Market volatility, rising rates, and recession – Asset protection for a down cycle
With market fluctuations happening daily, federal policies that are doing little to impact inflation, and businesses looking to hang on to the post-COVID recovery, there is more turmoil occurring right now than Vistage members have seen in decades. During times of economic downturn, lawsuits become an even bigger business. Individuals, creditors, and other organizations turn to the legal system in an effort to reduce the impacts of the greater economic cycle. For business owners who are focused on growth through any external forces, taking appropriate action to protect the value of your personal and professional assets holds more importance as we make our way into the uncertain headwinds ahead.
This webinar gives you some quick actionable insights to help you take action to develop your toolkit and put yourself in the best position to handle any threats that may come from the potential recession cycle ahead.
About the presenter
Hillel L. Presser | Managing Partner and Founder at The Presser Law Firm
Hillel L. Presser, Esq. represents individuals and businesses in connection with the establishment of comprehensive asset protection plans that incorporate both domestic and international components. In addition to helping to rewrite Asset Protection Laws, Hillel has represented some of today’s most well-known business owners, doctors, celebrities, and professional athletes. Hillel Presser has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines, and he has authored several books and articles on Asset Protection, including “Asset Protection Secrets” (Revised Edition), and “Financial Self–Defense,” just to name a few.
Hillel Presser graduated from the School of Management at Syracuse University and obtained his law degree from Nova Southeastern University where he was awarded the “Book Award” for the highest academic achievement in business entities and corporations. He completed his Masters in Marketing at Lynn University. He also served as an Adjunct Faculty Member (Law) at Lynn University.