Finance and Investment Affinity Group Meeting: Navigating a Maturing Cycle
CNJG’s Finance and Investment Affinity Group exists to keep foundation executives informed as they manage the investment of their corpus. Growth of foundation assets and the active exchange of sound investment strategies is the focus of each program.
Navigating a Maturing Cycle: Where are the risks as the longest expansion gets longer?
The US is currently in the longest economic expansion on record. Markets are more volatile and investment decisions are more challenging in this “late cycle” environment. What is the best way for investors to position when recession risks appear to be more elevated? How should we consider the crosscurrents of lower interest rates and higher trade barriers? What is the role of the 2020 presidential election in shaping policy and the investment landscape?
During this breakfast program, JPMorgan Chase will present their market outlook. This will be a timely discussion given all the talk on yield curve inversion, recession fears, and China trade talks.
Jeff Greenberg, Senior Economist at J.P. Morgan Global Wealth Management
Jeff Greenberg is a Senior Economist and Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Global Wealth Management. In this role, he provides macroeconomic and investment analysis that supports the firm’s brokerage solutions and the positioning of clients’ portfolios. Jeff is a core member of the Private Bank’s Capital Markets Investment Group and the Global Markets Council. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Jeff worked as an economist at Nomura and a currency strategist at UBS. He previously conducted research at the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and Boston. Jeff earned a master’s in international economics from Columbia University and a B.A. from Tufts University. He began studying Chinese language in high school and speaks Mandarin.
Cost: CNJG Members: $30, Eligible Non-Member Grantmakers: $50 (includes full breakfast)
Breakfast buffet will be available starting at 7:45 a.m.
Program will begin at 8:15 a.m.