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University Essentials | COVID-19 Economic Outlook in Banking: Rates and Long-Term Expectations

Speakers:
Kimberly Myszkewicz, Senior Product Manager, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Nathan Stovall, Principal Analyst, S&P Global Market Intelligence
João Granja, Assistant Professor of Accounting & Jane and Basil Vasiliou Faculty Scholar, The University of Chicago
Brad Resnick, Solutions Principal, Novantas

The COVID-19 pandemic may be the most serious challenge to financial institutions in nearly a century. At the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, loan loss reserves at the six largest banks in the U.S. went past $25 billion in the first quarter, alone. In an effort to triage the economic fallout the Federal Reserve Bank (“the Fed”) opened to Main Street Lending Program and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

Join experts from across S&P Global Market Intelligence, alongside esteemed guest speakers from the University of Chicago and Novantas as they examine the implications from the Fed’s central bank’s policies with special attention to robust interest rate and banking data with insights on potential policy shifts to spur economic recovery.

Attendees will gain insight into the following:

  • The costs and benefits of a negative interest rate policy
  • How to effectively manage revenue and customer expectations, despite near-zero interest rates
  • A discussion to measure market forces as customer behaviors change
  • Insights to evaluate new tools being offered by the Fed and monitoring policy changes such as adjustments in capital rules
  • A discussion on Mid-term rates, Monetary Policy; Long-term yields

For more information, contact Novantas Marketing

+1 (212) 953-4444