This product contains all three podcasts recorded at the 12/7/2017 Economic Outlook seminar presented by the New Jersey Bank Marketing Association.
The speakers were:
Larry Cohen, Director of Strategic Business Insight’s Consumer Financial Decisions
Since 1985, Larry has focused exclusively on the financial services area, providing analysis of and insights into strategic planning, marketing, product design, market research, macroeconomics and competitive intelligence. As director of the CFD group, Larry manages and markets all related syndicated research programs. He also manages comprehensive survey research methodology, including sampling, date collection, field supervision, cleaning data processing, analysis and presentation of results; multivariate statistical analysis; and marketing of consumer survey research covering an exhaustive range of services, products and topics.
DOUG KENNEDY – President & CEO, Peapack-Gladstone Bank
As President, Doug is responsible for formulating and executing the Bank’s overall strategic vision. He leads the company’s wealth, lending and deposit businesses that constitute Peapack-Gladstone’s boutique private banking approach to banking. He is a proven leader with over 38 years of commercial banking experience. He served as president of the New Jersey Market for Capital One Bank and was responsible for Commercial Banking activities for the Northeast and Mid Atlantic. Over the years, he has held key executive level positions and had great success building formidable regional and national specialty banking businesses at Fleet Bank, Summit Bancorp, and Bank of America. Doug’s numerous awards include being named to the NJBIZ “Power 50 Banking” list and CEO of the Year by Corporate LiveWire as part of its Innovation & Excellence Awards.
Rounding out our program with a look at the political landscape was PAUL MULSHINE – Opinion Columnist, The Star Ledger
Paul began his journalism career at the student newspaper of Livingston College, Rutgers, The State University. In 1975, he accepted his first professional job as a reporter for The Ocean County Observer in Toms River, NJ. There, he covered county and state politics before moving to the Delaware County Times in suburban Philadelphia, where he was named City Editor. Later Paul was a Copy Editor on the overnight desk of the Philadelphia Daily News where he experienced the pleasure of correcting bad prose at 5 am every morning until that stopped being fun. In 1995, he moved to the Star Ledger. Of late, Paul attained the distinction of being the only pundit at a major newspaper who saw the Donald Trump victory coming in 2016. His insights and opinions about the current state and future of NJ are appreciated by many Star Ledger readers.