Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Robert Reynolds speaks to the Chamber on national, personal solvency

This morning, Putnam Investments president & CEO Robert Reynolds spoke to Chamber members at an Executive Forum at the Taj Boston Hotel. During his address, Reynolds called on the Massachusetts Congressional Delegation to oppose any policy shift that could undercut incentives for workers to save or employers to offer workplace incentives. While he stated that steps need to be taken to balance the federal budget and put the nation on a path to fiscal solvency, he made it clear that nothing we do to achieve national solvency should come at the expense of personal solvency. Click here to read a press release from Putnam.

View photos of today's event here.

To hear a complete broadcast of this program, tune into WBUR 90.9FM this Sunday, May 29, at 8:00pm.

Press highlights from today's Executive Forum can be found below:
The Chamber would like to thank Citibank for sponsoring this important series.

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