2017 Economic Speaker Series (Two Events)

  • 31 Jan 2017
  • 11:44 AM
  • 21 Feb 2017
  • 1:30 PM
  • Sutton Place Hotel – Winterlake Room, 10235 101 Street, Edmonton

Registration

  • Member pricing is applied to every employee of member corporation. Registers for the January 31, 2017 and February 21, 2017 events.

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2017 Economic Speaker Series  

AFP Edmonton is pleased to present our 2017 Economic Speaker Series featuring presentations by guest speakers Tim Quinlan, Director and Senior Economist with Wells Fargo Securities and Todd Hirsch, Chief Economist at ATB Financial. Members have the opportunity to save by registering for both events at once at a discounted price.  Included in the Speaker Series is:

Tuesday January 31st Luncheon with Tim Quinlan:

AFP Edmonton is pleased to present Tim Quinlan, Director and Senior Economist with Wells Fargo Securities. Please join us on Tuesday January 31st when Tim will speak about the economic growth prospects for the U.S. and Canadian Economies as well as a discussion on monetary policy expectations for both the Federal Reserve and Bank of Canada.

Tuesday February 21st Luncheon with Todd Hirsch:

AFP Edmonton is pleased to present Todd Hirsh, ATB' Financial's Chief Economist. Please join us on Tuesday February 21st when Todd will speak about rebuilding Alberta’s Economy in 2017. After two years of recession, Alberta’s economy appears to be rounding a corner as we enter 2017. Oil prices have firmed up a bit and some progress has been made on pipeline projects. Yet perils lie in the way of a full recovery—worries about trade deals with the US, an unemployment rate that threatens to remain high, and worries about debt levels and housing markets persist. What does the rebuild of Alberta’s economy look like under these conditions? Will we see more diversity this year? And how long might a full recovery take?

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