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Does the 7-Year U.S. Economic Recovery Have Legs After Brexit? By Joe Williams, Christie Cody, Scott Colbert
July 28, 2016

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Title of presentation: Does the 7-Year U.S. Economic Recovery Have Legs After Brexit?
Date of presentation: 7/28/2016
Running time: 25 minutes
Speakers:
Joe Williams, CFA
Chief Investment Strategist
Commerce Trust Company
Christie Cody, CFA, CFP
Director of Portfolio Management
Commerce Trust Company
Scott Colbert, CFA
Chief Economist and Director of Fixed Income
Commerce Trust Company
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Joe Williams
Joseph C. Williams, III, CFA® Senior Vice President, Director of Investment Strategies Commerce Trust Company
Joe is the director of investment strategies for Commerce Trust Company as well as a senior portfolio manager. Additionally, he serves on the Investment Policy Committee and the Equity Strategy Committee. Joe is the co-manager of the Commerce Growth and Mid-Cap Growth strategy. He has more than 37 years of experience in investment management with Commerce Trust. He received his bachelor of science degree from Drake University and is a member of both the Kansas City Society of Financial Analysts and the CFA Institute. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Scott Colbert
Scott M. Colbert, CFA® Executive Vice President, Chief Economist and Director of Fixed Income Management Commerce Trust Company
Scott is the chief economist and director of fixed income management with Commerce Trust Company. He joined Commerce in 1993 and has investment responsibilities for over $19 billion in fixed income assets. Scott directly manages the Commerce Short-Term Government and the flagship Commerce Bond strategies. Scott received his bachelor of science degree in nuclear engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 1986 and received his master of business administration from Xavier University in 1988. He has been both a director and president of the Chartered Financial Analyst Society of St. Louis.
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