Lecturer Accounting and Finance
University of West Indies
Antigua and Barbuda
Stacey Estwick is a lecturer in Finance and Accounting at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus. An chartered accountant by profession, she is currently pursuing a PhD in Finance with emphasis on developing capital structure models applicable to the Caribbean. She is also a member of Caribbean Investment and Wealth Management group and Financial Management Association International (FMA) and is the Coordinator of the M.Sc. Finance program at the University. She has conducted some research in business ethics but her major research areas are in Finance and include Capital Structure and Risk Management, and Regional Tax issues. A former finance practitioner, she has also conducted major business finance and audit consultancies in the Offshore sector, and brings a wealth of practical experience to the world of academia.
Corporate finance Ethics Risk Management
Estwick S. The Small Business Finance Dilemma: An Exploratory Study of Barbadian Firms. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies. 2013 Sep 1;38(3):1.
Estwick SA. The impact of principal-principal conflict on financial flexibility. Qualitative Research in Financial Markets. 2017;8:305-30.
Alleyne P, Weekes-Marshall D, Estwick S, Chaderton R. Factors Influencing Ethical Intentions Among Future Accounting Professionals in the Caribbean. Journal of Academic Ethics. 2014 Jun 1;12(2):129-44.