11th Annual Cross-Border Economic Forecast Luncheon (In-Person or Virtual)

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11th Annual Cross-Border Economic Forecast Luncheon (In-Person or Virtual)

CUSBA - SIGNATURE EVENT 11th Annual Cross-Border Economic Forecast Meeting & Luncheon

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Date and time

Location

Federal Reserve Bank - Detroit Branch 1600 East Warren Avenue Detroit, MI 48207

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

 

CUSBA - SIGNATURE EVENT

11th Annual Cross-Border Economic Forecast Meeting & Luncheon

Tuesday, February 7, 2023

11:30 am to 2:00 pm 

 

CUSBA is pleased to host our 11th 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

AGENDA

11:30 am to 12:00 - Registration & Networking

12:00 to 2:00 pm - Lunch & Economic Forecast Panel with Q&A

Virtual Attendees:

Join for Panel Discussion - 12:00PM

A link will be sent to registered virtual attendees closer to the event.

CUSBA is pleased to host our 11th Annual Cross-Border Economic Forecast Meeting & Luncheon back at the Visitors Center of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Detroit Branch. We invite you to join us for our first in-person event again!

If you are not able to join us in-person, you can register to join us virtually and we will send you a zoom link.

Please note: In-Person Registration Closes at noon on Thursday, February 2nd!

SPEAKERS

  • Martin Lavelle, Senior Business Economist, Detroit Branch of the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank
  • Michael Gregory, CFA, Deputy Chief Economist and Head of U.S. Economics, BMO Capital Markets
  • Moderator: Mark R. High, President, Canada-U.S. Business Association

  

EVENT SPONSORS

Dickinson Wright

Founded in 1878, Dickinson Wright is a full-service business law firm with more than 475 lawyers practicing across 19 offices in 40+ practice areas. During our 140-year history, the firm has expanded into one of the fastest-growing AmLaw 200 firms in the country. With a proud history of diversity and inclusion, client service, and a longstanding tradition of excellence, our lawyers are sophisticated, versatile, and accessible, providing practical legal advice while vigorously advocating to achieve our clients’ objectives. To learn more about Dickinson Wright, please visit www.dickinsonwright.com.

                  

Contact Amber Dunn to discuss potential sponsorship opportunities.

AMBER DUNN   amberdunn9@gmail.com

 

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 center 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

COVID-19 POLICY

Must be fully vaccinated and boosted to attend this event at the Federal Reserve Bank.

A separate link will be sent to you attesting to your vaccination status.

Additional CUSBA Event Information and Sponsorship / Partner Opportunities Contact: Amber Dunn, Marketing Coordinator & Senior Administrator. amberdunn9@gmail.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.