Federal Reserve Business Roundtable Discussion with Andy Bauer

As leaders for the Baltimore business community, FEI finance leaders work to set high standards for corporate and government action on issues such as financial integrity, ethics, and inclusion, corporate governance, and cybersecurity.

On May 29th join us for lunch and Business Roundtable, (12:00-1:30pm) and learn more about our leadership in action on these important public policy and economic topics.  Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore Regional Executive and Economist, Andy Bauer, will help facilitate the roundtable and provide an economic update.

Andy is a Vice President and Regional Executive at for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore Branch.  In addition to following the national economic outlook, Bauer monitors the Fifth District economy with a special focus on Maryland and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan areas.

Event seating is limited. 

Date:  Wednesday, April 29, 2019

Time:  12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (Lunch Included)

Location:  Federal Reserve Baltimore Branch, 502 S. Sharp Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

Registration Fee:  $25 Members | $40 Non-Members

CPE:  This event qualfies for one (1.5) CPE credits in the field of Economics.

Onsite parking is limited.  Check-in to the secure building requires a valid Government ID.

Have questions or need registration support?  Contact Denise Parker, Chapter Administrator, at 813.494.9551 or baltimorefei@gmail.com.

Speakers

Andy Bauer

Vice President
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond - Baltimore Branch

Credits

1.50 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Economics, Technical

Prerequisites

none

Credits

1.50 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Economics, Technical

Prerequisites

none

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