A new year brings with it new trends, new opportunities, and especially this year, a new host of challenges and uncertainty. Considering the economic and political horizon in North America and abroad, 2017 will surely be one of great interest to financial experts and business owners alike.
To help you prepare for the year ahead, Richter is organizing its 3rd annual Economic Forecast Forum, a breakfast event hosted by partners Mitch Silverstein and Giovanni Di Maria. Each year, this event gives attendees insights into the coming months from leading industry experts – what trends are on the horizon, what opportunities await, and the best advice for how to navigate through what’s ahead. This year, our keynote speaker is Mr. Benjamin Tal, Deputy Chief Economist at CIBC World Markets Inc.
“It’s hard to think of a more important time in recent history to hear from an expert on what we can expect from the economy in the coming year. There are so many economic and political factors in play that will impact our businesses and our decision-making in 2017. I am very excited for you to join me for our 3rd annual Economic Forecast Forum in Toronto as Richter presents Benjamin Tal and his tremendous insights on what lies ahead. See you there!” – Mitch Silverstein, Partner
“I am extremely excited to host our 3rd annual Economic Forecast breakfast. What better way to start the year as our clients and friends navigate through 2017’s economic trends than with none other than Benjamin Tal! Join us; it’s going to be AMAZING.” – Giovanni Di Maria, Partner
2017 Economic Forecast Forum
Presented by Richter
When: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Where: Arcadian Loft
301 Bay Street, 8th Floor
Time: 7:30a.m. – 9:00a.m.
To attend this breakfast event, click here:
What was discussed at last year’s Economic Forecast? Review what Douglas Porter, Chief Economist and Managing Director at BMO Financial Group had to say about 2016, here.
About our guest speaker:
Mr. Benjamin Tal, Deputy Chief Economist at CIBC World Markets Inc., is responsible for analyzing economic developments and their implications for North American fixed income, equity, foreign exchange, and commodities markets. He is known for his published research on topics such as labour market dynamics and international trade, and has close to 20 years of experience advising clients, industry leaders and corporate boards on economic and financial issues.