Investment Leader Round Table

Join us for a private evening with colleagues and special guests

by invitation only

Tuesday, May 7, 2024

7:00 pm EST | 10:00 pm EST

Ai Fiori, 400 5th Avenue #2, New York, NY 10018
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres 6-7p, Dinner 7-10p

You are cordially invited to join CFRA for a private evening with fellow investment leaders and the former deputy directors of the White House National Economic Council (NEC) under President Biden and former President Trump.

In addition to networking and conversation with colleagues, we’ll discuss the outlook for economic, financial services, and housing policy priorities that will drive markets in the next administration, including:

  • Major economic priorities for the next administration and expected shifts in leadership
  • Tax policy outlook ahead of the expiration of provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Priorities in bank and financial sector regulation and views on systemic risks
  • Housing finance reform and prospects for releasing the GSEs from conservatorship
  • Competition policy and receptivity for mergers and acquisitions

Attendance is limited, reserve your seat today

Special Guests

Andrew Olmem
Andrew Olmem served as the Deputy Assistant to President Trump for Economic Policy and Deputy Director of the White House National Economic Council. In that role, he oversaw the development of the Trump administration's domestic economic policies, including for financial services, technology, telecom, energy, and infrastructure. Before joining the White House, Andrew served as the Republican Chief Counsel and Deputy Staff Director for the Senate Banking Committee, which included leading negotiations on the Housing and Economic Recovery Act and Dodd-Frank Act. Andrew also previously served as an assistant economist for monetary policy at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. He has been featured by CNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, and Politico, among other outlets. Washingtonian Magazine listed Andrew as one of the 500 Most Influential People in Washington. He is currently a partner at Mayer Brown, where is co-leads the financial services, regulatory, and enforcement practice.
Bharat Ramamurti
Bharat Ramamurti served as the Deputy Assistant to President Biden for Economic Policy and Deputy Director of the White House National Economic Council, as well as Advisor for Strategic Economic Communications in the Biden-Harris Administration. In that role, he helped shape the Biden administration’s economic message, worked with Congress to secure the enactment of several landmark pieces of economic legislation, and helped lead the efforts on financial regulation, student debt, competition policy, and artificial intelligence, among others. Before joining the Biden administration, he was appointed as a Member of the Congressional Oversight Commission for the CARES Act by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY). He previously served as the top banking and economic policy advisor for Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), including during her presidential campaign. He currently serves as a senior adviser for economic strategy to the American Economic Liberties Project.