RBC Economic Outlook Breakfast 2014

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Date(s) - Thursday, January 30, 2014
7:30 am - 9:00 am


Hear RBC’s economic forecast for 2014 with a special focus on the housing market.

Cost: Member $25; Non-Member: $35; tables of 8 available; prices subject to HST

Pre-registration & pre-payment required

Hot Buffet Breakfast & Networking Included

Craig Wright
As chief economist, Craig leads a team of economists providing economic, fixed income and foreign exchange research to RBC clients. Craig is a regular contributor to a number of RBC publications and is a key player in delivering economic analysis to clients and the media through the Economics Department’s regular economic briefings. A graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Toronto, Craig was appointed Chief Economist in 2001 having joined RBC 1994 after working at another financial institution for seven years. Craig is a participant in a number of the key RBC internal committees and is a member of the C.D .Howe Institute Monetary Policy Council, Wilfrid Laurier School of Business and Economics Dean’s Advisory Council and the British Columbia Economic Forecast Council.

Finn Poschmann
Finn Poschmann is Vice President, Research at the C.D. Howe Institute, where he has held a variety of positions since January 1998. For more than a decade previous, he was at the Parliamentary Research Branch in Ottawa, where he held research positions principally involved with providing economic analysis and advice to Parliamentarians and Standing Committees. He has primarily worked in public finance and taxation, and served on the federal Advisory Panel on Canada’s System of International Taxation. He has also published on monetary policy issues, the tax treatment of retirement savings, financial services and institutions, and housing. He is a member of the American Enterprise Institute International Center on Housing Risk.

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