Joe Calandro will profile the United States credit cycle and the challenges it poses, and he will share his perspective on where we seem to be in the cycle today. He will show the prior credit cycle wave of progressively lower inflation and interest rates began in 1982—following a historic inflationary trend—and ended in the year 2020. Calandro’s analysis suggests that the current (as of mid-2023) credit cycle of waves of progressively higher inflation and interest rates will present strategic risks and opportunities that will need to be addressed. To help facilitate this, he will provide practical suggestions that can be addressed by executives, investors, and employees both today and in the years to come.
About the Speaker
Joseph Calandro Jr. is a managing director of a global consulting firm with more than 35 years of broad industry, consulting, teaching, and research experience in the United States and internationally, focusing on strategy/mergers and acquisitions, business intelligence/analytics, and performance/risk management. He is also a fellow of the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis at Fordham University, a contributing editor of Strategy & Leadership, and a member of the nonprofit Progress Through Business.
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