We host an annual conference for our members. in both the U.S. and Germany. On June 10, 2014 in Frankfurt, we will address the topic, “Fueling the Recovery: The Role of Capital Markets and Banks. Can Europe Learn from the United States?”We will focus our topics around our three program areas:
Membership will be on an 12-month basis. View a chart of our membership levels and benefits.
Please note that certain levels of membership allow you to enjoy all of the opportunities AICGS offers, including attendance at the annual Global Leadership Award Dinner. This year’s dinner is on December 15, 2014, when the CEO of Allianz, Michael Diekmann, will receive the award.
We look forward to an exciting, productive year in which we can together examine the critical issues facing the U.S. and Germany. We are confident that we can collaborate on projects that will create a useful dialogue and promote knowledge and practical solutions for the future.
How Your Gift Helps
Your donation to AICGS enables the Institute to provide you with knowledge, insights, and networks for the future German-American relationship.
AICGS is a non-partisan, non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) charitable status in the United States. Its tax identification number is 52-1309525. Contributions to AICGS in the U.S. are fully tax deductible to the extent as allowed by law.
Why Your Support Is Important
The United States and the European Union will face important challenges in the coming years in the form of increased economic competition, social and demographic changes, new political leadership, and lingering concerns about energy security and environmental sustainability. Europe and America must work together in order to deal successfully with these issues, and their capacity to do so depends to a large degree on the strength of the German-American partnership.
For over 30 years, AICGS has been a trusted source of knowledge, insights, and networks that contribute to a strong German-American relationship. The Institute examines important, emerging issues that affect both countries and shape the relationship between them, and we share our in-depth analyses of these issues with German and American business and political leaders through our publications and seminar programs. To do this, we rely on the generous financial support of individuals, foundations, and corporations who understand and embrace our mission.
Contact the AICGS Development Office
For more information or assistance with a donation, sponsorship, or special gift planning, please contact the AICGS Development team.
+1 (202) 332-9312
Lynn van Norstrand
Director of Finance and Development
Attention: Development Office
1755 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036-2121
We appreciate your interest in supporting AICGS and look forward to providing you with knowledge, insights, and networks for the future.