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7/21/22 NEC Webinar: ‘The Health of the U.S. Consumer’ with Joseph Mayans, Experian

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7/21/22 NEC Webinar: ‘The Health of the U.S. Consumer’ with Joseph Mayans, Experian

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July 21 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

‘The Health of the U.S. Consumer’ with Joseph Mayans, Director of U.S. Economics, Experian

Date: Thursday, July 21
Time: 12pm to 1pm EST

As the US economy transitions from under the cloud of Covid-19 it faces a new set of once-in-a-generation threats. Decades high inflation, a rapidly rising interest-rate environment, and renewed geopolitical instability all threaten the still nascent economic expansion and are poised to challenge households and consumer spending in the months ahead. Join Joseph Mayans, Director of US Economics at Experian, as he breaks down the latest economic and consumer credit data and discusses the state of the US consumer.

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About our speaker:
Joseph Mayans breaks down the latest economic and consumer credit trends into actionable insight for the financial services industry. By connecting the dots between the broader economic landscape and Experian’s best-in-class credit data and analytics platforms, he helps companies find opportunities and navigate the risks of the business cycle.

Prior to joining Experian, Joseph was the founder and principal economist of Advantage Economics, where he partnered with companies to build economic thought leadership programs. Previous to that, he led economic research at a large regional bank and served as banking policy staff with the United States Senate.

Joseph frequently presents to c-suite leadership of banks, credit unions, and fintechs, and at industry events. He is a member of Zillow’s Home Price Expectations Panel, Bankrate’s Economic Survey Panel, and was named a 2022 Top Voice to follow in Finance by LinkedIn.

Read more HERE.

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