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CERC Central Event: Economic Update
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How do you truly know which direction your business is going if you don’t know where the Canadian economy is going? Where is the global economy going? Relocations largely follow business cycles, so understanding these cycles is crucial to your internal planning.

2017-11-08
When: Wednesday, November 8, 2017
7:45 AM - 10:00 AM
Where: Double Tree by Hilton Downtown
108 Chestnut Street
Toronto
Canada
Presenter: Royce Mendes, Director and Senior Economist; CIBC World Markets
Contact: Alison Brett
416.593.9812


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What are the risks to the Canadian economy?  Will this have impact on mobility?  What will immigration numbers look like?  What will intra-provincial migration look like?  For domestic relocations, you need to understand what is happening with the housing market.  And of course, what are the projections for the all-important American market.

 

Join us  on November 8th for an important and entertaining discussion of all of these topics, so you can be prepared for the coming phase of the economic cycle.

 

Royce Mendes, Director and Senior Economist at CIBC World Markets will provide an Economic Update with both global and Canadian perspectives. During the session he will explain where we are in the economic cycle and discuss the risks facing the Canadian economy. Royce will also provide forecasts for financial markets including: immigration, unemployment, interest rates and housing markets.

 

You don’t want to miss this.

 

Royce Mendes joined CIBC Capital Markets in 2015 as a Director and Senior Economist, after having spent several years at the Bank of Canada and as an equity research analyst for a Toronto-based hedge fund. He is currently responsible for monitoring/forecasting both the Canadian and US economies.

 

Royce is also the lead author of the department’s foreign exchange publication and writes other thematic pieces on various topics of interest to financial markets. He is regularly quoted in the media for his work at CIBC. Royce holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation as well as a Master of Finance degree from Queen’s School of Business.

 


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