This month’s WIN Breakfast Meeting is Friday, August 22, in the Tuscany Ballroom – Rooms D & F of the Peppermill Hotel/Casino.
The buffet opens at 7 a.m., with the program running from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. The entrance fee is $30 for non-members and $15 for members who do not have the Pre-Paid membership. Online ticket purchases will be available the month of the event, OR pay at the door.
This month’s Breakfast Sponsor is:
Gary Schlossberg “The Economic And Financial-Market Outlook Into 2015: What Next For The Post-‘Meltdown’ Economy”
Vice President & Senior Economist
Wells Capital Management
The economy continues to struggle through one of the weakest economic recoveries from the deepest recession since the 1930s Great Depression. Meanwhile, investors have reaped gains in an array of markets typically signaling a vote of confidence in the same U.S. economy struggling in recent years. Can both Wall Street and Main Street have it right? Our thoughts on the economy, interest rates and economic policy will try to shed some light on the implications for the economy, interest rates, the investment outlook and the risks common to all.
Mr. Schlossberg analyzes the economic and investment environment for Wells Capital Management and for other investment groups within Wells Fargo & Co. In that capacity, he works closely with the organization’s investment managers and sales people, nationwide. In addition to being a member of both the Wells Capital Asset Allocation and Fixed Income Strategy committees, Mr. Schlossberg participates in the Asset Allocation and Fixed Income Strategy of Wealth Management. Additionally, he regularly makes presentations to Wells Capital’s clients and prospects, analyzing conditions in the equity and fixed income markets along with developments in the foreign exchange and international capital markets.
Mr. Schlossberg is quoted in the financial press and appears on business radio and TV programs in the U.S., Japan and the U.K. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Mr. Schlossberg worked as a researcher at the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve Board covering international economic conditions. He did his graduate work at Pennsylvania State University and is a native of New York.