Post-Election Update & Economic Impact
Brian Battle from Performance Trust will be discussing the results of the Presidential election and the overall projected impact on the economy.
The U.S. public policy response to the Covid-19 crisis has altered the supply/demand balance in the economy. Exiting from this experimental policy will also be an experiment. Our political and economic leaders have neither a comprehensive tool set nor proven historical lessons to draw upon as they attempt to lead the US economy forward.
-How long will this “New Normal” of low rates, deteriorating credit quality, increasing costs in technology and NIM compression last?
-What could be its untended consequences?
Knowing the margin of error is historically small, Brian Battle discusses why the survival of community financial institutions is dependent on prudent risk vs. reward measurements across all areas of the balance sheet, and how to pro-actively take action to preserve independence in a time of uncertainty.
(Qualifies for 1 hour of CPE)
50% of fees for event will be donated to SHINE Initiative.
Prerequisites - None
Program Level - Update
Advanced Preparation - None
Delivery Method - Group - Online
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