Feb 4th - China & France




Only a few steps away from the Chinese New Year,

the Stanford Club of France, in cooperation with ISG and Deloitte,

invites you to a panel discussion and networking cocktail on new perspectives of China-France relations:

China and France: Cooperation or Competition ?

Monday, February 4, 2013 7:30 pm at Deloitte & Associés 185, avenue Charles de Gaulle 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine

It is no coincidence that French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici began 2013 with a trip to China. China’s too-big-to-ignore market potential, France’s 69 billion euro trade deficit and the prospect of growing Chinese interest in French companies set the scene for one of the hottest and most controversial bilateral investment topics of the coming year.

Cooperation or Competition
how will France and China ring in the New Year

The Stanford Club of France has convened a panel of experts who will delve into these questions, address the nitty-gritty realities of bilateral business from the trenches and debate the path forward for France-China relations.

The discussion will be followed by a cocktail reception where you will have the opportunity to discuss related topics in an informal setting with Stanford Alumni and other attendees from leading French, Chinese and American universities.

RSVP now to join us for this high-level round table discussion
and a unique networking opportunity

Date: Monday, February 4th at 7:30 p.m.

Price: SCF-ISG members 30€ - 40€ non-members - 20 € students

Location: Deloitte & Associés - 185, avenue Charles de Gaulle, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine Métro Pont de Neuilly - www.deloitte.fr

Contact / reservations: Please register by January 28th. No payments at the door. To reserve your space, kindly register and pay on-line and/or renew your membership at


or send your check made out to “Stanford Club of France” with your name(s), guest name(s), and a notation that your reservation is for the China-France event to: Evelyne Nguyen, 11 rue Kilford, 92400 Courbevoie

Questions: Contact Evelyne Nguyen at evelyne.nguyen1@gmail.com or at 06 08 87 26 27

Speakers :

Mr. Wei Peng
Vice President France, Bank of China

Mr Wei Peng graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and holds a “licence en littérature française”. He joined Bank of China Head Office in 1992 then took over several positions in Paris for Bank of China before being appointed Vice President in 2011.


Mr. Gilles Colas

Senior Vice-President in charge of Strategic Developments, Saint Gobain

Mr. Gilles Colas has been a member of the General Management Committee of the Saint-Gobain Group since 1992 and was the company’s Asia-Pacific General Delegate for 6 years. He has a Masters degree in civil engineering from Ponts et Chaussées and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Stanford.

photo-legerMr. Charles Henri Léger
Partner, Gide Loyrette Nouel

Mr. Charles Henri Leger is in charge of the China Team at Gide Loyrette Nouel worldwide. He specializes in industrial property, antitrusts, unfair competition, advertising and distribution law, and investment and business relations with China.


The Stanford Club of France and ISG Alumni Club thank Deloitte for their hospitality in hosting this exceptional event


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