ICTF’s Complimentary Webinar: State of the Global Economy

– A global economic overview and forecast for 2019 –

Register for this complimentary webcast to hear FCIA’s distinguished international economist Byron Shoulton discuss the U.S. and global economies. Review major economic and political developments and other factors that may create uncertainty in key markets. Find out which economies are expected to contribute to global growth and which ones may decline; discuss volatile markets and hot spots, and factors that could create uncertainty in key markets.


Register for this complimentary webcast to hear FCIA’s distinguished international economist Byron Shoulton discuss the U.S. and global economies. Review major economic and political developments and other factors that may create uncertainty in key markets. Find out which economies are expected to contribute to global growth and which ones may decline; discuss volatile markets and hot spots, and factors that could create uncertainty in key markets.

FREE for ICTF Members and FCIA Invitees
Non-Members: $70
FCIA Invitees: please use promo code FCIA when registering

*Your log on information will be sent a day in advance.
*unlimited participants from the same location in a conference room setting – registration includes one telephone and web connection
*In order to qualify for the discounted member registration rate, the participant must hold an active ICTF membership at the time of registration and at the time of the event.

Speaker Bio: Byron Shoulton is vice president and international economist at FCIA Management Co. Shoulton joined FCIA in 1980 with a focus on the Latin America debt crisis and later assumed the responsibility for global risk analysis. Shoulton monitors global economic, trade and political trends impacting trade finance risks, conducting quarterly country rankings, and traveling globally to assess country risks. He speaks regularly at various trade seminars. In addition, Shoulton publishes the monthly ‘Major Country Developments’ available to FCIA brokers and policyholders.

 

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