Meeting Number: 629 420 700
Meeting Password: dZMmcBhc347
Please note opening remarks will start around 12:15 PM
U.S. 2020 Elections: A Lot Is At Stake For Markets
Elections always matter and this year's will be no exception, as the outcome will have a major impact on the U.S. economy and capital markets. MRB Global Strategist Peter Perkins will examine the key factors that will likely determine who will be the next president and which party will control the House and Senate, focusing most closely on the all-important swing states. He will also discuss how the significant policy differences between the two parties may affect the overall equity market and specific sectors, including energy, financials, health care and technology, and put them into the broader domestic and global economic context.
Partner, Global Strategy
Peter Perkins is a founding partner. He has extensive experience, both as a strategist and economist. Mr. Perkins focuses on asset allocation issues and strategy, key drivers of the global economy and capital markets, as well as investment opportunities and risks. He works closely with MRB clients on tactical and strategic asset allocation, assisting them in interpreting and translating macroeconomic and policy factors into a tailored investment strategy. Mr. Perkins speaks widely at conferences, seminars and client meetings and regularly participates in investment committee meetings for select investment management firms.
Over his career, Mr. Perkins has covered all major asset classes and regions, and worked in the U.S., Hong Kong, Mexico, and Canada, before recently relocating to the U.K. Prior to forming MRB, he was Managing Editor at BCA Research Inc., focusing on tactical asset allocation and supporting major clients. Mr. Perkins has a Master of Economics from Pennsylvania State University and B.A in Economics from the University of Maryland.
Please note, attendees are asked to bring their own lunches. There is no charge for Members for this event, however registration is required in advance.
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Boston, MA 02110
CE CreditCFA Boston has determined that this event qualifies for 1 CE credit hours under the guidelines of CFA Institute's Continuing Education Program. If you are a CFA Institute member, CE credit for your participation in this event will be automatically recorded in your CE tracking tool.