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Bill Jamieson

Bill Jamieson

 

Bill Jamieson was executive editor of The Scotsman for 11 years, regularly writing about finance, economics, politics and current affairs. He was also the economics columnist for sister title Scotland on Sunday and prior to that was economics editor of The Sunday Telegraph for seven years.

He has been a regular contributor to the Spectator Business magazine and City AM and frequently commentates on business and economics affairs for BBC Scotland and remains a writer for The Scotsman and national press.

In 2009 he won both Business Journalist of the Year and Journalist of the Year at the Scottish Press Awards. He collected Campaign of the Year Award for The Scotsman for its series of articles on the Lloyds-HBOS merger. And in 2017 he won the AIC  Best Scottish Journalist Award for his coverage of investment trusts.

Bill’s books on economics and politics include An Illustrated Guide to the British Economy and Scotland’s Ten Tomorrows.

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Since stepping down from The Scotsman, which he continues to write for, he has established Scott-Buzz, the one-stop business news website aiming to help business enterprise and the SME sector. This ran for four years.

Bill is an accomplished performer on business and investment platforms and speaks with passion and humour on the major business and political issues of the day. He is a passionate advocate of the positive overall economic effects of championing entrepreneurs and why over-regulation and risk aversion can damage our economy.

 
 

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