World Trade Day: The Impact of Foreign Policy on the Value of the Dollar
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World Trade Day: The Impact of Foreign Policy on the Value of the Dollar

World Trade Day 2019 is an opportunity to connect with international business professionals and export-service providers to network and celebrate Kansas City’s global reach.

When: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
3:30-6 p.m.
Where: RSM (Plaza)
4801 Main Street, Suite 400
Kansas City, Missouri  64112
United States
Contact: 816-423-2632

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What do monetary policy in Europe, Brexit, and instability in the Korean Peninsula have to do with your purchasing power? Likely, more than you think. As cities across the U.S. celebrate World Trade Week, join the Kansas City International Steering Committee to celebrate Greater Kansas City’s 6th annual World Trade Day, an event focused on the importance of global trade and the recognition of our region's international business community. In addition to networking with the international business and affairs community, we will have a broad discussion on the intersection of geopolitics, economics, trade agreements, and how all of it affects the value of the U.S. dollar.

About the Speaker
Marc Chandler, a leading expert on global monetary policy and Chief Market Strategist at Bannockburn Global Forex, will lead our discussion. One of the most widely respected and quoted currency experts, Chandler has been making sense (and making fun) of the global capital markets for more than 30 years. As a keen observer of the interconnection of international politics and economics, Marc appears daily in the financial press – CNBC, CNBC Asia, FOX Business, Bloomberg TV and Radio, Barron’s, The Financial Times, The Washington Post, and more – where he provides his colorful take on the day’s global financial and economic news.


Special Guest: The Ambassador of Ireland
An exciting addition to the World Trade Day agenda, Ambassador Daniel Mulhall of Ireland will discuss transatlantic trade. Daniel Mulhall was born and brought up in Waterford. He pursued his graduate and postgraduate studies at University College Cork where he specialized in modern Irish history and literature. He took up duty as Ireland's 18th Ambassador to the United States in August 2017.



     3:30 p.m.    Registration
     4:00            Program followed by networking hour
     6:00            Event ends

Registration and Parking
Registration for this event is $10 (general) and $5 (students). Ample free parking is available on site in the Kansas City library parking lot. 

Cancellations will be accepted no later than 3 business days prior to the event and people who register but do not attend will be billed.

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About the International Steering Committee
The KC International Steering Committee (ISC) is a dynamic committee of more than 25 organizations with the mission to bring together all of the region’s international affiliated groups for the purpose of a stronger regional focus on global trade. World Trade Day is brought to you by the ISC.