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Wednesday, June 16, 2004


The Honorable J. Alfred Broaddus, Jr

The Honorable J. Alfred Broaddus, Jr. President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Dr. Broaddus took office January 1, 1993, as the sixth chief executive of the Fifth District Federal Reserve Bank, at Richmond. Dr. Broaddus is currently serving a full term that began March 1, 2001. Dr. Broaddus is a member of the American Economic Association and the National Association of Business Economists.

Thursday, May 13, 2004


Mr. Jones is a Vice-President and U.S. Economist in Salomon Smith Barney’s Economic and Market Analysis Division. His responsibilities include providing short-term macroeconomic analyses and forecasts, as well as developing models and methodologies for projecting monthly and other high-frequency economic indicators.

Wednesday, March 10, 2004


Knight Kiplinger

Mr. Kiplinger is editor in chief of The Kiplinger Letter, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine and KiplingerForecasts.com. The Letter, a weekly publication started in 1923, has more than 250,000 subscribers. Kiplinger's Personal Finance, the first magazine in the field of personal money management, was founded in 1947 and today has a monthly circulation of more than one million.

Wednesday, February 18, 2004


The Andrew Kalotay, President of Andrew Kalotay Associates, is a leading authority on debt management and on corporate and municipal bonds. He is a prolific writer on such topics as bond refunding, interest rate derivatives, and valuation of bonds with embedded options. His innovations include the concept of refunding efficiency — a widely used tool for managing callable debt — and the Ratchet Bond, a surrogate for conventional callable bonds. Full Bio Available . . . [ READ MORE ]

Wednesday, January 14, 2004


The Honorable Mark W. Olson, Member. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Before becoming a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Mr. Olson served as Staff Director of the Securities Subcommittee of the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, U.S. Senate (2000-2001). The Securities Subcommittee’s legislative jurisdiction included the Securities and Exchange Commission, accounting policy issues, and the insurance industry. During Mr. Olson’s tenure, the subcommittee held oversight hearings on implientation of key sections of the Gram-Leach-Bliley Act.

Wednesday, December 03, 2003


Kathleen Camilli

Kathleen Camilli is an independent economist, with more than twenty-three years experience in both the public and private sectors. Her firm, Camilli Economics, provides insight and interpretation on the workings of the US economy and financial markets. Through her extensive network in Washington, on Wall Street, and in the media, Kathleen synthesizes a large quantity of daily economic information into a user-friendly form that investors, both large and small, can use in a practical way for their daily decision-making. In lay terms, she speaks lucidly at seminars for large institutional clients, trade associations, and investor groups. Ms. Camilli also consults one-on-one with high net worth individuals, and family offices. The mission of Camilli Economics is “to teach people about the workings of the economy, so that they may live prosperously and fulfilled”.

Wednesday, November 12, 2003


Thomas J. Sowanick is the chief global fixed income strategist at Merrill Lynch & Co. and manages Merrill Lynch’s debt strategy efforts worldwide. He has been a member of the global securities research and economics group since 1985.

Wednesday, October 15, 2003


Dr. William Dudley, Chief Economist & Managing Director, Goldman Sachs. He specializes in U.S. Economic Research. Dr. Dudley was formerly with the Federal Reserve in Washington, DC and J.P. Morgan Bank in New York. Bill also served as Bob Rubin’s Senior Economic Advisor prior to his appointment as U.S. Treasury Secretary.

Wednesday, September 17, 2003


Mr. John Ryding, Chief Market Economist, Bear Stearns

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