NCB Cayman Limited, a leading private banking and wealth management services provider in the Cayman Islands, hosted its second Annual Economic Update in June.
Featuring guest speaker, Lindsey Piegza, Ph.D., chief economist and managing director of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company. Lindsey specializes in research and analysis of global economic trends and activity, world economies, financial markets and fiscal policies. Piegza was in Cayman this time last year to share her insight on the global economy, fiscal policy and the financial markets; and returned to present her views on current trends from a global and regional perspective. Piegza was in Cayman as the guest of NCB Cayman, which this year celebrates 25 years as a private banking and wealth management services provider in the Cayman Islands.
Lindsey is a highly sought after speaker and is often quoted in the international business press. She is a regular guest on CNBC, Fox News, CNN and Bloomberg, as well as on US radio and other US business news outlets. She is also a monthly op-ed contributor for The Hill.
Phillip Harrison, managing director of NCB Cayman, said: “We were delighted to once again host Lindsey as our guest. With a presence in Cayman for over 25-years, and our longstanding relationship with Stifel, corporate and private clients have certainly benefited from this association and access to world-class expertise. We very much enjoyed welcoming existing clients, professional colleagues and new associates to the presentation to hear Lindsey’s current insights on the global financial markets.”
Lindsey Piegza joined Stifel in 2015 amid the merger with Sterne Agee where she was chief economist. Prior to her roles with Stifel and Sterne Agee, she was the senior economist for an investment bank for eight years in New York City. In addition to her experience in the private market, Piegza published numerous academic papers in prestigious journals such as the Harvard Business Review and in textbooks from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.