N-Conference Shanghai 2020
APRIL 2ND - 3RD, 2020 (2 Days)
Negotiation expert Matthias Schranner has been trained by German police and the FBI for the most difficult negotiations. As a consultant, he supports the UN, global corporations, and political parties with his institute during difficult negotiations.
He is the author of the books “Negotiations on the Edge”, “The Negotiator” and “Costly Mistakes”, and has published numerous articles.
Matthias Schranner has advised corporate and government leaders on negotiations in more than 40 countries, including the United States, Russia, Ukraine, China, Singapore und Japan.
He serves as adjunct Professor for negotiations at the St. Gallen University in Switzerland and Warwick/UK, and he is President of the SNI LLC New York.
Numerous Fortune 500 Companies use his proprietary Negotiation Scorecard® for negotiation support.
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"Schranner is a former police negotiator and a constitutional lawyer. He is a world-renowned negotiating expert, and one of the few in his business trained for extreme situations."
Peter Morgan served as a Commander in the Hong Kong Police for over 33 years in a variety of operational, strategic and training roles, and retired as an Assistant Commissioner. He was awarded the Police Distinguished Medal (PDSM) in 2015 for his services to Hong Kong. Peter also spent 24 years as a hostage negotiator and 12 years as the Commander of the Hong Kong Police Crisis Negotiation Unit (CNU). He is currently a Special Advisor to the Hong Kong Police CNU, an Honorary Advisor to the Hong Kong Police College, and an Honorary Fellow of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention (CSRP), Hong Kong University.
Peter is the author of Critical Issues in Crisis Negotiation and is regularly invited to speak and train on crisis management, leadership and hostage negotiations.
Alicia García Herrero is the Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at Natixis. She also serves as Senior Fellow at European think-tank BRUEGEL and non-resident Research Fellow at Madrid-based political think tank Real Instituto Elcano. She is currently Adjunct Professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and member of the advisory board of Berlin-based China think-tank MERICS. Finally, Alicia is advisor to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s research arm (HKIMR) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) as well as a member of the board of the Hong Kong Forum and co-founder of Bright Hong Kong.
In previous years, Alicia held the following positions: Chief Economist for Emerging Markets at Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), Member of the Asian Research Program at the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), Head of the International Economy Division of the Bank of Spain, Member of the Counsel to the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, Head of Emerging Economies at the Research Department at Banco Santander, and Economist at the International Monetary Fund. In addition, Alicia has always combined her professional career with academia, having served as visiting Professor for John Hopkins University, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai and Carlos III University in Madrid.
Ming Huang has been working for the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs since 1993, including as representative in its Office in Singapore, Shandong Province (China), Guangdong Province (China) and Sichuan Province (China).
She has successfully helped numerous Chinese and German enterprises in various M&A negotiations and post-merger-integrations, and she has gained tremendous experience and deep connections with Chinese government. She is an expert especially in Germany-China business investment.
She holds a master’s degree in Media Management, an EMBA degree and has been awarded “Certified Translator and Interpreter” for German and Chinese Language by SDI – Munich. She has also been assigned as Representative for TUM EEC (Executive Education Center of the School of Management at the Technical University Munich).
Schranner Negotiation Limited
20/F Leighton Centre,
77 Leighton Rd, Hong Kong
Tel. (HK): +852 3957 40 65
Tel. (Zurich): +41 / 44 / 515 46 25