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Andrew Busch is a world leading economist keynote speaker with optimism for tough times. He answers the question, "Where do we go from here?" He moves your team from chaos now to confidence in the future. Click video above to watch an onstage video!
Check out the video below for his virtual event highlight reel.
On January 28th in answer to a question about “black swans”, Andy said, “The biggest black swan event I see is an infectious disease outbreak hitting the US economy. This has the biggest potential to disrupt growth.” Andy helped our audience see the future through his presentation on the economy and gave us a chance to prepare for it. We’d have him back anytime for new insights during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Audrey Lakin/Executive Director for Chicago Office Leasing Brokers Association
Andrew Busch was an outstanding speaker for our 2020 Annual Conference webinar. Andy helped our attendees understand the impact of COVID on our economy and what opportunities lie ahead as the economy reopens. His presentation was engaging and energetic with lots of great real-life examples. His optimistic outlook had a positive impact on our group and provided insights to help us grow in the future. This is the second time we've had him speak for our group and we're glad we had him back.
MN Association of Financial Professionals
Keynote and Virtual Event themes:
Today, the world seems more chaotic than ever. Everyone is wondering, "Where Do We Go from Here"?The economy, government policy and the markets all are volatile and uncertain. The outbreak of the corona virus has brought concerns and panic to the financial markets. Many companies may have trouble making decisions and planning for the future. Andy’s job is provide clarity and understanding to the tumult to enable better ideas, better decisions and better outcomes.
Economy: where do we go from here?
The "Economy: where do we go from here?" is an in-depth study of COVID impact from a speaker with a deep understanding of how the markets and the economy are shaped by world events like infectious disease. Andrew is not only a noted economist, he's an infectious disease expert and author. (World Event Trading) There are many reasons why he's known as "the great calmer downer" especially during the most difficult times. Andrew details the supercharged trends and new opportunities awaiting those that are prepared. More about this keynote >
2020 election: impact on economy, business and jobs
The 2020 US Presidential election is finally down to two candidates: President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. The outcome of this election could have one of the biggest policy swings in US history. In this keynote, Andy breaks down the candidates economic, social and tax plans. He’ll tell you which plans help or hurt the economy the most. He’ll give you the winners and losers in each sector of the economy. Financial services, agriculture, trade, and energy will all be impacted and discussed. Most importantly, he’ll tell you how the COVID economic shutdown will tip the election. More about this keynote >
ESG: a major opportunity
Environmental, Social and Governance or ESG is considered one of the hottest investment themes today for clients and investment professionals. Andy explains how a Biden victory and the new EU budget will supercharge interest in ESG. This is already happening as record amount of money has flowed into sustainable focused ETFs and open-end mutual funds in both in 2019. Most striking, money flowed into ESG equity products in 2020 when almost all other equity funds saw money leave. More about this keynote >
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About Andrew Busch
Andy’s unconventional path to finance, politics and the economy has taught him that the big picture is filled in by small details and requires unconventional thinking to see them. He was number six out of seven kids that taught him to scrap, shout and fight for the last piece of food at dinner. He brought this determination to his career and to his insights into the world. Before he went into finance, he painted street curbs, he mowed lawns, he worked construction, and he ran his own painting company. In finance, he traded currencies and wrote research on the markets during the 1985 Plaza Accord; the 1998 Russian default; and to the 2008 global financial crisis. He’s advised major mutual funds, hedge funds, US Treasury Secretaries and the White House. In 2017, he became the nation’s first Chief Market Intelligence Officer at the CFTC and connected with the SEC, the US Treasury, the Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Reserve of New York and the White House.
Andy energizes and informs his audiences
We've worked with Andy Busch on several conferences and he's fantastic. He combines his unique experiences of working in US government with thirty years of analyzing the markets to give a perspective few can match. His stories, his insights, his passion drives audience participation both during and after the keynote.
Simply put, we were delighted to have Andrew Busch provide his keen insights into the economy, politics and market turbulence. Andy was gracious with his time with our conference attendees and was great to work with. He provided almost unlimited access to all the attendees interested in learning more and gave the conference a knowledge base to understand the markets. He was fun, entertaining and passionate on topics that can be challenging for audiences. We'd have him back anytime.
In a challenging political environment, Mr. Busch provided an objective, nonpartisan analysis of 2016 Presidential race and its implications for the US economy…As a result of his talk, our clients are better prepared for dealing with the challenges and utilizing potential solutions in the industry.
Mr. Busch is an outstanding speaker and our audience was thoroughly engaged in his fascinating, upbeat and insightful presentation.