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Corporate whistleblower whose story is one of courage and endurance. She reported corruption at LeisureNet in South Africa, facing danger and becoming unemployable as she battled for what was right.
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.
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.
Award winning financial journalist who has been covering financial and economic news for almost 20 years. Presents World Business Report on the BBC, and a high profile advocate of flexible working – she is actually part time at the BBC having had a family.
American financial news anchor and presenter Erin Burnett is focused on global business reporting. She is currently the anchor of CNN's 'Erin Burnett OutFront'.
Buttonwood columnist of The Economist who was previously the FT's investment editor. He was Senior Financial Journalist of the Year 2009.
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
Editor of City AM and contributing editor of The Spectator. His columns provide penetrating insights on economic and financial affairs. He is a regular on TV and radio, appearing on Newsnight, the Daily Politics and the Today programme.
BBC News24 and BBC World News presenter. Aaron, a native Australian, is a popular international conference and seminar host.
Founder of The Next Big Thing consultancy who has worked with diverse blue chip clients across a wide range of sectors - from Finance to FMCG, Media to Music, Publishing to Personal Technology. A trend expert, futurist and marketeer.
Financial editor of the London Evening Standard, PR Week columnist and regular contributor to the media on financial and economic matters.
Popular presenter on BBC World's Asia Today based in Singapore. Rico is a popular choice for corporate events either hosting awards or chairing conferences.
CEO of the Work Foundation and former economics journalist.
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.
Lecturer at the LSE specialising in international macroeconomics, finance and the Chinese economy. Her global banking experience includes working for the New York Fed, the World Bank, IMF, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan.
Was UK Minister of State for Trade & Investment until August 2008. Prior to this he was Director General of the CBI and appeared in the latest incarnation of the BBC’s Troubleshooter programme, following in the footsteps of Sir John Harvey Jones. A board member at Jaguar Land Rover, HSBC and Triumph Motorcycles, he is an enthusiastic champion of British business and has led trade delegations to the Far East.
Anchor for BBC World News America in Washington. Author of The Confidence Code and Womenomics. Katty has interviewed prominant politicians and world leaders including Christine Lagarde.
Lead business presenter on Sky. A former analyst at HSBC, Ian entered journalism with the Daily Telegraph and has worked at The Guardian, Mail on Sunday and was Business and City Editor at The Times where he was named Business Journalist of the Year.
James is Emerging Markets Editor at the Financial Times, the main focus of which is in several areas: economic growth and development trends in emerging markets, connections between emerging markets (particularly China and the outside world), EM demographic themes and social trends.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer on Black Wednesday whose staff included David Cameron. Now in the Lords, Lord Lamont is still a regular contributor to economic debates and a sought after commentator.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer, an internationally esteemed economist and renowned statesman who played a key role in the development of European economic and monetary union.
James Mackintosh is the Financial Times' Investment Editor and has been a reporter and editor at the FT for 18 years, he writes and presents the daily Short View column on markets and economics.
BBC News and Newsnight presenter, much output of which also appears on BBC World. Also a popular conference chair and host.
Former Economics Editor on Newsnight, Channel 4 News journalist, and editor of Computer Weekly . Now freelance. Very down to earth, yet incisive. His books include 'Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future'.
He was a semi-finalist in the first series of The Apprentice. With a background in business, property and finance, James presents Early Breakfast on Talk Radio every morning and is a columnist for The Financial Times. He regularly appears on Channel 4, Sky News and ITV's This Morning. An accomplished interviewer, after dinner speaker, presenter and awards host.
Former ITN News presenter and journalist who is a popular conference chair and facilitator.
BBC Breakfast business presenter. Steph is a trained engineer, school governor and renowned for her northern vowels.
One of Europe's leading futurists. He is the author of the acclaimed work on the future "The World in 2020: Power, Culture and Prosperity. He speaks on The Global Economic Boom, Davos, Brexit, Bitcoin and more!
Editor of The Economist. Before joining The Economist she worked for the IMF. A graduate of Oxford and Harvard, she is a regular media commentator on the world economy and international financial issues.
Zanny Minton Beddoes
Financier, campaigner, author and mother of nine, Helena has a truly inspirational story of beating the odds in the male dominated industry of finance, she is regarded as one of the worlds greatest leaders. A feminist with a story of beating the odds.
Dame Helena Morrissey
Best known for presenting Channel 4's Superscrimpers and as an FT Columnist.
Co-presenter on Breakfast on BBC1 in the mornings. She previously presented The World Today on BBC World. Newspaper credits include financial columns in the Observer and Evening Standard. Has hosted a range of conferences for us around the world, for leading companies and NGOs.
Editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy magazine, he has also written extensively on international politics and economics. He has been an executive director of the World Bank, is an authority on globalisation and served as Venezuela's Minister of Trade & Industry in the 1990s.
Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management (2010-13); Head of Global Economics, Commodities and Strategy Research, Goldman Sachs (2001-2010). Creator of the BRICs acronym. Author of The Growth Map. Talks on international economics and financial topics.
Former MP and cabinet minister who has now built a successful career in the arts and media as a popular BBC TV presenter, particularly with his series Great British Railway Journeys.
Former Director General for Economics, the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills who is on the board of the CEBR. Insightful economics speaker.
BBC World business reporter. A highly experienced presenter of business programmes, specialising in international finance and economics. Also an experienced event host.
Former Chief Executive and Chairman of Marks & Spencer. A stalwart of business, and a leading authority on retail and management with a reputation and track record for turning around struggling retailers. He is an impressive keynote speaker on business issues and has just been appointed to the House of Lords.
Capital Economics' Chief Emerging Markets Economist. Neil was formerly Economic Adviser on tax policy analysis and emerging markets research at HM Treasury.
Economics editor of The Sunday Times since 1989. Also writes for Professional Investor, British Industry and The Manufacturer, and is a regular contributor to the CBI's Business Voice.
Editor-in-Chief of MoneyWeek and a respected commentator on economics, financial markets and personal finance.
Merryn Somerset Webb
Business woman, entrepreneur, writer and comedian who regularly hosts corporate events.
Business speaker and author on the global economy, Jonathan frequently appears on CNBC and Bloomberg and is in demand as a speaker for business conferences and events. Spanish and Italian speaker.
Director of the Greater London Group, a research centre at the London School of Economics. He is a regular contributor to the media on the economy and local government.
Former chairman of the FSA, now senior fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking, founded by George Soros. An expert on global banking regulation, he also has a deep knowledge of China and its financial system.
Marketing director of Seven Investment Management, Justin is also one of the most recognisable and trusted market commentators on television, radio, and in the press.
Justin Urquhart Stewart
Financial Services Trainer, Compliance Consultant and after dinner speaker. Jonathan’s engaging and humorous style is fuelled by his passion about the importance of education in financial services in a professional context. Jonathan has presented to fund managers on anti-financial crime and broader compliance issues and is able to utilise practical examples from his many years as a practitioner. He has written for industry journals such as Compliance Institute's "The Gazette" and leading financial crime publication "Fraud Watch
Chairman of the Resolution Foundation, a think tank, and former MP and Minister for Universities and Science. Renowned as a big thinker, he was nicknamed Two Brains, and was a leading member of the HM Treasury and No 10 Policy Unit
Economist and author, he recounts his adventures trading goods all over the world, conveying the message that trade and enterprise are the fundamental pursuits that connect us all. A popular speaker and host for corporate events.
Richard has a background in consulting and financial services where strategy, customer focus, change implementation and leadership are the core focus of Richard's work. He has developed and implemented strategies with many companies and is an experienced conference speaker and chairman.