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DFW & VIRTUAL: Economic Outlook Breakfast

  • September 24, 2021
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM (CDT)
  • Federation of State Medical Boards • 400 Fuller Wiser Rd • Euless, TX 76039 • OR VIRTUAL


In-Person in DFW with Virtual Option 

Join fellow CEOs for a conversation with the Director of Research at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Marc Giannoni. We will hear Marc's remarks about the economic outlook and implications for businesses in the DFW Metroplex, as well as national and international dynamics. Federal Reserve economists are uniquely qualified to share their perspective on a complex and unprecedented environment and Marc is one of the top economists in the nation. There will be plenty of time for discussion in an intimate CEOs only setting.

This event will be held in-person in the DFW area and will also be virtual. CEOs will be able to interact with each other either in-person or online.

If COVID or other conditions make in-person too risky or it is prohibited, we will convert this to an entirely virtual event.


7:30 - 8:00 am - Gathering and Coffee
8:00 - 9:00 am - Program and Breakfast


Marc Giannoni, Senior Vice President and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Marc P. Giannoni serves as Senior Vice President and Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Marc previously was a Research Economist and Assistant Vice President in the macroeconomic and monetary studies function of the New York Fed. He joined the New York Fed as an economist in 2000 before leaving to begin an academic career at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business in 2002. Marc rejoined the New York Fed in 2011 while continuing as an adjunct professor of finance and economics at Columbia. He is a native of Switzerland and began his career as an economist with the Swiss National Bank in Zurich in 1992.He holds a BA and MA degrees in economics from the University of Geneva in Switzerland and MA and PhD degrees in economics from Princeton University.