Economic and financial issues will be thoroughly discussed on February 22 at USF Sarasota-Manatee. The confirmed lineup includes Sara Banaszak of Exxon Mobil, who has expertise in the energy sector. Everything from Puerto Rico Electric Power to offshore drilling to national constraints is on the table. Eugenio Alemán carries the Latin connection; he is senior economist at Wells Fargo Securities.
To round out this discussion we add banking, including payments issues, with David Seleski, president of Stonegate Bank; and we have confirmed the participation of Steve Kay, director of the Americas Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
The full program and registration information can be obtained with this link: https://www.wusf.usf.edu/cuba_and_the_caribbean_what_now
This full day is designed to inform a broad range of people — tourists, travel agents, investors, policy wonks, and weather-forecasting folks. And those who wish to think about the government’s responsibility and actions in the hurricane-damaged parts of Florida or Texas or Virgin Islands or Puerto Rico or Cuba or elsewhere in the Caribbean, this program is for you.
The event costs only 50 bucks, and that covers lunch. This open forum is made possible by USFSM, the Atlanta Fed Americas Center, and the Global Interdependence Center. All media are welcome to cover the panel, and the entire community is invited.
Cumberland Advisors provided a grant to USFSM and to GIC to assist this event aimed at public education. Please come.
Cumberland Advisors is a proud sponsor of the Global Interdependence Center: https://www.interdependence.org/
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