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New York Fed President Dudley to Visit Upstate New York on September 26-27
September 12, 2013
NEW YORK—Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William C. Dudley will visit the upstate New York cities of Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse on September 26-27. The trip is President Dudley’s fourth trip to the upstate region, and will serve to inform him on local economic conditions, challenges and opportunities.
During the trip, President Dudley will meet with leaders in the public and nonprofit sector. He will also tour facilities at the Eastman Machine Company, participate in economic development roundtables with local business leaders in both Buffalo and Rochester, and meet with the New York Fed’s Upstate New York Regional Advisory Board.
The visit will conclude with a speech on the national and regional economies before members of the Syracuse University community.
Open press event:
Speech by President Dudley Date: September 27, 2013 Time: 2:00 p.m. Host: The Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University Location: The Whitman School of Management, Helaine and Marvin Lender Auditorium 721 University Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244
Text is expected and will be provided under embargo. Q&A with the audience is also expected. All press must RSVP for this event by contacting Edward Byrnes at email@example.com, 315-443-3834.