Before creating her own London-based asset management firm, Dr Pippa Malmgren held the position of Deputy Head of Global Strategy at UBS. Pippa was responsible for helping fund managers foresee impacts on financial markets due to politics, policy and geopolitics.
Pippa most famously served George W Bush in the White as a market advisor whilst also sitting on the National Economic Council. The founder of the Canonbury Symposia, Pippa brings together pre-eminent experts on strategic security, defence, intelligence and finance to meet with central bankers and key figures in financial markets.
During her after dinner and keynote political speeches, Pippa seeks to provide a global financial and political overview. Malmgren enjoys discussion of the BRACSS (Brazil, Russia, Australia, Canada, South Africa and Saudi Arabia), believing they are comparatively more interesting than BRIC economies so often used as a case study.
Pippa explains the actions taken to create many of the scenarios we find in the modern world during her keynote and after dinner speeches, along with the consequences felt by all. Showing how commodity price rises spell instantaneous inflation for emerging economies and explaining that civil unrest will create further uncertainty and market volatility are just a couple of key global issues that Pippa can approach in a logical in a cogent speech.
Pippa’s experience of sitting on highly regarded and influential political councils allows her to be able to host your event or conference wonderfully, providing speeches conducive to the theme of the event whilst ensuring everything runs smoothly and on time.
To book Pippa Malmgren as the after dinner speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
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