The crisis in Greece and its possible exit from the Eurozone had implications throughout Europe and across the world. This was a crisis in politics as well as in economics and finance. With the departure of Yanis Varoufakis and the re-election of Alexis Tsipras with an unexpectedly large majority for Syriza, Greece entered a new chapter. And this whilst the nation also deals with the migrant challenge on on Aegean islands. Specialist Grexit Speakers offer perspectives from many different opposing political and economic positions – just a few of these speakers are shown below. Contact us for any relevant speaker – in any language.
Prolific writer and speaker on economics, finance and monetary policy. Formerly with Nat West, RBS and SBC Warburg, now a highly regarded commentator, and expert on finance and risk. Co-founder of Pieria.co.uk and contributer to Bloomberg, BBC, FT. ... [more]
A leading expert in Brexit negotiations and the trade policy issues arising from Brexit. Established the new UK Department for International Trade in 2016, developing options for UK trade with the USA and non-EU countries.... [more]
Anatole Kaletsky is one of the country's leading commentators on economics, he was formerly Economics Editor and is now Editor-at-large of The Times and writes for The Times Comment pages on Thursdays. He has won many awards for his financial and pol... [more]
Sir David Madden's career has included leading negotiations on a Cyprus settlement and EU accession. As British Ambassador to Greece 1999-2004, he helped the Greek government achieve a break-through against the 17 November terrorist movement after th... [more]
Adair Turner (Lord Turner) was Chairman of the Financial Services Authority, the regulatory body which oversaw the financial services industry in the UK until its abolition in March 2013. He is also Chairman of the UK Government's Climate Change Comm... [more]
Charismatic former Greek Finance Minister and one of the driving forces behind the Syriza party's anti-austerity policies. An important figure in current debates around the European financial crisis.... [more]