NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Signature Bank (SBNY), a New York-based full-service commercial bank, announced today that its Chairman of the Board, Scott A. Shay, will present at The Economist’s upcoming annual The World in 2014 Summit on Thursday, December 5, 2013, at the Time Warner Center in New York City.
The Economist’s World in 2014 Summit brings the publication and its annual The World in... series to life by focusing on the most important trends affecting senior business decision makers across industries internationally. The magazine has been publishing The World in... stories for 28 years.
Shay will participate in a panel discussion entitled: “Financial Services in 2014” at 11:50 A.M., moderated by Tom Easton, The Economist’s American finance editor. The discussion will focus on the ways in which financial services companies will operate in the year ahead and include topics such as regulatory requirements, balkanization of supervision and the outlook for the economy.
This year’s World in 2014 Summit event brings together some of today’s leaders from business, finance, technology and policy to make predictions about 2014 while offering high-level analysis about the world today. The World in 2014 Summit will provide a big-picture, cross-industry view of the global economy and global trends. Chaired by The Economist’s executive editor and editor of The World in 2014, Daniel Franklin, The World in 2014 Summit will be attended by executives and Economist readers interested in learning about the affects of business and society in 2014 and beyond.
“As part of my participation, I will bring The World in 2014 Summit audience my views on the economy and key business trends, which are heavily shaped by what our small- and medium-sized business clients are seeing, thinking and feeling about the year ahead, the business landscape and the regulatory environment. I am honored to be part of the program, and look forward to contributing,” said Shay.
About Signature Bank
Signature Bank, member FDIC, is a New York-based full-service commercial bank with 27 private client offices throughout the New York metropolitan area. The Bank’s growing network of private client banking teams serves the needs of privately owned businesses, their owners and senior managers. Signature Bank offers a wide variety of business and personal banking products and services. The Bank operates Signature Financial, LLC, a specialty finance subsidiary focused on equipment finance and leasing, transportation financing and taxi medallion financing. Investment, brokerage, asset management and insurance products and services are offered through the Bank’s subsidiary, Signature Securities Group Corporation, a licensed broker-dealer, investment adviser and member FINRA/SIPC.
Since commencing operations in May 2001, the Bank has grown to $21.0 billion in assets, $16.05 billion in deposits, $1.76 billion in equity capital and $1.76 billion in other assets under management as of September 30, 2013. Signature Bank's Tier 1 and risk-based capital ratios are significantly above the levels required to be considered well capitalized.
Signature Bank's 27 offices are located: In Manhattan (9) - 261 Madison Avenue; 300 Park Avenue; 71 Broadway; 565 Fifth Avenue; 950 Third Avenue; 200 Park Avenue South; 1020 Madison Avenue; 50 West 57th Street and 2 Penn Plaza. Brooklyn (3) - 26 Court Street; 84 Broadway and 6321 New Utrecht Avenue. Westchester (2) - 1C Quaker Ridge Road, New Rochelle and 360 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains. Long Island (7) - 1225 Franklin Avenue, Garden City; 279 Sunrise Highway, Rockville Centre; 68 South Service Road, Melville; 923 Broadway, Woodmere; 40 Cuttermill Road, Great Neck; 100 Jericho Quadrangle, Jericho and 360 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge. Queens (3) – 36-36 33rd Street, Long Island City; 78-27 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights and 8936 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica. Bronx (1) - 421 Hunts Point Avenue, Bronx. Staten Island (2) - 2066 Hylan Blvd. and 1688 Victory Blvd.
For more information, please visit www.signatureny.com.
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