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Gary Duncan is the former Economics Editor of The Times, an award-winning journalist and one of the country’s leading economic and financial commentators. As a Times columnist, he jointly wrote the paper’s flagship weekly economics commentary, sharing this with Anatole Kaletsky.
Duncan has covered economics for The Times for over a decade. Before becoming Economics Editor he was Economics Correspondent for four years. Previously, he spent 10 years writing for The Scotsman where he was Economics Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, writing a regular weekly column on UK and Scottish economic affairs. He also spent five years covering UK politics as a Lobby Correspondent at Westminster, becoming a noted commentator on political trends, as well as an admired and witty sketch-writer.
Gary Duncan has an in-depth expertise on the UK economy, with contacts at the highest levels among top economic policy-makers in Britain and beyond. He has interviewed leading figures including the last three Chancellors of the Exchequer, the present and previous Governors of the Bank of England, many past and present members of the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee, as well as senior US policy-makers.
Duncan is highly regarded for his insight into all aspects of monetary, fiscal, and broader economic policy, as well as their impact on UK politics and the business environment. He has extensive expertise in the European, US and leading Asian economies, as well as broader global economic prospects and trends. He is adept at simplifying complex issues and presenting them in a lucid, compelling and entertaining way.
Gary Duncan has substantial experience of speaking to audiences of all sizes from 10 to 500 plus, including conference platform speaking and presentations at business lunches and dinners. He has chaired formal events for the World Economic Forum’s prestigious annual meeting in Davos with participants including heads of governments and multi-national chief executives.
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