Register Now: Q1 U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook Webinar from Equifax
Make more informed decisions with economic and consumer credit insights from Equifax
Equifax is proud to introduce a new quarterly webinar series aimed at helping you make more informed decisions, with economic and consumer credit trends from across the U.S.
Join Equifax Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 1:00 pm ET as Chief Economist Amy Crews Cutts delivers insights that can help drive strategic growth at your organization. During this webinar, Amy will discuss:
- U.S. Economic Overview
- U.S. Consumer Credit Trends
- Special Report: U.S. Subprime Auto
Whether you’re looking to benchmark against industry trends, better forecast your book of business, or monitory shifts in the economy and industry, you won’t want to miss this new webinar series.
About Our Presenter
Amy Crews Cutts, PhD, CBE™
Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Equifax
Amy Crews Cutts joined Equifax as Chief Economist in March, 2011. A recognized industry expert, Cutts brings to her role over 23 years of economic analysis and policy development experience. As Equifax Chief Economist, she is responsible for analytics and research relating to the consumer wallet – assets, income, credit, and spending along with macroeconomic factors affecting the consumer. She is also responsible for macroeconomic forecasting and the economic analysis of employment and wage trends, home equity and real property, and small business credit trends.
Often quoted in national print and broadcast media, Cutts has also published numerous studies in academic journals and books on such topics as the economics of subprime lending, the impact of technology on foreclosure prevention, and drivers of strategic mortgage default. In 2015 she won the Pulsenomics® Crystal Ball Award for Outstanding Performance in The Zillow® Home Price Expectations Survey for her forecast accuracy and is a participant in the Wall Street Journal’s Monthly Survey of Leading Economists.
For additional resources to help you more effectively identify and capitalize on current industry trends, contact your account manager or visit us online today.
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