Dr Ed has made presentations to numerous agricultural groups both in the US and abroad. He provides monthly commentary for the Northwest Farm Credit System website, and has addressed audiences throughout the nation’s farm credit system.
Carrying on his tenure as Professor Emeritus of Economics and Business at Lafayette College, Ed has led the educational programs as Dean for the West Virginia Banking School and the Virginia School of Banking. He has been on the faculty of many banking schools, including Stonier and the Graduate School of Banking at LSU.
Most recently, Ed is the Executive Director of the Sheshunoff Affiliation Program. This highly acclaimed program provides high performance education and idea exchanges for community bank CEOs, Lenders, and Technology/Operations Officers.
Having served as a community bank director, Dr. Ed believes that one has to experience the dynamics of being a community bank director to fully understand their needs to create the bank's strategic plan, assess risk, set risk parameters, monitor risk, and to be thoroughly educated.
He is the author of the book The Art of Strategic Planning for Community Banks.
As a nationally recognized speaker on economic issues and forecasting techniques, Edmond Seifried, Ph.D., provides a unique, simplified approach that will help your audience through the maze of economic indicators and financial news releases. His presentation offers easy-to-follow directions on how to recognize key economic signals and prepare strategies to cope with the changing economic environment. His focus is on the United States economic prospects for the new millennium and ways for each industry to capitalize on foreseen trends.
- Context In A Changing World
- Economic Forecasts for 2014 and Beyond: A Glimpse at the Post-taper Economy
- The Ag Economy after Fed Tapering: Predictions for Commodity Prices, Land Values, and Farm Income
- Outlook for Your Industry
- Stock Market Projections; The Best Place to Put Your Money
- Agriculture and the Economy—Any Hope Left for the Farmers?
- Economic Overview for Today and Economic Business Forecast for Next Year