Pippa Malmgren was a presidential advisor to George Bush, and is the founder of the DPRM Group, who advise companies and other entities on how the economic and geopolitical landscape affects risk and investment. Pippa is an expert in helping audiences to understand the investment risks we can't see, such as politics, policy and economics.
Dr. Pippa Malmgren is an American policy analyst who previously served as Special Assistant to the President George W.Bush of the United States for Economic Policy on the National Economic Council. She is also a former member of the U.S. President's Working Group on Financial Markets.
Pippa founded DRPM Group, which helps businesses, investors and policymakers discern how risk and prices move across the global economy. She brings together insights about politics, geopolitics, markets and policy that signal critical and investable trends.
Working with hedge funds; investment banks and fund managers, as well as Sovereign Wealth Funds, and pension funds, Pippa appreciates the importance of manufacturing in modern economies and is a part owner and on the board of H Robotics, a manufacturing and robotics development firm.
She serves on several advisory boards including the British Ministry of Defence Working Group on Global Strategic Trends; the Greater London Authority Infrastructure Advisory Board; the Economic Advisory Board to the Prime Minister of Malaysia; the Legatum Institute at MIT and Indiana University School of Public Policy and Environmental Affairs.
In late 2018, she was named one of the Fifty Top Inspiring Women in the UK and one of the Top 100 in Tech by @WATC_WeAreTech. She serves as a judge on The Queen’s Enterprise Business Awards in 2018 and 2019 and as a judge for the EG Property Awards. She and Walter Isaacson together won the 2015 Intelligence Squared Debate on Robotics. Forbes has called @DrPippaM a “Must Follow” on Twitter since 2015. In 2018 she was listed as one of the Most Influential Economists in the World, Most Influential in Geopolitics. Top 100 Women in Blockchain, 5th Most Powerful Women in Finance and the 3rd most important Influencer on Robotics on Twitter (2017).
She served as financial market advisor to the President in the White House and on the National Economic Council from 2001-2002.
She was a member of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets and the Working Group on Corporate Governance, dealing with Enron, Sarbanes Oxley as well the Anti-Money Laundering provisions of the Patriot Act and had responsibility for terrorism risks to the economy on the NEC after 9/11.
She was the Deputy Head of Global Strategy at UBS and the Chief Currency Strategist for Bankers Trust. She headed the Global Investment Management business for Bankers Trust in Asia.
In 2000, The World Economic Forum in Davos named Pippa a Global Leader for Tomorrow. She is a Governor and member of the Council of Management of the Ditchley Foundation in the UK.
Pippa is a Non-Executive Board Member of the Department of International Trade in the UK. She also serves as a Senior Associate Fellow of RUSI and on the British Ministry of Defence Working Group on Global Strategic Trends. She Chairs the Lewis PR Advisory Board (LAB) and is a member of the Greater London Authority Infrastructure Advisory Board. She serves on the Drone/UAV Committee of The British Standards Institute, Real Vision TV, and is a member of the British Science Association’s 2018 Huxley Summit and Indiana University’s School of Public Policy and Environmental Affairs as well as the Indiana University Manufacturing Initiative. She sometimes participates in the Pentagon’s scenario sessions.
Pippa is also a frequent guest on the BBC, including Newsnight and the Today Program, and a guest anchor on both CNBC's Squawk Box and Bloomberg.
An expert in foreign affairs, modern economies, geopolitics and political security, Pippa is perfect for all events relating to current affairs.