Declan Curry was most recently the presenter on 'On the Money' - a weekly business and workplace programme on BBC 5 Live and occasionally the presenter on 5 Live's afternoon news programme 'Drive' where he's was also business presenter. He presented the business debate programme 'Show Me The Money' on the BBC News Channel.
Prior to this he presented the BBC's "Working Lunch" business programme, which he co-presented with Naga Munchetty. He also presented business news "Breakfast" on BBC One and BBC News 24 reporting each morning from the studios of the London Stock Exchange, covering business, the economy, the workplace and personal finance. He interviewed chief executives, trade union leaders, stock market watchers and economists, along with individual workers and investors. He also broadcast his own personalised reports on the stock market and investing.
Declan has also appeared coast-to-coast across the United States each morning, with a live business and news report for the US network ABC as well as writing a regular diary column for ABC's news website, ABCNews.com
He was a business presenter with BBC News 24 since the channel's launch in 1997. Before that, he presented BBC Radio 5 Live's early morning business programme, "Wake up to Money", and produced and reported for a range of programmes, including Radio 4's "Moneybox", Radio 5 Live's "Financial World Tonight", and "World Business Report" on BBC World Service.
He has also worked for the independent production company Mentorn, on programmes including BBC Two's "Pound for Pound" and Channel 4's "Consequences".
He writes for newspapers and magazines in the UK, Ireland and the United States. He has been published in the "Independent" and "Guardian" newspapers, "Shares" and "Caterer & Hotelkeeper" magazines, "Business & Finance" in Dublin, "The Irish Examiner" in Cork, and "The Ulster Newsletter" in Belfast.
Declan has chaired many national high-profile conferences and awards ceremonies including the National Business Awards conference, the BCSC Annual Conference, the EMAP/AM Dealer conference and the DTI e-commerce awards. He has also presented at the flagship Thomson Exel awards for city analysts.
He speaks at conferences, industry dinners and charity functions. Recent events include the Alliance for Finance pensions conference and the Engineering Employers Federation "Year in Industry" initiative, along with events for the British Consultants and Construction Bureau, the NI Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, the Institute of Bankers in Ireland and Strabane-Lifford Rotary Club.
"The client was extremely please with both of them and felt they worked very well together....From our point of view they were both very professional and I felt that they worked very well together." Praise for Declan Curry and Julia Bradbury who jointly hosted the National Customer Service Awards in September 2006
"Declan was a star. He put the contributors at ease and kept the proceedings flowing¦his jovial, yet authoritative style worked well, and he held people to account when necessary... we'll be using him again!" Declan hosted the ABI Motor Conference in September 2006 and was rebooked for 2007
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