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ACG Arizona January Breakfast to Feature Economic Forecast from Renowned U.S. Trust, Bank of America Strategist Joseph Quinlan

The Association for Corporate Growth-Arizona Chapter will welcome Joseph Quinlan, the managing director and chief market strategist for the U.S. Trust/Bank of America Private Wealth Management, as the keynote speaker for its Jan. 8 breakfast. 

The event will take place from 7 a.m. through 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, in the Gold Room of the Arizona Biltmore (2400 E Missouri Ave, Phoenix). ACG’s January Breakfast will include an overview of the current state of the economy as well as a look at what to expect in the coming months.

Quinlan, a highly regarded financial strategist whose insight has graced the pages of The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, among other major national publications, will share his own perspective on the current state of economic affairs during the event, which he developed throughout a storied career working for the likes of Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and New York University.

“Joseph Quinlan is one of today’s most trusted voices when it comes to finance and the economy,” said ACG Arizona President Mike Smiggen. “He’s a regular on CNBC, PBS and Bloomberg Television, and we’re honored to have him make an in-person appearance at our breakfast so he can share his considerable knowledge with the people of Arizona.”

In addition to regularly appearing on top-rated TV stations and in nationally circulated publications, Quinlan is an author, co-author or contributor to 11 book titles, and he also authored more than 125 articles relating to finance, trade and economics. He also makes frequent appearances on Capitol Hill, where he speaks on global trade and economic issues, among related topics, and he currently serves as a U.S. representative on the Economic Policy Committee of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development for the U.S. Council for International Business.

Tickets for January’s ACG Breakfast are $59 for ACG members if registered by Jan. 4, 2019, and $69 for ACG members after Jan. 4; and $79 for non-ACG members if registered by Jan. 4 and $89 for non- ACG members after Jan. 4. Tickets are available for purchase at ACG.org/Arizona or by calling 602.448.3981.