Economy in Crisis
- When: Tuesday, March 17, 2009, time TBA
- Where: CSUMB Tanimura & Antle Family Memorial Library, Seaside
- Cost: Not available
- Age limit: Not available
CSUMB's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute hosts a panel discussion on how the current economic crisis developed, what it means to consumers and how to navigate it. Panelists include: Erik Davidson, senior vice president of Wells Fargo, who will give an overview of the current economic situation; Harry Wardwell, regional president of Rabobank, who will talk about the credit crunch and its impact on Main Street; Dave Parker, vice president and senior investment manager of Wells Fargo, who will discuss investment strategies in the current environment; and Liza Horvath, vice president and regional trust manager, First National Bank, who will talk about estate planning. Issues covered include savings strategies, managing retirement accounts, dealing with credit card debt, obtaining hard-to-get loans, establishing wills and trusts and dealing with–or avoiding–foreclosures. Marylou Shockley, chair of the university's School of Business, moderates the panel. After the presentations, audience members have an opportunity to ask questions. A CSUMB parking pass is required; daily parking permits are available for $2.
1-4pm. CSUMB Tanimura & Antle Family Memorial Library, Rm 1188, Divarty Street and Fifth Avenue, Seaside. Free. 582-5500. http://csumb.edu/site/x4608.xml.