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Register now for April 18 webinar on The Current State of the Economy
Thursday, April 11, 2019 6:30 AM

Turn on the television, and you’ll likely see a discussion of what’s happening now— such as the latest GDP numbers or corporate earnings announcements. However, these cyclical developments are often deeply affected by underlying secular influences that are slow-moving yet incredibly powerful.

Hosted by the Accounting & Finance Council, this webinar will give an update on what cyclical and secular drivers are present in the economy today nationally and regionally, and the role the Fed plays in the economy.

Don’t miss out! Sign up today!

Webinar:       The Current State of the Economy
             Thursday, April 18
Time:             2 – 3 p.m. CST
Presenter:     Preston D. Ash, advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

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Accounting & Finance Council Members                                              FREE

Non-Accounting & Finance Members                                                   $25
(includes a 2019 Accounting & Finance Council Membership)

Presenter - Preston Ash

Preston AshPreston Ash is an advisor with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, working in the bank’s industry outreach function. In this capacity, he oversees the Dallas Fed's Banking Conditions Survey and collects data from financial institution CEOs within the 11th Federal Reserve District for use in monetary policy deliberations.

Ash has written articles on community banking and speaks on developments in the economy and technology. His work has been cited in Congressional testimony and in leading news and intelligence platforms such as the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, SNL Financial, and JD Supra. Ash currently serves as a member of the United Way’s Financial Technology Advisory Committee.

For questions about this webinar or the council program, contact Cristina Martinez at or 800-442-5762 ext. 6403.