Thursday, February 15, 2024
2:00 – 3:00 pm (Eastern Time)
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Central Time)
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Mountain Time)
11:00 – 12:00 pm (Pacific Time)
Celebrate the New Year by attending the 12th Anniversary of BankersHub's exclusive look back at the previous year, along with some preparation for the year ahead! Join us as we again host Tom Brown, internationally recognized hedge fund manager and financial services analyst, for this complimentary webinar for the Financial Services industry.
This exclusive free event with Mr. Brown explores financial trends and drivers behind 2023's explosive Dow Jones and financial trends with critical insights for Financial Services Executives, Bank Board Directors, Investors, and other industry practitioners looking ahead at 2024.
While investors ended the year counting their gains in the stock market, they are also keeping their eyes on what they year ahead holds for interest rate changes, global unrest in Europe/Middle East/Pacific, crypto craziness and more...and of course, who can forget (even if you keep trying) the upcoming US elections in November! For those who enjoy the ups and downs of unexplored territory, 2024 promises to not disappoint.
Tom Brown, globally recognized financial services authority, provides not only his perspective on the year that was, but offers critical insights and views on what lies ahead for the financial services industry. More than any other year in our lifetime, this is a must-see event for professionals whose success depends on a better grasp of key drivers and trends in this very volatile industry.
What attendees will Learn from the must-attend banking webinar:
- Review of key issues and trends from 2023 that influenced both domestic and international markets, as well as the Financial Services industry in general
- The outlook for 2024 and the impact on markets from Fed interest rate adjustments, continue impacts to global supply chains, increases in bank M&A, and MUCH more
- Major issues and challenges that confront the industry in 2024 and beyond
- Ideas and perspectives from the investor/shareholder point of view
1.0 CPE Credits