The U.S.-Russia Business Council's 2015 Annual Meeting once again kicked off with the Gala Dinner on October 26, this year held at the historic Morgan Library and Museum. The Annual Meeting's business sessions took place at The Westin New York at Times Square on October 27 and concluded with a cocktail reception.
This year's Annual Meeting addressed how the business community can best manage its interests during uncertain times and focused on navigating current economic challenges in Russia and overlooked positive regulatory developments as well as panels on Russia's healthcare policy and the implications for Russian employers, Russia's latest efforts to reduce obstacles to business, and takeaways for businesses with respect to the unwinding of previous sanctions regimes. This year's meeting continued USRBC's commitment as a platform for high-level, open and frank discussions of U.S.-Russia commercial and political issues.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense and U.S. Senator
Chairman and CEO, Alcoa; Chairman, U.S.-Russia Business Council
Chairman, International Affairs Committee, RF Federation Council
Chairman and CEO, International Paper
Geo-politics and Oil: Russia’s Changing Investment Landscape
Senior Partner, Macro-Advisory Ltd View
The "Crisis As Usual" Abates Amid Mixed Results in 2015
Chief Economist, Sberbank CIB View
The Potential Contribution of Increased New Drug Use to Russian Longevity and Health
Columbia University and National Bureau of Economic Research View
Role of Innovation in State of the Art Healthcare Delivery in Russia
General Manager, AbbVie Russia View
Healthcare in Russia - Opportunities and Challenges from a Local Parmaceutical Company Perspective
Path to Delivering State of the Art Healthcare in Russia
Senior Manager, Strategy&, part of PwC network View
What You've Missed? Entrepreneurs Growing Businesses!
President, Center for Entrepreneurship View