TORONTO, Feb. 20 /CNW/ - Notification of the Certified General
Accountants of Ontario's annual free webcast of its Canadian Economic Outlook
session (keynote, Controllers' Congress 2008), this year featuring Derek Holt,
CFA, Assistant Chief Economist at RBC Economics Research. February 21, 2008,
8:40 AM ET (maximum one hour).
At the Controllers' Congress 2008, Holt's up-to-the-minute session will
detail the current and expected global and national economic and financial
market conditions, with a particular emphasis on the challenges facing Ontario
and Canada's economies. Anticipated topics include:
- an outlook on interest rates
- currency valuations and where the (Canadian) dollar is heading
- "entertaining the 'R' word," in both the US and Canada, and what
impact a recession (either for our neighbour or homegrown) will have
on areas such as consumer confidence, the housing market and the
An embedded slide-show window for the accompanying PowerPoint
presentation will be housed on the webcast page, effective the date of the
event and for the one-year archive period (ending February 21, 2009).
To register for this free event, please enter
your web browser.
Now in its sixteenth year, CGA Ontario's Controllers' Congress
(http://www.cga-ontario.org/contentfiles/events/cont08.pdf) offers certified
general accountants and other interested accounting and financial
professionals the opportunity to gain the latest knowledge and skills relevant
to their roles as VPs of finance and controllers. This is the third year the
economic update is being webcast for the benefit of the public, but the first
guest appearance by Derek Holt.
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