June 30, 2020

Webinar Recap: The Outlook for Private Businesses amid COVID-19 and the Upcoming Elections

Marcum Advisory & Consulting Forum Webinar Series

Webinar Recap: The Outlook for Private Businesses amid COVID-19 and the Upcoming Elections Advisory

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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

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As your trusted advisors, Marcum is committed to sharing the best information available concerning the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis to our clients and colleagues during this time.  

COVID-19 has disrupted supply chains, changed consumer habits and damaged worldwide economies. The impact of the pandemic is and will continue to be felt by most businesses from Wall Street to Main Street. Emerging from COVID-19 related shutdowns will require businesses to assess, reassess, and redeploy resources to survive.

Please join us for this informational session that will feature guest speaker: Jeb Hensarling, UBS – Executive Vice Chairman of the Americas, who will share insight and economic outlook for business owners.

Topics Include

  • COVID – 19 and the government’s response with stimulus money
  • Public Policy as it relates to current economic conditions
  • 2020 Election Outlook – what that could mean depending on who wins


Jeb Hensarling

Jeb Hensarling

Executive Vice Chairman Americas, UBS

Mr. Hensarling is Executive Vice Chairman of UBS Americas, where he works closely with thier Financial Advisors, bankers and senior leadership to build and strengthen their most important client relationships across their businesses. With a long career in both public service and business, Mr. Hensarling focuses on delivering insights and ideas that differentiate UBS in the eyes of our clients and that help them achieve their goals. Mr. Hensarling recently completed an eight-term career in the U.S. Congress. He served three terms as Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, which exercises jurisdiction over a broad swath of the nation’s economy including banking, securities, insurance, housing and monetary policy. During his tenure, the Wall Street Journal referred to Hensarling as “[the driver] of economic policy in the House.”

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