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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Bottom Line of Disabilities: The Social, Financial and Economic Impact in our Communities

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 3:29 PM

This event, in Salt Lake City, Utah, will examine the social, financial, and economic issues that impact how individuals with significant disabilities can be gainfully employed in the competitive labor market and safely integrated into the communities where they live. Panelists will include a cross section of business and community leaders and the role that governmental entities, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, researchers, businesses, and the nonprofit sector play in facilitating and advancing opportunities for these individuals.

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Rocky Mountain Economic Summit

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 3:07 PM

Join GIC and the Bronze Buffalo Club for this annual tradition in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Featuring three Federal Reserve Bank presidents, entrepreneurs, and leaders in finance and academia, the 2014 Rocky Mountain Economic Summit is a one-of-a-kind event that you don't want to miss!

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Managing Currency Risk in the ETF Space

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:54 PM

GIC's event in NY will feature:
• Dino Kos, Head of Global Regulatory Affairs, CLS
• David Kotok, CIO of Cumberland Advisors and GIC Vice Chair of the Central Banking Series
• Joe Mahoney, ETF Sales & Trading, JaneStreet
• Catherine Mann, Ph.D., Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg Professor of Global Finance at Brandeis University’s International Business School and GIC Board Member
• Andrew McOrmond, Managing Director, ETF Execution Services at WallachBeth
• Joseph Nelesen, Member of the Product Management and Consulting Team, iShares U.S. Product
• Vito Racanelli, Senior Editor of Barron’s
• Don Rissmiller, Founding Partner, Strategas Research Partners and GIC Board Member
• Rhonda Schaffler, Multimedia Video Reporter and Anchor, Reuters Insider
• Jeremy Schwartz, Director of Research, WisdomTree
• Kathleen Stephansen, Chief Economist, AIG and GIC Board Member
• Jason Trennert, Chairman and CEO, Strategas Research Partners


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Monetary Policy and Currency Issues in 2014: QE or Not QE

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:50 PM

Featuring:
• Katarzyna Zajdel-Kurowska, Member of the Board, National Bank of Poland
• David Altig, Ph.D., Executive Vice President and Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
• Manuel Balmaseda, Chief Economist, CEMEX
• Julian Callow, Former Chief International Economist, Barclays
• John Calverly, Head of Macroeconomics, Standard Chartered
• Michael Drury, Chief Economist at McVean Trading and Investments
• Stephane Duo, Global Head of Macro Strategy Research, UBS Investment Bank
• Larry Hatheway, Managing Director and Head of Global Asset Allocation, UBS Investment Bank
• Kozo Koide, Chief Economist, DIAM
• Catherine Mann, Ph.D., Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg Professor of Global Finance at Brandeis University’s International Business School and Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
• Michael Marrese, Head of EMEA EM Economics and Sovereign Strategy, JPMorgan
• Don Rissmiller, Founding Partner of Strategas Research Partners


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Monetary Policy in Transition: Implications for Growth, Markets and the Dollar

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:41 PM

Join GIC for the 32nd Annual Monetary and Trade Conference as we welcome the following speakers:
• Doug Duncan, Ph.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for Fannie Mae
• Bill Dunkelberg Ph.D., Chief Economist of the National Federation of Independent Business and GIC Board Member
• Stu Hoffman, Ph.D., Chief Economist of PNC Bank
• Andre Kurman, Professor of Economics, LeBow College of Business, Drexel University
• Mickey Levy, Ph.D., Chief Economist of Blenheim LLC
• Catherine Mann, Ph.D., Rosenberg Professor of Global Finance at Brandeis University’s International Business School, Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and GIC Board Member
William Poole, Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Honoring a Global Citizen: Jeffrey Lacker

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 2:55 PM

The Global Interdependence Center is pleased to recognize Jeffrey Lacker, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, as the 2013 Global Citizen.

Recipients of the Global Citizen Award have demonstrated a commitment to the principles set forth in our Declaration of Interdependence and have been strong advocates of GIC’s efforts to encourage the development of worldwide communities through increased knowledge, understanding and partnership.

GIC is honored to present President Lacker, a frequent speaker at GIC events, with this award.

The League’s Dress Code requires Business Casual Attire for ladies and gentlemen. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt and slacks; turtleneck and mock-turtleneck shirts may be worn when accompanied by a suit jacket or sport coat. At no time are jeans, sneakers, athletic clothing, or shorts permitted. The League reserves the right to refuse admittance to anyone not adhering to the Dress Code.


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Thursday, September 05, 2013

The U.S. and Bahrain: A Conversation with Houda Ezra Nonoo, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United States

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:26 PM

Held at the University of Pennsylvania, this event will feature a reception and talk by the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United States.

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Women and Risk: Myth or Market Opportunity?

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:26 PM

GIC's inaugural women's conference will feature:
-Sheila Bair, Former Chairperson of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
-Sandra Pianalto, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
-Mary Caraccioli, Executive Producer of Al Jazeera America and GIC Board Member
-Marg Franklin, Marret Private Wealth
-Mary Graham Davis, President of the Davis Consulting Group LLC
-Marsha Jones, Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
-Susan Kalla, Contributing Editor at Forbes
-Monika Machon, Global Head of Asset Management at AIG

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Celebration of Interdependence

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:26 PM

Join GIC for this year’s Celebration of Interdependence, honoring Ghana and featuring a silent auction and dinner stations.


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Thursday, June 13, 2013

GIC and Drexel Present Vice President Joseph Boakai of Liberia

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:48 PM

Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai of the Republic of Liberia will join GIC members and friends for an afternoon discussion about Liberia and Africa. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to discuss emerging markets with an executive-level policymaker!

Thursday, June 20, 2 - 4 p.m.
Paul Peck Alumni Center at Drexel University

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Tuesday, June 04, 2013

The Evolving Market Landscape, plus a special feature on America’s Cities

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 10:28 AM

Join GIC in Bermuda for a discussion on global banking, monetary policy, inflation and the macroeconomy, featuring:
- Michael Bryan, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta;
- Harvey Rosenblum, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas;
- Herb Taylor, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia;
- Dennis Archer, Dennis W. Archer PLLC;
- Tom Donlan, Barron’s;
- Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae;
- William Dunkelberg, Liberty Bell Bank;
- Patrick Gannon, Smart Grid Interoperability Panel;
- Peter Gold, TheGoldGroup, LLC;
- David Kotok, Cumberland Advisors;
- Nathan Kowalski, CFA Society Bermuda;
- Robert Kurtter, Moody’s Investors Service;
- Catherine Mann, Brandeis University;
- Paul McCulley, the Global Society of Fellows;
- John Mousseau, Cumberland Advisors;
- Donald Rissmiller, Strategas Research Partners;
- Stephen Sexauer, Allianz Global Investors Solutions;
- Kathleen Stephansen, AIG Asset Management;
- George Tsetsekos, Drexel’s LeBow College of Business.


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Fifth Annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 10:19 AM

Join many of the best minds in finance at the fifth annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit on July 12 in Jackson Hole, Wyo.

This event will feature:
- Jim Bullard of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis;
- Charles Plosser of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia;
- Axel Weber of UBS;
- Julian Callow of Barclays;
- Bill Dunkelberg of the National Federation of Independent Business;
- Michael Drury of McVean Trading & Investments;
- J. Paul Horne, an independent international market economist;
- Kozo Koide of DIAM Co Ltd.;
- David Kotok of Cumberland Advisors;
- Catherine Mann of Brandeis University;
- Paul McCulley of the GIC Global Society of Fellows;
- Tyler Norton of the Hyde-Norton Group;
- Steve Sexauer of Allianz Global Investors Solutions;
- Charles Silverman of Wells Fargo; and
- George Tsetsekos of Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business.

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Recovery 2013 – Strength or Stagnation?

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 3:12 PM

The European recovery has widespread implications. Monetary and fiscal policy in countries around the world will be shaped, in part, on the strength of the euro zone. Join Presidents Charles Plosser and Eric Rosengren of the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Boston respectively, as well as industry leaders and academics form the U.S. and Italy, in Milan, Italy on May 16 as they discuss the prospect of the European recovery.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The 31st Annual Monetary & Trade Conference in Partnership with Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business: Fixing the Banking System for Good

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 2:21 PM

Join GIC and the LeBow College of Business for the 31st annual monetary and trade conference at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, featuring:
Lord Adair Turner, Senior Fellow of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (via video stream)
Jeffrey Sachs, Director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University (via video stream)
Domenic D’Ginto, Senior Vice President at PNC
Uli Kortsch, President of Global Partners Investments
Laurence Kotlikoff, William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor at Boston University
David Kotok, Co-Founder and CIO of Cumberland Advisors
Michael Kumhof, Deputy Division Chief, Modeling Unit, Research Department, IMF
Herb Taylor, Vice President and Corporate Secretary for the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

You can also view this event via UStream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/federal-reserve-bank-of-philadelphia.

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Friday, February 22, 2013

Join GIC in Abu Dhabi for "The Middle East: Emerging Opportunities and Challenges in the Economic Landscape"

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 4:17 PM

The Global Interdependence Center -- in partnership with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Higher Colleges of Technology -- present a full-day program on March 26, 2013, in Abu Dhabi featuring:

• Richard Fisher, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
• Don Rissmiller, Chief Economist of Strategas Research Partners
• John Silvia, Managing Director and Chief Economist at Wells Fargo
• Michael Drury, Chief Economist of McVean Trading & Investments
• David Kotok, CIO at Cumberland Advisors and GIC Vice Chair
• Samer Khalidi, Executive Director of NBK Capital
• Hassan Fattah, Editor-in-Chief of The National
• Rajeev Dhawan, Director of the Economic Forecasting Center at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University
• George Tsetsekos, Dean Emeritus of the Lebow College of Business at Drexel University
• Essa Abdulfattah Kazim, CEO and Managing Director of Dubai Financial Market

Visit http://bit.ly/GICinUAE.


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Friday, January 18, 2013

How to Predict the Next Financial Crisis

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 10:20 AM

Join GIC at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia as we welcome Richard Vague, President of the Governor’s Woods Foundation and Managing Partner, Gabriel Investments and Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-At-Large, the Atlantic and Senior Fellow at the American Strategy Forum at the New American Foundation, for a discussion on the findings from their recent paper, “How to Predict the Next Financial Crisis”.

Program Agenda
11:45AM Registration
12:00PM Luncheon
1:00-4:00PM Program with Audience Q&A

Registration: $50 • GIC Members $35
Register online at www.interdependence.org or call GIC at 215-238-0990

The Pennsylvania Room at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
7th and Arch Sts. Philadelphia, PA 19106
Please bring photo ID.

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Monday, July 02, 2012

Providing a Sustainable Model for Permanent, Primary Healthcare Infrastructure in Ghana and Other Developing Nations

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 11:54 AM

Join GIC for the first event in our partnership with Sanford Health. This two-day conference will focus on the topic of building sustainable healthcare models in developing regions and will include discussions on healthcare needs, the development of healthcare infrastructure, the impact of philanthropy, and the role of food security in improving healthcare. This program will include a visit to one of Sanford's existing World Clinic sites in Ghana.

Invited Speakers:

David Link, Senior Executive Vice President, Sanford Health

Dana Allison, Executive Director, Women's World Health Initiative

Peter Lamptey, President, Public Health Programs & Family Health International

Dr. Opoku Edusei, President, Ghana Medical Association

Sylvester Mesah, CEO, National Health Insurance Authority

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Thursday, June 07, 2012

4th Annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit

Posted to Event by Ms. Kimberly Wood of Global Interdependence Center at 1:40 PM

Join GIC in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for the 4th Annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit! This year's Summit will feature panels consisting of the brightest minds in economics and politics, as well as, discussions on energy policy and Federal Reserve policy.

Registration is available on the GIC website!

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Economic Development and the Banking Sector in Nigeria

Posted to Event by Ms. Kimberly Wood of Global Interdependence Center at 11:51 AM

GIC Central Banker Series Presents: Dr. Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, Deputy Director of the Central Bank of Nigeria

Join us for an in-depth look at the economy of Nigeria and it's growing ties to the US Economy. We will also discuss the central bank policy of Africa's largest economy!

Dr. Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu is Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria in charge of the Financial System Stability (FSS) Directorate. He is responsible for the implementation of far-reaching reforms to enhance the quality and stability of banks and other financial institutions. He supervises the following Departments of the Central Bank of Nigeria: Financial Policy and Regulation Department, Banking Supervision Department, Other Financial Institutions Supervision Department, and the Development Finance Department. He is also a member of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria's Economic Management Team (EMT).

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Monday, April 09, 2012

The 30th Annual Monetary & Trade Conference: Demographics, Politics, and Economic Growth

Posted to Event by Ms. Kimberly Wood of Global Interdependence Center at 2:09 PM

Join GIC as we partner with Drexel University's LeBow College of Business for our annual half-day conference, this year focusing on the impact demographics has on politics.

Changes in the size and composition of a country's population are gradual, even glacial, in comparison to the fast pace of economic change and financial market volatility. Yet these changes will exert strong influences on the path of economic growth and the political stability and character of a country. What types of populations are supportive of the development of democratic style governments? When a bulge of retiring workers wants to sell its large houses and financial assets to a smaller group of younger residents, what happens? What are the implications of the age pyramid for the ability of a country to fund its social liabilities? Can there be "job creation" if there is no population growth? If population growth is achieved through immigration rather than through a high citizen birth rate, what happens?


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Thursday, February 09, 2012

Re-Examining Central Bank Orthodoxy for Unorthodox Times

Posted to Event by Ms. Kimberly Wood of Global Interdependence Center at 1:27 PM

Join GIC for the first program in our 2012 Abroad series! This two day event will include a full day conference, in partnership with the Banque de France, as well as a half day private roundtable discussion.

This program will be the inaugural event of the Global Society of Fellows. The conference will include the presentation of two policy papers, "Does Central Bank Independence Interfere with Pursuing an Optimal Monetary/Fiscal Policy Mix in a Liquidity Trap?", written by Paul McCulley, Chair of the GIC Global Society of Fellows, and "Are Central Banks Innocent Bystanders in Wealth and Income Distribution Outcomes?," written by John Silvia, Chief Economist for Wells Fargo.

Bill Miller, CFA, Chairman, Chief Investment Officer & Portfolio Manager of Legg Mason Capital Management, will present the keynote on "Time Travel in the Minsky Moment".


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Debt Agencies' Role in the Global Debt Capital Markets: Past, Present & Future

Posted to Event by Ms. Kimberly Wood of Global Interdependence Center at 11:57 AM

Join the Global Interdependence Center for this half day conference as we explore the role, influence and evolution of rating agencies as they pertain to capital debt markets.

Debt ratings agencies are instrumental to the debt capital markets. Firms such as S&P, Moody's and Egan Jones commit considerable resources in assessing the creditworthiness of borrowers, enabling investors and lenders to make informed credit decisions.

However, with the onset of the global financial crisis, there are many questions. Does the present debt rating system actually work? Is it proactive, or reactive? How was the present system created? Are there conflicts of interest? What impact does "politics" have with respect to rating determinations? Most importantly, does the present system & Process serve investors adequately by providing independent information?

Please join us on February 29th at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia as we address these questions.


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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Food and Inflation: Truth and Consequences

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 2:23 PM

The Global Interdependence Center, in conjunction with the Memphis Economics Club and the University of Memphis Fogelman College of Business, is bringing together the world's experts on agriculture and inflation to discuss these issues. What is the view of the Federal Reserve concerning food inflation, its effects on US monetary policy and the transmission of the policy throughout the world? What is the current state of the supply and demand in the grain and meat markets, and the outlook for 2012? Will technology respond and how will the industry adapt? Is ethanol a boon or a burden to the Agricultural industry and what does the future hold for this alternative energy?

Agriculture is changing as the demands of the Emerging Markets challenge the ability of current technology to meet its needs. Higher prices are the signal, what will be the response? Join us in Memphis February 8th to listen and join the debate. If you eat, you are already involved!

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Views on the Economic Outlook and Federal Reserve Policy: An Evening with Atlanta Fed CEO Dennis Lockhart in Sarasota, FL

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:48 PM

The Global Interdependence Center is delighted to partner with New College of Florida on the first of two events planned for 2012. The keynote speech will be given by Dennis Lockhart, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

The 14th president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Dennis P. Lockhart is an expert in global banking and commerce. His speech will examine the economic challenges facing the United States in 2012, including sluggish growth, stubbornly high unemployment, and the European debt crisis. Mr. Lockhart will also look at how monetary policy affects, and is affected by those factors. Prior to joining the Bank in 2007, he was on the faculty of Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service. Previous to that, was managing partner at the private equity firm of Zephyr Management, and held various positions, domestic and international, at Citicorp/Citibank.


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Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Rethinking the Weather, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Weather Channel

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 10:04 AM

The Global Interdependence Center is delighted to welcome Paul Walsh, VP, Weather Analytics, The Weather Channel Companies for a luncheon program at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

2011 was yet another year with unprecedented and high impact weather events, both in the United States and abroad. In this presentation, learn how the convergence of new weather technology and sensing capabilities, "big data" analytics, high speed computing, and enhanced forecasting capabilities are enabling businesses and analysts to rethink how they leverage weather and environmental information to make more effective and profitable decisions.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Global Interdependence Center Honors Philadelphia Federal Reserve President, Charles Plosser, with the 2011 Global Citizen Award

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 4:36 PM

November 8, 2011
Union League of Philadelphia
Meade Room
12pm - 2pm

The Global Interdependence Center invites you to join us as we honor Charles Plosser, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, as the 2011 recipient of the Global Citizen Award.

It is our honor to recognize Dr. Plosser for his commitment to encouraging global dialogue and free trade, principals outlined in our Declaration of Interdependence. As a member of the Federal Open Market Committee (FMOC), he has been intimately involved with making decisions that affect our ever increasingly interdependent global economy. In addition to lending the support of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve to many GIC programs and events, President Plosser continues to support the mission of GIC by serving as a speaker and delegate for numerous GIC conferences domestically and internationally.

GIC Members $60 Non-Members $75

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Thursday, June 23, 2011

3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Summit

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:56 PM

Join the Global Interdependence Center, in partnership with the Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs for this conference taking place at the Snow King Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

The conference will include sessions on manufacturing, hot topics in economics and sovereign debt issues. The keynote discussion will focus on monetary policy and feature Jim Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and Dennis Lockhart, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

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Friday, June 10, 2011

What's the Future of Energy? Post-Japan & Other Global Energy Disasters

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 3:47 PM

James Lucier, Energy Analyst and Managing Director, Capital Alpha Partners

The Global Interdependence Center welcomes you to join us for this engaging talk on nuclear power post-Japan. Mr. Lucier will discuss the lessons learned from the Kobe and Tohoku earthquakes, Three Mile Island and BP Deepwater Horizon. He will also address the political implications for nuclear power in the US and abroad, status of the Japanese nuclear power industry, and the future of nuclear energy.

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Monday, March 14, 2011

Perspectives on the Upheaval in Egypt - March 22

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 1:28 PM

Join GIC and Temple CIBER as we explore the economic, political and commercial implications of the recent Egyptian uprising.

Daniel Kutner, Consul General of Israel will serve as the Keynote Speaker.

March 22, 2011
4-7PM at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. http://www.interdependence.org/Event-03-22-11.php

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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Join GIC in Rome! April 6-7-8, 2011

Posted to Event by Ms. Jillian M Fornito of Global Interdependence Center at 10:51 AM

Join GIC as we bring together leading Italian, U.S. and European experts in central bank policy, the capital markets, the economy and professional investors as we continue our International Conference Series in Rome this Spring.

April 6th
GIC Welcome dinner.

April 7th
Conference in partnership with, the Bank of Italy, the Italian Banking, Insurance and Finance Federation, and the Council for the United States and Italy. Held at the historic and beautifully restored Palazzo Altieri.

GIC is delighted to welcome Sandra Pianalto, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland as a Speaker and Delegate.

April 8th
GIC’s Private Roundtable Discussion.
Held under Chatham House Rule, and open only to the GIC Delegates and invited guests, our Roundtable Discussion has become a hallmark of GIC’s international conferences. This conversation will focus on European and other sovereign debt issues.

Contact: Jillian Fornito jfornito@interdependence.org or 215-898-9453

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