January Monthly Chapter Event

January 24, 2020
11:30 AM MST - 2:30 PM MST
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Wellshire Event Center
3333 S Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80222
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Annual Economic Review and Forecast
2.0 CFP CEs
 
January 24, 2020
11:30 am - 2:30 pm 

 
Macro Themes for 2020 

Brian Quinn, CAIA®

Product Specialist, Guggenheim Investments
*** Our original speaker's travel schedule changed unexpectedly, and we are fortunate to have scheduled an equally outstanding speaker from Guggenheim to present the same program.

Mr. Quinn is a Product Specialist for Guggenheim Partners. He is responsible for serving as a Portfolio Specialist for Guggenheim’s active fixed income strategies, as well as serving as a Product Manager and New Product Developer. He joined Guggenheim in 2017. Mr. Quinn earned a B.S. in Finance and Leadership from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. In this program, Brian Quinn will outline macroeconomic trends most likely to shape the investment environment in 2020. With headwinds facing the economy, he plans to outline areas of risk within various asset classes as well as potential opportunities.


Economic and Demographic Trends for 2020

 

Gary Horvath
Economic and Market Research 

Gary Horvath has produced annual employment forecasts of the Colorado economy for over 25 years. They have been supplemented by monthly economic updates and indices that track economic performance over the short term. He has directed three statewide analyses covering all 64 counties. Gary will discuss the factors driving the U.S. and Colorado economies. In relation to Colorado, he will discuss population growth, current demographics and how both may affect the type of clientele seen in the future, the jobs available, income, and retirement. A look into diversity due to these factors will be addressed along with information on how to proactively approach these upcoming changes.

Elizabeth Garner 
Colorado State Demographer

Elizabeth Garner is the State Demographer with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. She leads the State Demography Office, which produces population and economic estimates and forecasts for use by state agencies and local governments. Elizabeth has over 25 years of experience analyzing population and economic trends in the state, and her current areas of research include aging in Colorado, characteristics of migration, and poverty. She will explore data that provides an update regarding the current and forecast changes to Colorado's population and economy. Elizabeth will discuss the driving forces and factors that are influencing growth trends within the state. Age dynamics, migration, race/ethnicity, and trends in income will be key components highlighted to depict the changes that are taking place within the state.


FPA of Colorado Cancellation Policy

Registration cancellation for a refund or a transfer to the next chapter meeting may be requested by no later than Noon on the Tuesday prior to the meeting date. No refunds or transfers will be issued after that time.

Tickets

$75.00 NonMembers
$85.00 after 11:59 pm January 17

$39.00 Partners/FPA Members
$49.00 after 11:59 pm January 17