Financial Policy Council Re-Elects Ziad Abdelnour to Three Year Term

Ziad Abdelnour, Founder and President of the Financial Policy Council, has been re-elected by the board of directors to another three year term based on his outstanding track record.

New York, NY, January 26, 2014 --( During his position as President of the Financial Policy Council, Ziad Abdelnour has demonstrated remarkable success. He put together a Board of Directors of 17 first class individuals who have one thing in common: a genuine pursuit of excellence and sense of mission second to none. At the end of the day, it's all about having the right people on board. Ziad Abdelnour hopes to increase the board to 21 members by the end of 1Q 2014.

Ziad also formed a First Class Publications Committee that is already producing its own proprietary research, with a goal of increasing capabilities by at least fivefold in the upcoming three years.

Ziad Abdelnour and the Financial Policy Council co-sponsored with the Hudson Institute - one of Washington's premier think tanks - a series of 12 events over a 3 month period back in 2011 dealing with fiscal and monetary policy. He lured over 300 financiers of the highest caliber to the different venues. This was clearly the series of events that put the Financial Policy Council at the forefront of "financial innovation" and set the stage.

In addition, Ziad Abdelnour organized Twenty World Class Events with speakers ranging from members of the US Congress (Nan Hayworth, Scott Garrett, Jim Moody & John Le Boutilier) Academia (Burt Abrams, Tom Rossman and Edward Stringham), Wall Street (Morty Davis, Constance Hunter, and Victor Sperandeo), Washington Think Tanks (Herb London, Fred Smith, Scott Hodge and Gal Luft), Former Governors (Jim Gilmore), Corporate America (Rand Corporation & JP Morgan), Hollywood (Alan Schwalb) along with former Budget Director under Reagan David Stockman.... bringing over 1,600 guests to their venues.

The mission of the Financial Policy Council, a research think tank and educational institution, is to formulate and promote sound public policy based on the principles of free enterprise and wealth creation as envisioned by the ideals of the American Founding Fathers.
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