Speaker: Dr Lacy Hunt
Company: Hoisington Investment Management Company
Location: Plaza Club (100 W. Houston St.)
Member Cost: N.A.
Non-Member Cost: $20
PD Credit: Yes
Dr. Hunt will be speaking to us about "The Rising Risks of Recession - Implications for Financial Markets" during our October lunch meeting. You won't want to miss this timely topic by such a well known economist... AND this is a PD credit event. Please be sure to RSVP!
Dr. Lacy Hunt, an internationally known economist, is Executive Vice President of Hoisington Investment Management Company, a firm that manages
$4.5 billion for pension funds, endowments, insurance companies and others.
He is also Chief Economist of the Wasatch Hoisington Treasury Bond Fund, a no load mutual fund that invest in U.S. Treasury securities, and Vice-Chairman of Hoisington Management's strategic investment policy committee.
Lacy Hunt is the author of two books, and numerous articles in leading magazines, periodicals and scholarly journals. Included among the publishers of his articles are. Barron's, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, the Journal of Finance, the Financial Analysts Journal and the Journal of Portfolio Management. For many years, he was a regular contributor to Standard and Poor's Credit Week.
He has made numerous presentations in all the major financial and economic centers in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and North America. He has appeared on radio and television outside of the United States, including The BBC, NHK and TV Tokyo. Dr. Hunt has testified before various committees of Congress, including House Ways and Means, Senate Finance and Senate Banking. Previously, he was Chief U.S. Economist for the HSBC Group, one of the world's largest banks, Executive Vice President and Chief Economist at Fidelity Bank and Vice President for Monetary Economics at Chase Econometrics Associates, Inc. A native of Texas, Dr. Hunt has served as Senior Economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
He earned his BA from the University of the South (1964), his MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (1966), and his Ph.D. in Economics from the Fox School of Business and Management of Temple University (1969).