Henry Paulson with Satya Nadella: Challenges to China's Economic Future + Private Reception

*As of 6/13/15, the pre-event reception is sold out* Hear Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, MBA '70, in conversation with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on China's economy. Before the event, meet Henry Paulson at a private reception.

China's role as a modern economic superpower is well known, but a recent downturn has some analysts whether it'll stay that way. According to former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, China's current powerhouse status might not be sustainable. Dealing with China takes a look at the history of that country's rapid economic rise and what moves it's currently making to maintain this status. Also drawing on his years of experience as Goldman Sachs' CEO, Paulson will talk about challenges to China's state-controlled economy -- including censorship and environmental issues -- explain why its current system "won't work long term," and offer a glimpse into the future of U.S.-China business relations. He'll appear in conversation with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015 

Reception: 6:00 pm (Featuring Henry Paulson. Limited tickets available. Active Members only. Click here to become a member today)

Lecture: 7:30 pm (Open to the public with purchase of ticket through Town Hall.)

Location: Town Hall Seattle (Great Hall)
Address: 1119 Eighth Avenue (enter via Eighth Avenue doors), Seattle, Washington 98101

Ticket options:
$25.00 (6:00 reception + 7:30 lecture) | Members only. This ticket option has sold out.
$5.00 (7:30 lecture only) | Click here to buy tickets.

The reception with Henry Paulson will be held in Town Hall's Downstairs Space. Enter via the Seneca Street entrance. Pre-signed books will be on sale at the reception and there will be an opportunity for personalized book signing after the lecture. Reception guests will have seats reserved for the program.

For questions, please email Carlos Obando, MBA '83.

This is a partner event, sponsored by Town Hall Seattle.