James Eccleston Presents Opening Remarks at the FPA Suncoast Event

Posted on February 24th, 2016 at 8:40 AM
James Eccleston Presents Opening Remarks at the FPA Suncoast Event

The Florida Suncoast Chapter of the Financial Planning Association (FPA), along with the Global Interdependence Center and Cumberland Advisors, presented an event on February 19th, 2016 at the Sarasota Yacht Club called The Economic Outlook with Loretta J. Mester.  Dr. Mester, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, presented the keynote speech regarding her monetary policy perspectives and the national economy.

James Eccleston, president of the FPA Florida Suncoast Chapter, and chief strategist and lead attorney at Eccleston Law, LLC, participated in the event by presenting the opening remarks. The FPA is the principal professional organization for CFP professionals.

This was a much anticipated and well attended event with 110 people in attendance. James Eccleston is honored to have had the opportunity to participate in this special program.

 

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