The Future of US Financial Services under Donald Trump
University of Edinburgh Event
Title: The Future of US Financial Services under Donald Trump
Speaker: Alex Sanchez, CEO of the Florida Bankers’ Association will draw on his extensive experience on Capitol Hill share his insights into developments in US financial services
Date/time: Thursday 8th March at 6.30pm (coffee from 6pm)
Venue: University of Edinburgh Business School, 29 Buccleuch Place EH8 9JS
As Donald Trump’s first year as US President passes, what impact has his presidency had on Wall Street and Main Street? And what should we expect in the years ahead? Dodd-Frank is still on the statute book, but under review. As a candidate Trump promised a rollback of regulation that was, in his view, holding back lending to businesses. A bonfire of the vanities? How are banks and businesses in the US responding? What will be the impact of Trump’s tax cuts? How will Trump’s wider agenda affect banks, bankers, customers, and the general public?
We’re delighted to welcome Alex Sanchez, President and CEO of the Florida Bankers’ Association, to share his insight into developments in US financial services, drawing on his extensive experience on Capitol Hill and K Street, and with US banking leaders in their boardrooms. Alex’s insights into developments in US financial services will be of great interest to practitioners and students alike.
This event is jointly held with the Chartered Banker Institute and will be chaired by its Chaired by its Chief Executive Simon Thompson and be followed by a networking drinks reception.