CNBC'S NEXT CAPITAL EXCHANGE EVENT TO FEATURE EXPRESS SCRIPTS' TIM WENTWORTH, SIEMENS' BARBARA HUMPTON & GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY'S LIDDY MANSON

CNBC'S TYLER MATHISEN AND CONTESSA BREWER TO LEAD CONVERSATIONS

Interviews will examine the "Longevity Economy"

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., NOVEMBER 8, 2018 — CNBC today announced that the next Capital Exchange breakfast series event will take place at the InterContinental Washington D.C – The Wharf on Thursday, November 15th. AARP, Alliance for Lifetime Income, Barings and Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. are the sponsors.

The event will feature the following speakers:

  • Tim Wentworth, President and CEO, Express Scripts and
  • Barbara Humpton, CEO, Siemens US (both interviewed by CNBC'S Tyler Mathisen)
  • Liddy Manson, Director, AgingWell Hub, Georgetown University (interviewed by CNBC's Contessa Brewer)

The conversations with Wentworth, Humpton and Manson will explore the theme of the "Longevity Economy." Longer lifespans, technological innovation and changing generational attitudes are converging to transform business and society. What are the business strategies that address the challenges -- and capitalize on the opportunities -- presented by an aging population and workforce?

CNBC's Capital Exchange breakfast series focuses on the confluence of policy, money and growth. Beyond the political posturing and partisan rancor, the policy decisions made in the corridors of the Capitol are informed by, and greatly affect, the boardrooms of corporate America. In this event series, CNBC journalists engage in candid conversations with top CEOs, lawmakers and administration officials, discussing ways public and private sectors can collaborate to grow the economy and create jobs.

To learn more, please visit: https://capitalexchangelongevity.cnbc.com/

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