Webinars

Discussions of economic and policy issues, banks and banking, and economic education.

2022

Payments in 2022: What Had Our Attention? - December 15, 2022

Dec 15, 2022

Register to join us on December 15 for a Talk About Payments webinar when the Atlanta Fed's Retail Payments Risk Forum members share their picks for the 2022 word of the year and discuss noteworthy payments trends.

Ask Us Anything: Finding Talent with Skills Based Practices – November 30, 2022

Nov 30, 2022

Join the Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity on November 30 for this conversational webinar at 2 p.m. (ET). The event will discuss how shifting to skills-based practices could help employers find talent in a tight labor market. Our guest speakers are Katie Kirkpatrick, president and chief executive officer of the Metro Atlanta Chamber (MAC); Bridgette Gray, chief executive officer and cofounder of Opportunity@Work; and Ashley Black, managing director of global equity strategies at Delta Air Lines. Discover how skills-based practices might expand talent pools and improve diversity.

Financial Exploitation of Aging Adults - November 10, 2022

Nov 10, 2022

Older adults make up the fastest-growing segment of the United States population. Along with this population growth has been an increase in the rate of financial exploitation of older adults. In the November 10 episode of our webinar series, criminologists from Florida State University describe the current research, theory, and policy responses associated with the growing social problem of elder financial abuse.

ATM Attack Trends and Defenses - November 3, 2022

Nov 03, 2022

ATM crime has increased significantly over the past two years. In this November 3 Talk About Payments webinar, a panel of security experts discusses trends in cyber and physical attacks against ATM terminals and personnel.

Residential Real Estate Forum: Strategies and Innovations for Home Ownership Attainability - September 7, 2022

Sep 07, 2022

Hear about innovations that seek to increase home ownership attainability. Replay our September 7 webinar.

Residential Real Estate Market Update: Firm Foundations or Shifting Sands? - August 16, 2022

Aug 16, 2022

What do current conditions and trends in residential real estate tell us about potential risks as the market confronts rising mortgage rates and declining home ownership affordability?

Ask Us Anything: Partnerships between Community Development Financial Institutions and Workforce Development Organizations – August 9, 2022

Aug 09, 2022

Inability to secure capital to improve worker skills or expand training programs can prevent growth in a local economy. Nisha Sutaria, left, director of programs and impact at the Community Development Bankers Association; Tim Cerebe, vice president of financial wellness programs at Freedom First Credit Union; and Donna Nuccio, vice president of New Market Tax Credit Investing at New Markets Support Company, discuss their experiences working with workforce developers and key components of successful relationships.

All About Project Hamilton

Jun 09, 2022

What might a central bank digital currency look like? And how would it work? Talk About Payments features two senior leaders from Project Hamilton, a project studying the implications of a CBDC.

Commercial Real Estate: Certain Uncertainty - May 19, 2022

May 19, 2022

This webinar featured Brian Bailey, commercial real estate subject matter expert, who examined the challenges in understanding the future path of commercial real estate fundamentals and values in a rising-rate environment with greater uncertainty and high inflation.

Fed Listens: Community Listening Session in Nashville - April 11, 2022

Apr 11, 2022

Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic moderated conversation with local leaders; Federal Reserve governors Michelle Bowman and Christopher Waller spoke.

Ask Us Anything: Skill Development and the Growth of Green Jobs - March 31, 2022

Mar 31, 2022

The United Nations describes a green economy as "low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive." Betony Jones, senior adviser for workforce at the US Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Paula DiPerna, special adviser to CDP North America, and Peggy Brannigan, director of global environmental sustainability at LinkedIn, discuss how the green economy includes roles throughout the economy at large, including the energy industry and companies with products that are substitutes for high-emission products.

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