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Presidents of the Chicago, Atlanta and Philadelphia Feds and Economic Leaders Discuss Critical Issues at Annual Economic Summit

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SOURCE Bronze Buffalo Foundation

JACKSON, Wyo., July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/-- Policymakers, global economists and business leaders discussed entrepreneurship, municipal bonds, monetary policy and the global economy at the sixth annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit on July 11, 2014. Hosted by the Global Interdependence Center (GIC), the Bronze Buffalo Foundation and Utah State University, the event included analyses from two Federal Reserve Bank presidents – Charles Evans of Chicago and Dennis Lockhart of Atlanta, moderated by a third Federal Reserve Bank president, Charles Plosser of Philadelphia.

Evans, Lockhart and Plosser, along with 16 other speakers and moderators, spoke to a crowd of nearly 300 entrepreneurs, bankers, money managers and investors at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts. The presentations (which are now available at www.interdependence.org) drew the attention of media outlets, including Bloomberg, Reuters, Market News International, The New York Times, Business Insider, the Wall Street Journal and others.

The Rocky Mountain Economic Summit was founded in 2009 by Bronze Buffalo Club co-founders Justin and Cody Hyde and expanded to include Brian Hymel, partner of Dunn Properties, the Sage Partners at UBS, and David Kotok, CIO of Cumberland Advisors and vice chairman of the central banking series at the Global Interdependence Center.

"This conference has successfully established itself as one of the top economic summit events in the world," said Justin Hyde, co-founder of the Bronze Buffalo Foundation. "It's a unique opportunity for the world's leading economists and businesspeople to speak directly to the public about the most pressing issues they are facing today."

For details on the seventh annual Rocky Mountain Economic Summit, scheduled for July 10, 2015, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, visit www.interdependence.org.

About the Bronze Buffalo Foundation

Founded in 2011, The Bronze Buffalo Foundation provides financial support to charitable organizations nationwide, focusing on the issues that face children and young people. The Bronze Buffalo Foundation acts as an intermediary between generous donors and socially responsible charities to enact lasting change. More than just funding organizations, The Bronze Buffalo Foundation is committed to promoting impact in the lives of the youth of our communities, improving worldwide living standards, and measuring impact quantitatively with pre-established goals created with our participants.

About the Global Interdependence Center

The Global Interdependence Center is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization that seeks to stimulate thoughtful, global dialogue on a wide range of topics that affect the international community, including economics, health care and government. GIC convenes conferences and discussions, both domestically and internationally, to identify and address emerging global issues. For more information, visit GIC's website at www.interdependence.org.

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Amanda Lichtenstein
Global Interdependence Center
215-238-0990
alichtenstein@interdependence.org

Bronze Buffalo Foundation
385-743-8970
admin@bronzebuffalo.org

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