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Investment expert to present free economic outlook program Nov. 4

The University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation and Fifth Third Bank will present a free economic outlook program Tuesday, Nov. 4, featuring nationally recognized investment expert Jeff Korzenik.

Korzenik

Korzenik

The free, public program will be held at 3:30 p.m. in the Driscoll Alumni Center Balch-Clapp Auditorium (Room 1019).

Korzenik, a 28-year investment industry veteran who is a frequent guest on CNBC and Bloomberg television, is the chief investment strategist for Fifth Third Bank.

During the presentation, Korzenik will discuss the latest market trends, opportunities and strategies for the economy, and how both businesses and investors can benefit.

“The UT College of Business and Innovation is pleased to partner with Fifth Third Bank in presenting this unique learning opportunity to the campus and business communities,” said Dr. Gary Insch, dean of the UT College of Business and Innovation. “Mr. Korzenik’s expertise is regularly sought out by major business media such as The Wall Street Journal, Businessweek and Barron’s, and we are fortunate to have him come to our campus to share his unique insights.”

Korzenik’s articles on economics and public policy have been published in Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe and other major periodicals.

In addition to regular speaking appearances at conferences and public events, Jeff was invited to testify on Capitol Hill as an expert witness on the use of commodity indexes by pensions and other institutional investors.

Korzenik earned both a bachelor of arts degree in economics and a certificate of proficiency in Near Eastern studies from Princeton University. A passionate supporter of cultural organizations, he serves as a trustee of the Goodman Theatre, a member of the President’s Leadership Council of the Field Museum, and as an overseer of the Peabody Essex Museum.

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