Economic & Finance Speakers
From market disruptions and rapidly shifting economies, our selection of expert finance and economic speakers share key trends that will help you navigate changing markets and predict the future of finance.
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E E: < £3K Graeme Leach is CEO & Chief Economist of macronomics, a macroeconomic, geopolitical and future megatrends research consultancy launched in 2016.
E E: < £3K Guy Fraser Sampson has spent 25 years working in the investment and private equity business, and is an insightful and resourceful business keynote speaker and facilitator.
C C: £5K - £10K An economics journalist and associate editor for the Independent, Hamish is a renowned speaker on the world's economy and the future.
C C: £5K - £10K Chairman of RBS, and former Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science, Howard Davies was also formerly Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.
B B: £10K - £15K Director of Oxford's James Martin 21st Century School, & former VP of the World Bank, Dr Ian Goldin speaks on future trends in technology, science, climate, demography, trade and finance.
D D: £3K - £5K Iona Bain is a financial journalist and broadcaster who founded the pioneering Young Money Blog in 2011 and is the go-to voice for millennial money in the UK.
C C: £5K - £10K Jasmine is a British TV personality, money expert, speaker and writer who manages to mix finance and comedy into "a kind of laughing stockbroker!"
D D: £3K - £5K Jason founded Bloomsbury Wealth Management and was recognised by Citywire as one of the UK’s top 100 financial advisers. He is a critically acclaimed author and columnist for The Financial Times. He uses his expertise to educate 4 million UK employees as Head of Financial Education at Salary Finance, the workplace financial wellbeing provider.
A A: £15K & Over Jason Jennings is a researcher and one of the most successful and prolific business and leadership authors in the world
A A: £15K & Over Jeremy Rifkin talks on the economic, environmental, social and cultural impacts of new technologies introduced into the global economy.
B B: £10K - £15K Jo Johnson was the MP for Orpington from 2010 to 2019, is a Contributing Editor to the Financial Times, and is in demand as a keynote speaker and commentator on the UK and global economy.
D D: £3K - £5K Professor of Global Economy at Cranfield School of Management, Joe specialises in global macroeconomics and business strategy.
C C: £5K - £10K A former member of the Monetary Policy Committee and the former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.
B B: £10K - £15K Jon Matonis has an extensive career in the financial and cryptocurrency industry, holding influential roles at companies like VISA and VeriSign, serving as a founding board member of the Bitcoin Foundation, and advocating for Bitcoin to various institutions and organisations.