Oluwaropo A. (Abbey) Omodunbi is assistant vice president and senior economist for The PNC Financial Services Group.
In this role, Omodunbi is responsible for contributing to PNC’s regional, national and international economic analysis and forecasts, including coverage of metropolitan area economies throughout PNC’s footprint. In addition, Omodunbi also speaks frequently about the economy to PNC clients and regional media. Omodunbi is frequently cited in international, national, and regional media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, CNN, CBS News and MarketWatch. In addition, he appears regularly on NPR.
Prior to joining PNC in October 2018, Omodunbi spent three years in risk management at Goldman Sachs in New York. He also worked as a summer research fellow at The Conference Board, New York.
Omodunbi is a member of The Economic Club of Pittsburgh - the local chapter of National Association of Business Economics (NABE). He is the past research director at the non-profit FREE (Finance Requires Effective Education), a financial literacy initiative.
Omodunbi earned his Ph.D. in economics from State University of New York (Binghamton) with concentrations in labor economics and econometrics. He also has a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from New Jersey Institute of Technology.