How Will Short Term Interest Rate Increases Affect the US Treasury Yield Curve?

Complimentary Webinar
Monday | October 22, 2018 | 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET

Continued real GDP growth, rising inflation, and a strong labor market suggest that the Federal Reserve may continue gradually increasing short term interest rates through 2019 and beyond. In order to manage the impact of potentially rising rates, companies should consider developing and implementing a comprehensive plan to mitigate their exposure.

This webinar will arm companies with information about:

  • Current economic conditions and expectations for the future path of interest rates
  • The potential effect of short term interest rate increases on the US Treasury Yield Curve
  • Upside and downside risks to interest rates over the next twelve months
  • Key elements of an effective interest rate risk management strategy
  • Various tools companies can use to mitigate interest rate risk

Please join us for this comprehensive presentation which will include a question and answer session.

This seminar is approved for 1 CTP/CCM recertification credit by the Association for Financial Professionals Professionals.

Our Presenters:
William Adams, Senior International Economist, The PNC Financial Services Group
William Adams,
Senior International Economist,
The PNC Financial Services Group

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Tina Hwang, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, PNC’s Capital Markets Group

Tina Hwang,
Senior Vice President and Managing Director,
PNC’s Capital Markets Group

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Our Moderator:
James S. Bernier, Executive Vice President, PNC’s Capital Markets Group
James S. Bernier,
Executive Vice President,
PNC’s Capital Markets Group

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