“Two Covid-19 Economy Recoveries” presentation by Steve Scranton from Washington Trust Bank

When:  May 4, 2021 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM (MT)
Associated with  Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

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Please join us for an informative Economic Update, “Two Covid-19 Economy Recoveries” presented by Steve Scranton from Washington Trust Bank.

Zoom link for webinar:  https://travelers.zoom.us/j/96028971105?pwd=UWtEZ3BpK0tlcVBnTm1YTkRzcENzUT09

The nature of this recession and the responses that followed from a monetary and fiscal policy standpoint has created a bifurcated recovery. Steve Scranton, Chief Investment Officer and Economist for Washington Trust Bank, will provide perspective on how this recovery is not a homogeneous recovery from both an economic and financial market view. The presentation will include a “current view,” an “outlook” view, and a “what should we be thinking about” view. The goal of the presentation is to provide information and perspective to stimulate your thought process and help you in planning for the rest of 2021.

Steve Scranton is the Chief Investment Officer and Economist for Washington Trust Bank and holds a Chartered Financial Analyst designation with over 30 years of investment and economic experience.

Throughout the Pacific Northwest, Steve is a well-known speaker on economic conditions and the financial markets. He also actively participates on committees within the Bank to help design strategies and policies related to bank-owned investments.

The Presentation will run from 4:00 - 5:00 pm; the event will offer 1 hour of CPE. This program is at a basic level and anyone is welcome to attend.   


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Patti Recchi