c. myers live – Discussing Implications of Negative Rates
June 10, 2020
In light of current rates hitting historic lows and economic pressures, there has been a need to discuss the implications of negative rates and things to consider.
In this c. myers live, we will talk about some things to think about if we were to experience rates going negative in the US. To gain more insight, see our blog article, which takes a look at other countries and their experiences with negative rates.
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Brian, one of five c. myers owners, has worked closely with credit union Boards and managements of all sizes in a variety of capacities. As a strategic planning facilitator, CEOs regularly praise Brian’s industry knowledge, calming communication skills, ability to authentically engage anyone with whom he interacts, and ability to keep discussions focused on linking strategy with desired measures of success.
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