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YELLEN HAS ARRIVED — This afternoon, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and her colleagues would almost certainly lift the federal funds rate goal by 25 basis points to a range of 0.75 to 1.00 percent. The real news will come from the statement’s analysis and Yellen’s 2:30 p.m. press conference, which will focus on the probable course of rate increases for the rest of the year, especially at the June meeting.
Yellen would almost certainly be questioned about the effect of possible fiscal stimulus from Congress and the Trump administration on the Fed’s plans for rate increases during her press conference. MM polled a number of smart people for their quick thoughts about what the Fed will do today and what it means.
Chris Whalen of Whalen Global Advisors, formerly of KBRA: “For traditional purposes, the Fed would make the anticipated rate cut. The problem is that they are unwinding an eight-year policy experiment. Yellen made a mistake by raising interest rates before that the Fed’s $4.2 trillion portfolio, which includes $1.7 trillion in mortgage-backed securities.
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Former lawmakers and crisis experts are being deployed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc., which for years saw no need to play the conventional Washington lobbying game, as it attempts to quell the political firestorm that threatens its well-honed brand.
In the wake of a Securities and Exchange Commission fraud suit against the company this month, the firm’s 12-person government relations office in Washington is assisting what one person involved referred to as a franchise security plan. An ex-House Democratic Leader, a former Reagan White House chief of staff, President Bill Clinton’s SEC chairman, and President Barack Obama’s first White House counsel are among the advisers.
The campaign’s first test comes today, when Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein and six other current or former employees testify before a Senate committee investigating the firm’s involvement in the subprime loan crisis. Former partners of the firm have gone on to become Treasury secretaries, top presidential advisors, and even senators, as a result of the grilling.
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Michael is a founding partner of TM Capital, which he co-founded in 1989 with his colleagues. He has led some of TM Capital’s most complicated merger, takeover, funding, and restructuring transactions with both publicly listed and privately owned clients. Michael has honed his industry knowledge by assisting clients in a variety of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing goods, corporate services, consumer products, and retailing.
He is a member of the Keystone Screw Corp. board of directors, and he previously served on the boards of directors of Lazer Inc. and Immucor, Inc. (NASDAQ). Michael was responsible for several transactions conducted by TM Capital that helped develop Immucor’s market value from under $100 million to over $2 billion as a board member and advisor to the company for over a decade. He started his career in the mergers and acquisitions department at Thomson McKinnon Securities Inc., where he worked from 1983 to 1989.
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Maria Cornejo, the National Alliance’s director of activities, has been with the organization since 1996. She is in charge of the National Alliance’s day-to-day activities and oversees a broad range of administrative, logistical, and operational responsibilities in a number of program fields, including human resources, accounting, budgeting, board liaison, information technology, and program growth assistance. Maria is now in charge of the National Alliance’s website. Maria was born and raised in Washington, D.C. She can also communicate in two languages (English & Spanish).
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Karlene Lucas is in charge of Affiliate Membership and event coordination. She has worked with employers for over 12 years in the fields of value-based benefit design, diabetes, asthma, and health programs. Karlene’s work on a groundbreaking value-based benefit design program in diabetes has been published in many health care journals, including Health Affairs. She was the director of outreach and demonstration programs for the Florida Health Care Coalition before joining the National Alliance (FLHCC). FLHCC is the largest company coalition in Florida that represents almost two million people who are covered by health insurance. ABC World News Tonight, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal have all noted its clinical quality initiative on a local, statewide, and national level. Karlene has a bachelor’s degree in cardiopulmonary sciences from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in business administration from Nova Southeastern University.