Liam Halligan is an economist, writer and broadcaster – and also has extensive business experience.
Most UK economic forecasts remain subdued, but the turmoil below the surface is considerable.
Mark Stevenson will give us a whistle stop tour of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of the next 20 years.
Behavioral finance has typically been discussed with respect to managing irrational investor planning…
Ed Gillespie will explore how the combination of tackling the urgency of the climate change challenge, combines…
Computer security expert looks into how criminal gangs are trying to break into your company's computers.
McCandless speaks on how he believes data should be used to tell a story rather than fear.
Brexit talks will prove difficult unless UK and EU consider other side's position, says former prime minister of Ireland.
Brexit will weaken the economy and fail to boost exports, according to HSBC's Senior Economic Adviser Stephen King.
Dr Pippa Malmgren analyses Trump's victory and reveals how the US has become a third world country due to a lack of privatisation.
Andreas Ekström is increasingly concerned about the creeping influence of the world's search engine of choice.
Dr John Coates examines how stress impacts investors and why biology beats brains in the search for investment returns.
Independent business consultant Jeff Grout shares his advice on nurturing success and how to deal with failure.
Olympic gold medallist Crista Cullen discusses what components are needed to succeed and get ahead of the competition.
The People’s Bank of China is the most overlooked central bank according to CrossBorder Capital's Michael Howell.
Culture hacker Alexa Clay brings attention to the ingenuity and innovation happening in the black market and informal economies.
Rory Sutherland considers that modern consumer markets are a kind of Galapagos Islands for understanding human behavior.
Slow Movement expert Carl Honoré says the best way to thrive in this fast world is not to go faster and faster.
Martin argues that Brexit could be good for the UK in the long term – but the road could be bumpy for the next few years.
Rasmus visits Citywire HQ to speak to our staff, expanding a little further on the topic of his new book “Hunger in Paradise”.
Milken Institute's Curtis Chin addresses the four key questions surrounding stuttering growth.
Professor Moritz Schularick examines the three factors forcing globalization onto the back foot.
Linda Yueh explains why Chinese companies debt and leverage problems increases the likelihood of another financial crisis.
Financial crime expert Jeffrey Robinson sheds fresh light on how dark money flows through the global financial system.
Heightened volatility has many people worried and CrossBorder Capital's Michael Howell explores if we are at the start of QE4.
ChanticoGlobal's Gina Sanchez argues a Brexit would result in a 15% depreciation of sterling.
Re-Define's Sony Kapoor reveals how to face a perfect storm of poor returns, rising correlated risks and new regulations.
Leading economist Vicky Pryce shines a light on what we can expect from the UK, US and European economies over the coming year.
Performance development expert Rasmus Ankersen explains why progressive policies are needed even when you’re on top.
You could be a psychopath! Award winning author and journalist Jon Ronson’s warning to the great and good of the business world.
Sony Kapoor believes asset managers should consider hiring devil’s advocates who can say the unsayable about ideas.
Business consultant Jeff Grout highlights how striving to achieve recruitment excellence can help you entice talent.
HSBC’s Senior Economic Advisor examines the economic slowdown in China and the wider implications for the global economy.
How will China’s One Belt One Road affect global businesses? Simpfendorfer tackles the implications of this flagship policy.
Legendary record producer Tony Visconti discusses recording David Bowie's “Heroes” in the shadow of the Berlin Wall.