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Gerald Ashley is a business speaker, advisor, broadcaster and writer on change, risk analysis, strategy, behavioural economics and decision making. Experienced in international finance and business.
Financial adviser and media pundit. Emmanuel is recognised for providing his expertise on Channel 4 Save Well Spend Better, BBC1 programme’s Your Money, Your Life, Watchdog, Morning Live and Rip Off Britain, alongside ITV’s This Morning.
Tanya is an experienced business journalist, anchor-woman and reporter. She presented the BBC World News Today: Business Edition and the business section on Radio 4 Today programme. An Oxford graduate, Tanya spent 3 years broadcasting from New York for the BBC. She has chaired a number of virtual events over the last few months, including an event with 2000 watching, and contributors from 5 different countries.
Financial expert, TV presenter, author, journalist, business commentator and humourist. She de-mystifies money and gives practical advice to help people get out of debt and manage their finances. Money expert and TV personality who puts the ‘funny’ into ‘money’.
Managing Director of Capital Economics and Telegraph columnist. Roger won the Wolfson Economics prize last year for his analysis of how the Eurozone could break up, while his latest tome, The Trouble with Europe provides a thorough analysis of Europe: its history, its structures and its potential future. Very popular business and keynote speaker.
Buttonwood columnist of The Economist who was previously the FT's investment editor. He was Senior Financial Journalist of the Year 2009.
Philip Collins is a former columnist on The Times and the chief executive of the writing and rhetoric company The Draft. In 2021 Philip’s sixth book “To Be Clear” was released. It's an inspiring manual for all companies and communicators to speak or write clearly and renounce the boring jargon of contemporary business writing.
Geoff is an award-winning thinker, author, broadcaster, and speaker on today’s most significant trends in business. As a longtime editor and columnist for FORTUNE, he has become one of America’s sharpest and most respected commentators on leadership, globalization, wealth creation, the infotech revolution, and related issues.
Presenter on BBC5 Live’s Wake Up To Money and BBC Radio 4’s Money Box Live.
Former BBC Financial presenter (credits include 'Working Lunch', BBC Breakfast and 5 Live) who is a popular presenter and speaker at corporate events. As well as chairing, he can provide economic analysis/reviews of the economy.
Head of Macroeconomics at the Centre for Economics and Business Research, He is Economic Advisor to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
An award winning entrepreneur and disrupter, Jackie’s latest venture is REBEL Pi an ice wine brand. She is also the “Former Young Entrepreneur of the Year” and “Media Disrupter of the Year” recipient.
Courtney Fingar is the editor-in-chief of fDi Magazine, a specialist publication from the Financial Times, and the head of content for its associated data division, fDi Intelligence.
Professor of Politics and International Relations, and renowned researcher into British and European Politics, including immigration and extremism.
Presents More or Less on Radio 4 and writes The Economist's 'Undercover Economist'column