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March 2014

Annual Luncheon Meeting – The US Economy, The Next Phase of Recovery & Expansion

March 19, 2014 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, 02210-2204

The U.S. economic recovery is rapidly approaching a number of crucial tipping points, each with significant implications for all of us. After nearly five years of technical economic recovery, the U.S. now stands at the brink of true employment expansion and the Federal Reserve is rapidly moving towards the normalization of the extraordinary monetary policies employed to combat the financial crisis. At the same time, the long elusive goal of U.S. energy independence appears nearly at hand.

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March 2015

Annual Luncheon Meeting

March 4, 2015 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, 02210-2204
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Register Now Federal Reserve Bank of Boston 600 Atlantic Ave., Boston The Business of Leadership: Educating Leaders for the Workforce We Need presented by Cathy E. Minehan   Members: $35.00 Guests: $75.00   about the speaker: Cathy E. Minehan is the Dean of the School of Management at Simmons College. The Simmons MBA program is rated #1 in opportunities for women by the Princeton Review and #5 “Green” MBA. The Simmons program was also ranked in the top 20 MBA…

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March 2016

March 16 Annual Luncheon Meeting

March 16, 2016 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA United States
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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston New England Room Boston, MA Economic Update presented by Brian Raabe, Cornerstone Macro Join us for the popular annual luncheon meeting where Brian Raabe will present an Economic Update and discuss: Is the US on the precipice of recession? Where are the weakest links globally? How does one frame the debate over China? What should one focus on in gauging the threats from abroad, and opportunities from within, for the US economy? Is inexpensive energy…

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March 2017

March 15 Annual Luncheon Meeting

March 15, 2017 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA United States
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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Plan to join us for the Annual Luncheon Meeting! David Bridges is Fidelity’s senior geopolitical analyst.  A 25-year CIA veteran and former member of the Agency’s senior leadership team, he will discuss the five principal geopolitical and strategic challenges facing the Trump Administration in the year ahead.   Members: $40 Non-Members: $75 Pre-registration is mandatory. Picture ID required for admittance. About the speaker [su_spoiler title="David Bridges Senior Geopolitical and Security Analyst, Fidelity Management & Research…

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March 2018

March 21 Annual Luncheon Meeting

March 21, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA United States
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Unless Governor Baker issues a state of emergency for Boston, tomorrow's luncheon meeting is going on as scheduled. In an effort to get ahead of the impending storm, the timing is being adjusted. The new schedule will be: 9:45-10:30    Registration/Networking/Coffee 10:30-11:30  Program 11:30-12:15   Lunch Implications of Extending the Cycle presented by Mike Acton, Managing Director, AEW Research The world’s central banks are beginning the great unwind, moving from Quantitative Easing (QE) to Quantitative Tightening (QT).  At the same time, the…

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March 2019

March 20 Annual Luncheon Meeting

March 20 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA United States
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11:30 - 12:15    Registration/Networking 12:15 -  1:00     Lunch 1:00   -  2:00    Program Trends in Deposits and Investments presented by Kim Brusteun, Senior Vice President|Money Center Director, U.S. Bank Kim is first to admit she has no clue what is going to happen in the future. However, let’s have some fun looking at where we’ve been (#10yearchallenge) and where we might be heading.  Along with a review of the current economic backdrop and Federal Reserve policy…

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