The Trump Administration: What to Expect, How to Prepare
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
5:30pm - 8:00pm EST
Venue
CACI
1100 N. Glebe St.
Arlington, Virginia 22201
1st Floor Delaware/Pennsylvania Room (Those arriving via Metro or cab at the front door after 6 PM, please call 202-521-7917 for access. Those arriving by car - please park anywhere on the first level of the parking garage. Once in the building, take the elevator to the Lobby/1st floor)
2017 brings a new administration to Washington, D.C. as President-elect Trump takes office. What will the administration change mean for the regulatory climate, economy and financial markets? 
 
Join the NIRI Capital Area Chapter for a discussion of what is coming and how Investor Relations Officers should prepare. We have invited Daniel Clifton, Partner and Head of Policy Research at Strategas Research Partners, to provide insights into what to expect in the new year and suggestions on how to prepare for change. 

We will also toast the holiday season with cocktails and heavy hors d'oeuvres!
 

Daniel Clifton
Partner and Head of Policy Research
Strategas Research Partners. 

In this capacity, Mr. Clifton evaluates government policy initiatives and its impact on the US and global economies, equity and bond markets for institutional investors. Daniel and his team have been recognized by Institutional Investor magazine in their annual survey for the past seven years. His research and political analysis on the interaction between legislation, policy and equity markets is often cited in the media. Dan is also a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business News.

Prior to joining Strategas, Mr. Clifton was Executive Director of the American Shareholders Association (ASA), a non-partisan, non-profit organization which analyzes public policy affecting shareholders. In this capacity, Daniel was one of the lead lobbyists on the successful efforts to lower capital gains and dividend tax rates to 15 percent, a repatriation tax holiday on foreign source revenue, and reform of the nation's pension system. Prior to joining ASA, Mr. Clifton was Federal Affairs Manager for Americans for Tax Reform and served as a senior staff member in two gubernatorial administrations working on economic and fiscal policy issues. Daniel has also worked in various capacities on elections at federal, state, and local levels. Mr. Clifton received both his BA in Urban Planning and his MS in Public Policy from Rutgers University where he was a Fellow at the Eagleton Institute of Politics and a Harold Martin Fellow for Public Policy.