Webinar: Assessing Political Risk During Turbulent Times: Future Public Policy Implications Stemming from the 2020 Elections
With the November election now under 40 days away and counting, it is a vital time for businesses to understand and anticipate the potential impact of the candidates’ stances on key impact areas within the current business climate.
We invite you to join Mary Moore Hamrick, Senior Fellow at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise, in a moderated discussion with Protiviti Managing Director, Frank Kurre, as they explore the political landscape before the November presidential election. During the session, Mary Moore and Frank will address what businesses need to know about the candidates’ positions on key issues including the economy, taxes, and healthcare. As well, the discussion will outline how the balance of power between Democrats and Republicans in the House, Senate, and White House will impact business. The session will conclude with guidance on what to watch for and what could influence voters going into the election.
- Understand how key business issues could be impacted by elected officials
- Identify what the candidates’ positions are in respect to business
- Specify what the triggers may be that could influence voters
- Mary Moore Hamrick, Senior Fellow at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise
- Moderated by Frank Kurre, Global Account Management Leader and Managing Director, Protiviti
1 CPE Credit available for qualifying live attendees only.
You must answer three poll questions during the live event. CPE will be emailed to qualifying attendees 2–4 weeks after the live event. CPE Credit: 1.0 credit. Field of Study: Business Management & Organization. Program Level: Basic. Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based. Prerequisites/Advance Preparation: None. Elements of Engagement: Polling Questions.
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