2020 What CFOs Should Anticipate and Plan For
CFOs face many unknowns yet still must make hard choices when planning the direction of their companies. They face a mature economy that may be in its last innings, an unresolved global trade war, and uncertainty in interest rates.
Join the Philadelphia CFO Leadership Council on January 23rd to gain insight on today’s state of the economy and explore its national and local implications.
- Gain an understanding of the current state of today's national and regional economy
- Gain a forward view of the capital market and state of the credit cycle
- Understand how to filter out the “news” and what's important to focus on
- Learn how economic conditions may influence the upcoming presidential elections
Meet Our Speaker
Neal Elkin is a Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Consultant at Bank of America Private Bank. In this role, he is responsible for advancing the investments value proposition within the NY TriState and New England division. This includes working with our high net worth clients, advisors, and portfolio managers in delivering on our broad investment platform and services across Bank of America. He aligns macroeconomic, thematic, and portfolio strategy levels with top of the house thinking.
Prior to joining Bank of America, Neal was a Client Portfolio Manager responsible for coverage of the US Investment Grade Corporate fixed income funds within the Global Fixed Income institutional business of JPMorgan Asset Management. Before that, he ran the Client Management team for Global Access platform with the JPMorgan Private Bank where he orchestrated the successful merger of the Chase Strategic Portfolios onto the Global Access platform. Previously, Neal was the CFO of Real Capital Analytics (RCA) and then later, President of Real Estate Analytics, LLC (an RCA spin-off). Neal began his career in JPMorgan’s Investment Bank, where he was responsible for currency derivative sales and trading teams across Southeast Asia and served on the JPMorgan Asia-Pacific Executive Committee.
Neal earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce.
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Non-member senior financial executives who are CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Directors of Finance and Controllers (or the like) are welcome to attend this program for $60.
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Instructional method: Group-Live
Recommended CPE Credits: 1.5 credits in Economics
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: None
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