• Members must sign in before registering to receive member pricing. If you don't know what your sign-in is, please click here.

  • The system allows multiple purchases per login, which means members and guests may register additional guests. 

  • Logins are not required for guests.


 

To cancel, please contact info@cfacolorado.org directly.
Cancellation policy:  48 hours in advance of the program for a no-charge cancellation.

The views expressed by the speakers do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of CFA Society Colorado, its Board of Directors or its members. CFA Society Colorado does not guarantee the source, originality, accuracy, completeness or reliability of any statement, information, data, finding, interpretation, advice, opinion, or view presented, nor does it make any representation concerning the same.

Frank Rybinski, CFA: Demographics Destiny

October 25, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Denver Country Club
1700 E. 1st Ave
Denver, CO 80218
Venue website

Frank Rybinski, CFA, joined Aegon USA Investment Management, LLC (AUIM) in 2008. Frank is the Director of Macro Strategy and has a leading role in guiding the firm’s global macro strategy as it pertains to tactical and strategic asset allocation. Before joining AUIM, Frank worked as an equity and credit analyst for UBS Investment Bank covering various industries. During his time at UBS, he also served in a role helping develop UBS’s credit strategy views. Prior to that, Frank worked as an analyst for ZT Zurich Trust in Zurich, Switzerland. Frank began his career as a trader for Spear, Leeds & Kellogg, and held a similar position at The Royal Bank of Scotland. Frank has 21 years of industry experience and nine years of experience with AUIM. Frank received his BA in Economics from Boston College. He has earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

GDP growth remains below trend and with the reform agenda stalled in Washington, DC, it may seem as though the economy is relegated to a low-growth trajectory. But as it turns out, the economy is agnostic to politics in the long run. Prosperity is ultimately determined by deep-seated, secular phenomena; namely, demographics and productivity. Because demographics change slowly over time, the potential effects on growth may be reliably forecast. Can understanding demographic changes reveal the likelihood of returning to 3% trend growth? Join us as Aegon Asset Management’s Head of US Investment Strategy, Frank Rybinski, answers this question and others, and discusses what happens when structural changes collide with cyclical swings. 


 

No-shows and cancellations within 48 hours of the event will be assessed an additional $35 fee.