Wednesday 22 February 2017, 05:30pm - 08:00pm
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"Creating Procurement Value in Uncertain Times -
Five Key Topics for 2017"
A Panel Discussion
Kelly Barner, ROB Business Survey Chair, ISM-New York
Jonathan Basile, ROB Survey Senior Advisor, ISM-New York
Members of New York University's
Kelly Barner, ROB Chair, Jonathan Basile, ROB Senior Advisor & Economist will lead a panel discussion with NYU Faculty, and provide a top-down overview about the most important macroeconomic and financial market stories. Tailoring their insights for the audience, they will provide key economic drivers for supply managers.
About Our Presenters
Kelly Barner, ROB Business Survey Chair
Kelly has a unique perspective on procurement, having worked as a practitioner, a consultant, and now as a blogger and podcast host. She has practical skills in strategic sourcing program design and management, opportunity assessment, knowledge management, and custom taxonomy design and implementation.
Kelly has her MBA from Babson College as well as an MS in Library and Information Science from Simmons College. She was recognized as a Supply & Demand Chain Executive 'Pro to Know' every year from 2012 through 2016. In 2013, Kelly was also recognized as one of S&DCE's 28 'Top Female Supply Chain Executives.' In 2014, Kelly co-authored Supply Market Intelligence for Procurement Professionals: Research, Process, and Resources and in 2016 she released hersecond co-authored title, Procurement at a Crossroads: Career Impacting Insights into a Rapidly Changing Industry. Kelly hosts the popular BMP Radio podcast series, where she interviews procurement, supply chain, and business thought leaders. In 2016, Kelly became the Business Survey Chair for the ISM-New York Report on Business.
Jonathan Basile, ROB Senior Advisor, AIG Investments
Jonathan Basile carries over 25 years of Street experience in global macroeconomic research and financial market strategy. A 2016 restructuring brought him from AIG Global Economics to AIG Investments' Global Macro desk where he monitors major developed and emerging economies and key asset classes, like rates, credit, currencies, commodities, equities and real estate.
He has established himself as a trusted, strong thought leader and collaborator with an eye for innovative, out-of-the-box perspectives. His goal is always to bring a forward-looking view to every conversation. He steers a monthly Global Macro discussion that sets the table for the outlook on rates, growth, inflation and unemployment across the US, Euro Area, UK and Japan. As part of this discussion, Jonathan sets the goalposts in a Bear-Base-Bull exercise for AIG portfolio managers across public and private asset classes, and his ability to distill signals from noise allows him to determine which way the risks are leaning.
To read Jonathan Basile's complete bio go to ISMNY.com's ROB Meeting icon.
Registration is limited and represents a commitment to attend. In the event that you are unable to do so, early notification is greatly appreciated.
Due to security reasons you must register no later than Monday, February 20, 2017. Walk-ins will not be allowed to attend. All members and guests who have registered must have photo ID. Confirmations will be sent by Tuesday, February 21st.