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Greater Kansas City – Economic Trends Impacting Your Business

A FIRST BUSINESS BANK EVENT

Please join us as we delve into national and local business and economics trends ahead in 2019. You’ll find out what business leaders are anticipating in 2019 regarding sales, capital expenditures, profitability, hiring, wage changes, capacity and more.

Brendan Freeman and Nancy Johnshoy from our Private Wealth Management division will cover highlights of 2018 and focus on 2019 economic trends.

Following the presentation, attendees will engage in a round table discussion, sharing ideas surrounding the above topics.

Speakers

Brendan Freeman

President - Private Wealth

Brendan Freeman

Commercial Banking, Private Wealth

Biography

Biography

Brendan Freeman, President of Private Wealth at First Business Bank, has 23 years of experience in private wealth management and banking, including in previous leadership roles. He oversees private wealth…

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Nancy Johnshoy, CFA

Senior Vice President - Portfolio Manager & Market Strategist

Nancy Johnshoy, CFA

Private Wealth

Biography

Biography

Nancy Johnshoy, CFA, has over 35 years of experience helping clients maximize and protect their wealth. Nancy works with individual clients, corporations, and non-profit organizations to achieve their investment and…

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Schedule

  • 7:30 am – 8:00 am

    Registration, Networking, & Continental Breakfast
  • 8:00 am – 8:45 am

    Presentation
  • 8:45 am – 9:30 am

    Q&A and Round Table Discussion

Event Details

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Date Apr 04, 2019

Time 7:30am

Location
First Business Bank - Leawood, KS

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