Following an unprecedented U.S. transition to power, President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. took the oath of office on January 20, 2021. How will the Biden Administration establish a strategic agenda, as the country looks to recover from an economic downturn, with a rising tide of COVID-19 and vaccination rollout? The Biden Administration’s first 100 days of the year will prove crucial to set the tone for the U.S. economy with implications for the global recovery.
Join us for insights on critical policy shifts, cross-sector business challenges, looming environmental and infrastructure legislation, plus analysis on government’s ability to build resilience against foreign and domestic crises, and restore U.S. competitiveness.
Attendees of this webinar, will gain insights into the following:
- The long-term effects of COVID-19 on the U.S. and macroeconomic outlooks
- U.S. climate resilience, the low-carbon economy and global climate objectives
- The pandemic response from the federal government, regulatory agencies and central banks, with analysis on the stimulus and job reports in 1H 2021
- Sustainability frameworks – investing, benchmarks and infrastructure
Speakers from S&P Global:
Courtney Geduldig, Chief Public and Government Affairs Officer, S&P Global
Paul Grenwald, Global Chief Economist, S&P Global
Mona Naqvi, Senior Director, Head of ESG Product Strategy, North America, S&P Down Jones Indices