“Economic, Regulatory, and Industry Outlook for 2013 and Beyond”
Hear from NCUA’s newly appointed Chief Economist John Worth on issues affecting credit unions today and what may be coming up on the horizon for 2013.
After a summer of economic and political turbulence in the U.S. and a fall marked by rising concerns about European economies, credit unions should take stock of the economic situation and reconsider their economic outlook. The economic situation and outlook should play a key role in strategic planning, business development, capital management, setting allowance for loan losses, and other activities.
In his discussion, Dr. Worth will cover:
Economic Opportunities and Outlook – Focusing on the current and future economic environment U.S. and in N.J.
Regulatory and Industry Outlook
NCUA’s current activities
Motivation behind recent decisions
Important and emerging issues for CUs in 2013 and beyond
This session will also include a roundtable discussion facilitated by Paul Gentile, President of the New Jersey Credit Union League, to inquire on what relevant topics should be considered for the 2013 Executive Leadership Sessions as well as other timely topics.
Meet the Speaker
John D. Worth is the Chief Economist of the NCUA. The mission of Office of the Chief Economist is to support NCUA’s safety and soundness goals through providing economic intelligence and enhancing NCUAs understanding of emerging microeconomic and macroeconomic risks, producing meaningful and robust modeling and risk identification tools, participating in agency and inter-agency policy development, and developing new initiatives.
Prior to joining NCUA, Dr. Worth spent nearly a decade at the U.S. Treasury and served as Director of the Office of Microeconomic Analysis between 2003 and 2010 and Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Microeconomics during 2008.
At Treasury, Dr. Worth’s office oversaw policy development and research on entitlements, health care, private pensions, housing issues, and financial crisis response. Dr. Worth has also working as a consultant for Welch Consulting and the RAND Corporation.
Dr. Worth holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Southern California.
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This event is sponsored by the Credit Union Advisory Group at UBS
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.
299 Ward Street
Hightstown, N.J. 08520
How much does it cost?
Pricing for these sessions is tiered based on assets and is as follows*:
Over $100 million $179.00
$25 - $100 million $129.00
$10 - $25 million $ 79.00
Under $10 million $ 39.00
*A 15% discount is available for individuals who have attended a prior ELS session and a 25% discount is available for credit unions that send three or more people. Please refer to the Registration Form for more information. To receive your discount when registering online, please enter the discount code "els15" for the 15% discount and "els25" for the 25% discount when checking out.
To register, e-mail Mary Zelinsky at firstname.lastname@example.org (be sure to note name of attendee(s), credit union, and cost). Or register online here.