoire Ponsoye - London Branch Alumni organiser
7.20 pm: Conference opening by José Milano, CEO Kedge Business School
7.30 pm: Conference by Laurent Estachy & Marc Mourre
09.00 pm to 10.00 pm: Cocktail and networking with speakers


 

We look forward to seeing you all for this special event ! :)

 

  • 10 €

    Members
  • 15 €

    Non-members
  • 20 €

    Guests, exterior
Remaining 12 spots

Registration deadline : 4th June

Registration closed

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Locations
of your Event
Holiday Inn London Regents Park
Carburton St, Fitzrovia
W1W 5EE London

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