Washington Association of Money Managers
is pleased to present an in-person program on
Thursday, May 25th for a panel discussion
"Economic and Investing Outlook for 2H2023 and Beyond"
National Press Club, the Zenger Room
Reception will begin at 6:00 PM ET
Panel discussion will begin at 6:30 PM ET
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines:
We require all registrants to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to attending WAMM events.
When the Fed began aggressively hiking rates last year, the goal was to cool inflation. The most recent data shows year-over-year inflation growth at 4.9%, nearly cut in half from last year’s high. Has the Fed tamed the (inflation) dragon and is now gearing up to reverse course on higher interest rates? With private sector demand holding up and the labor market yet to show any significant cracks, a pause in the rate-hiking cycle is more likely as the case for a rate cut remains shaky. What does this mean for investors? Will the Fed pause or even a cut mark a shift to a risk-on market regime?
We are fortunate to have an all-star panel of seasoned industry experts to walk us through the macroeconomic and investing outlook for 2H2023 and beyond. Nathan Sheets, Ph.D. is Global Chief Economist at Citi Research, where he leads Citi’s surveillance and forecasting of the global economy and directs the analysis of the firm’s economics team. Cary Greenspan, CMT is Chief Investment Officer for United Bank Wealth and Investment Management, where he establishes and guides the overall investment philosophy, strategy, risk tolerance and vision for all Personal, Trust and Institutional clients.
Please note that the Chatham House Rule applies – neither the comments of the speakers nor those of other participants are for attribution.
Please register below by 6:00 PM ET on Thursday, May 25, 2023. The event is $35 for WAMM members, $55 for non-members, $20 for student members, and $25 for student non-members. Please try to register early, as the space is limited!