Tuesday, February 4, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)
Federal Reserve Bank – Detroit Branch
1600 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, MI 48207
CUSBA – SIGNATURE EVENT
8th Annual Cross – Border
Economic Forecast Meeting & Luncheon Presentation
Tuesday February 4, 2020
11:30 am to 2:00 pm
CUSBA is pleased to host our 8th Annual Cross-Border Economic Forecast Meeting & Luncheon at the Visitors Center of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Detroit Branch.
1600 East Warren Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48207
11:30 am to 12:00 – Registration & Networking
12:00 to 1:45 pm – Lunch & Economic Forecast
1:45 to 2:00 pm – Federal Reserve Vault Tours
2020 GUEST PANELISTS
Paul Traub is the Senior Business Economist at the Detroit Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago where his responsibilities include both research and current analysis. Prior to joining the economic research department of the Chicago Fed, Traub was the president of Scenario Economics LLC and senior economist for Americas Commercial Transportation Research Company, LLC (ACT Research).Traub retired in 2008 from the position of corporate economist with 25 years of service at Chrysler LLC. Traub currently is on the board of directors of the Detroit Association of Business Economists; is a member of the National Association of Business Economists and the Detroit Economic Club; is on advisory boards for Lawrence Technological University College of Management, Baker College of Flint Business School and the U.S. Army TACOM LCMC; and has served as an adjunct faculty member at Oakland University in the School of Business. He holds a B.B.A. from the University of Michigan – Dearborn and an M.B.A. from Oakland University.
Jean-François Perrault, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, Scotiabank. Jean-François Perrault joined Scotiabank in 2015 as Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist. He leads a team of Economists to support Scotiabank’s domestic and international business lines and clients from retail to capital markets, providing Scotiabank’s senior executives, business lines and customers with perspectives, insights and forecasts on economic, financial market and policy developments. Prior to joining Scotiabank, Jean-François held prominent roles with the federal government, the Bank of Canada, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
The WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation(WE EDC) is the region’s lead economic development agency and a dedicated catalyst for business growth and expansion. We attract new businesses to our region, help strengthen existing businesses and support entrepreneurship. WE EDC is supported by the Town of Amherstburg, Town of Essex, Town of Kingsville, Town of Lakeshore, Town of LaSalle, Municipality of Leamington, Pelee Island, Town of Tecumseh, and the City of Windsor. It is responsible for advancing economic development to grow and sustain prosperity in the region. www.choosewindsoressex.com
CO – SPONSORS
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SPECIAL SECURITY SCREENING
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Detroit Branch Visitors Center is a unique venue.
All individuals visiting the Visitors Center will be subject to the Federal Reserve Detroit Branch screening process which requires your name to be registered at the front security gate, all Visitors Must Show Government – Issued Photo ID before entering the visitors centre and all visitors and items are subject to X-Ray Security Clearance.
NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR
PLEASE ALLOW 10 EXTRA MINUTES FOR SECURITY CLEARANCE
CUSBA will be arranging a post event tour of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Detroit Branch that includes a discussion of the US Federal Reserve System and a direct view into the cash department which processes and disburses Millions of US Currency across the Michigan and Mid-Western area banks on a daily basis.
Additional CUSBA Event Information and Sponsorship / Partner Opportunites Contact: Amber Dunn, Marketing Coordinator & Senior Administrator. email@example.com
The Detroit Branch is the only branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Founded in 1927, the bank was originally located in downtown Detroit and has since relocated to a building in Detroit’s Eastern Market Historic District. Sitting on 17 acres of land, the $80-million, 220,000-square-foot building is one of the most secure and heavily guarded structures in the city of Detroit. It houses one of the largest single repositories of currency in the country and is responsible for destroying old money, sending out new money to banks, inspecting currency for counterfeit bills, and conducting extensive economic analyses. It also ensures that banks comply with regulatory requirements.
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