3/19/17 to 3/21/17!
IN SEVEN DAYS… RSVP NOW… You should be in this hot event networking and crafting powerful new professional insights and actions FOR YOURSELF.
*SIXTH ANNUAL AFRICAN AMERICAN BRIEFING FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS*
Sunday, March 19, 2017
– Smithsonian National Museum African American History & Culture Tour (Registered Attendees Only)
-Networking Dinner at Georgia Brown’s Restaurant, Washington DC
Monday and Tuesday
-Briefing from Government Leaders and Roundtable Discussions at United States Capitol Hill Visitor Center, First St SE, Washington, DC 20515
-Evening Reception with the American Bankers Association, Washington Marriott Marquis, Washington, D.C. (Registered Attendees Only)
-White House Briefing (Requested).
-Regulatory Briefing- Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. -Financial Services Economic Update 2017. -FINTECH outlook. -Housing Roundtable- FNMA, FHLMC, HUD, CRL, GPS, ABA, ETC. -Voice of the Community Sessions.
Invited Congressional Leaders:
· Senator Mark Warner Office – Student Loans Reform Bill
· Senator Robert Menendez – Corporate Diversity Report
· Congresswoman Karen Bass – Economic Development of Africa
· Congresswoman Maxine Waters – Dodd Frank
· Congressman Hank Johnson – Big Data
· Congresswoman Elizabeth Warren – Impact of Trump Administration on Financial Services Industry
Four attendee comments from prior briefings:
“This briefing was fun, exciting and informative… In the mean time, I am on information overload which is great to share with my community.” Bank Executive – California
” I’m so glad I came. The information and the networking was much needed.” City Senior Economic Program Manager California
“UFSC produces outcomes, contacts and information that are not done anywhere else.” Vice President Corporate Financial Analysis – Northeast
“It was so encouraging to see minority professional finance people get together and have deep conversations.” – Federal Reserve Bank Executive, Mid West
Hosted by UFSC National President Roderick Hayes, AABFP Chair Ditu Kasuyi and the AABFP #AABFP2017 Committee.
See you there! RSVP NOW.
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