Bill Jamieson is Executive Editor of The Scotsman writing regularly on finance and economics as well as covering politics and current affairs. He is also a regular contributor to Scotland on Sunday and Spectator Business and is a commentator on business and economics affairs for BBC Scotland radio and television.
In 2009 he won Business Journalist of the Year and overall Journalist of the Year in the Scottish Press Awards. He also collected Campaign of the Year Award for The Scotsman for its series of articles on the Lloyds-HBOS merger.
Bill is an accomplished speaker on business and investment injecting passion and humour in his presentations on business and politics.
Prior to joining The Scotsman in 2000, he was for seven years Economics Editor of The Sunday Telegraph.
In addition to public speaking and journalism Bill is the author of a number of books on economics and politics including 'An Illustrated Guide to the British Economy' and 'Scotland's Ten Tomorrows: The Devolution Crisis'.
Bill's topics include the domestic and global effects of changes in the economy and the financial markets. He is also a passionate advocate of the positive overall economic effects of championing entrepreneurism and why regulation and risk aversion will damage this.
Executive Editor of The Scotsman writing regularly on finance and economics as well as covering politics and current affairs. A regular contributor to Scotland on Sunday and Spectator Business and a regular on BBC Scotland radio and television.
Former editor of The Sun and media entrepreneur. Hilarious speaker and insightful business man who could grab attention especially because of the recent phone hacking scandal.
Former Sunday Times editor. Presents the Daily Politics and This Week on the BBC and is often asked to chair conferences and speak, either keynote or after dinner. We saw him at the IoD a couple of years’ back and were very impressed in his analysis of current political trends, and their economic affects.
Former editor of the Sunday Mirror and Sunday Express, she was the first woman to edit a national newspaper and worked for both Maxwell and Murdoch, but was sacked by neither! Mother of Claudia Winkleman.