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|409-The Financial Crisis of the Early 21st Century, Will It Ever End?|
|The past five years have been nothing, if not extraordinary, when it comes to the world’s financial and economic markets. This session will review the highlights (and lowlights) of the past five years of economic turmoil starting in August 2007, with particular focus on what has transpired over the past 12 months since the last TMANE conference. In addition to discussing developments in the US and
Global economies, the speaker will offer his insights into the ongoing European financial crisis, as well as where Europe and the rest of the world may be headed.
The speaker is a recovering Economic Analyst who currently leads the Finance Practice at the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) in Bethesda, MD.
Kalish, Association for Financial Professionals
Mr. Kalish joined the AFP in October 2008. Mr. Kalish has responsibility for the Finance Practice which includes Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Capital Markets, Investor Relations, Financial Planning & Analysis, Accounting and Financial Reporting.
Mr. Kalish has over 20 years experience in Finance, Treasury and Investor Relations. Prior to joining AFP, Mr. Kalish held a number of treasury and finance positions with the Federal Home Loan Bank – Office of Finance, Washington Mutual, NRUCFC, Fifth Third Bank and Fannie Mae.