Monday 21 October 18:30 - 21:00

Pankhurst House, Clement's Inn
London School of Economics

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China Business Briefing with Aijuan Wang and Guy Madgwick

Business & Professional

China Business Briefing

Please join us for our China Business Briefing at the LSE, combining practical business insights with academic perspectives. David Percival MBE will be sharing his experience of working in and with China.


18:15-18:30: Entry to venue

18:30-19:30: Panel discussion

19:30-20:00: Q&A

20.00-20.30: Drinks reception

Dr Aijuan Wang (Director, Mott MacDonald)

Aijuan, BSc, MSc, PhD and CEng is Director-Power is responsible for strategy and business development at Mott MacDonald, a global consultancy headquartered in the UK. She started China Going Out Initiative to support Chinese clients working overseas.

With thirty years’ experience in energy industry, Aijuan’s expertise lies in policy, planning, electricity market, project development, artificial intelligence and computer programming when worked for Ministry of Energy of PRC, Longyuan and Westinghouse Systems. Aijuan led many due diligence projects for M&A, project finance and IPO since joining Motts in 1998. Aijuan regularly speaks in high profiled conferences on doing business with China.

Guy Madgwick (Chief Executive Officer, SDIC Red Rock Power Limited)

Guy has over 30 years of experience working within the European energy industry. Working initially for Amoco as a geologist within the oil and gas industry he moved to the power sector in 1990 to develop a variety of power plants. Guy has championed renewables and sustainability for the last 15 years in senior leadership roles with major utilities and private companies alike. Guy has worked amongst others for PowerGen, RWE, Private Wealth investors and the Dutch Utility Eneco. He holds an MBA from Warwick University and a Masters from Loughborough University. He presently is the CEO for Red Rock Power based in Edinburgh a wholly owner subsidiary of Beijing based SDIC Power investing in European power projects.

This event will be chaired by Prof. Kent Deng (Economic History, LSE)

For enquires, please contact : [email protected]

Tel : 02079556253


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