Date: Wednesday 8th March
Venue: Limerick Strand Hotel- 6th Floor - City View Suite
Start Time: 7:30am Finish Time: 9am
Guest Speakers: Carl Tannenbaum, Chief Economist, Northern Trust
Dr. Loretta O’Sullivan, Group Chief Economist, Bank of Ireland
Ms. Caroline Kelleher, Director Of Policy, Limerick Chamber
Free to Members & €20.00 for Non-Members
This Business Breakfast will cover all the major economic trends expected for 2017, it will also cover aspects of Trump - Tax implications and protection policies as well as the effects of Brexit.
Carl Tannenbaum is the Executive Vice President and Chief Economist for Northern Trust.
Prior to joining Northern Trust, Carl led a team at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago whose charter was to analyze financial risk, its implication for the broad economy and policy choices to address it. He served as the head of the entire Federal Reserve System's risk group in Washington for a year, working closely with Federal Reserve System Governors and senior officials. Preceding his work at the Federal Reserve, Carl served as chief economist and head of balance sheet management at LaSalle Bank/ABN AMRO, where he worked for 24 years. He received a bachelor's degree in finance and economics and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago. He is a past chairman of the Conference of Business Economists and also a past president of the National Association for Business Economics and the North American Asset/Liability Management Association.
Dr. Loretta O'Sullivan is Group Chief Economist at Bank of Ireland. Loretta heads up the Economic Research Unit and is responsible for economic analysis, including commentary, forecasts and research for various Group stakeholders and customers. She joined the Group from the Central Bank of Ireland, where she held the position of Senior Economist within the Monetary Policy & International Relations Division. Prior to that, she was a Senior Economist at the Department of Finance, during which time she was seconded for two years to the European Commission's Economic and Financial Affairs Directorate in Brussels. Loretta holds a Ph.D in Economics from Trinity College Dublin, an MA in Policy, Management and Government from the University of York, and a BA (Mod) in Economics and Social Studies from Trinity College Dublin.
Ms Caroline Kelleher is Director of Policy with Limerick Chamber. Caroline leads the planning, delivery and evaluation of the Chamber’s policy programme, stakeholder engagement programme and public affairs programme. Caroline joined Limerick Chamber in 2016 having previously worked in DKM Economic Consultants as a Senior Economist. Prior to that she worked as a Consultant with AECOM Strategic Planning & Advisory and Goodbody Economic Consultants. Preceding her time as an Economist, Caroline worked in the Financial Services sector in Australia and as a Teaching Assistant in University College Cork. Caroline holds a Masters in Economic Science from University College, Cork, a Post Graduate Diploma in Statistics from Trinity College Dublin and a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics from University College, Cork. Caroline is also a CIMA qualified management accountant.
Places are limited, so please contact Caoimhe Moloney firstname.lastname@example.org or 061 217 607