In its 5th year, the Economic Leadership Forum, presented by Bank of America, in conjunction with Rutgers University (and produced by NJBankers), will take place January 15 at The Palace at Somerset Park, Somerset.
It is an opportunity to hear from key thinkers on the issues that shape New Jersey.
Among other event highlights:
William Dudley, President/CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of NY and Vice Chairman of the FOMC, the committee responsible for formulating monetary policy, will share his insights.
Andrew Sieg, Managing Director, Head of Global Wealth & Retirement Solutions, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, will examine Multi-Generational Change.
Michele Siekerka, President/CEO, NJBIA, will discuss “Outmigration by the Numbers: How do we Stop the Exodus?”
Charlie Cook, founder of the Cook Political Report, will keynote the Economic Leadership Forum. With 2016 an election year, come hear one of the nation’s authorities on politics and US elections.
For years, we have heard about incubators and accelerators and how they have been helping start-ups reach maturity. Robert Musso, Managing Director, Stone Hall Innovations and Director, FinPro, will discuss the creation of the first “Cultivator” providing the resources, nurturing and energy to help companies become profitable, successful, and long term innovators.
What’s the current situation of commercial real estate in New Jersey? What does the future hold? A panel led by experts from Marcus & Millichap will explore the climate in New Jersey.
Healthcare is on everyone’s minds. What’s new on the healthcare landscape in New Jersey? Aetna NJ will provide insight; the forum’s line-up of speakers will touch on this and many more key business issues that affect the Garden State.
What will businesses in New Jersey need to do to attract and retain talent in the Millennial generation? A panel led by Wendy Cama, Crowe Horwath, with examine this topic.