Mike Brisson, senior economist at Moody’s Analytics, will join Auto Finance News on Wednesday, May 12, at 1:30 p.m. ET during the Auto Finance Risk Summit to discuss the macroeconomic implications of the pandemic on auto finance and the auto market in the year ahead. The summit returns as a virtual experience May 11 and 12.
Brisson will provide insight into long-term auto finance implications for the current recession, expectations for auto sales and financial trends through the end of the year, and the influence consumer confidence and spending habits have on car-buying markets.
As a lead analyst at Moody’s Analytics, Brisson oversees “AutoCycle,” a residual value forecasting tool. He previously taught macroeconomics at Northeastern University in Boston, where he earned his doctorate degree in applied economics. Brisson has developed econometric models for tax and revenue projects used by local and state governments.
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