Journalist, author and financial speaker, Larry Elliott, is an authority on economics. As an editor for The Guardian, he uses his knowledge to contextualise current events from the perspective of an expert. Aside from his columns, Larry is also the author of several influential books, on various financial issues defining our world. As a speaker, he expands upon the knowledge shared in his writing for corporate and general audiences alike, offering an insight into the world of economics.
When booked for events, Larry employs his diverse array of knowledge to create a truly impactful experience. Including globalisation, international trade, European development and the relationship between economics and the environment - Larry truly is a speaker for all occasions. Audiences revel in Larry's insight, inspired to implement his positive financial strategies in their own businesses. On a global scale, his topics are truly thrilling for guests, who gain a backstage pass to international economic relations.
In 2007, Larry released a book titled Fantasy Island. It suggested that the recession damaged the British economy more than first assumed, an area of discussion that he opens to industry audiences at events. Larry is a vocal critic of the European Union, describing Brexit as "a rejection of Globalisation". When booked for events, he can present audiences with the reasons why he dislikes the EU's practices, including failing to provide affordable housing and employment opportunities.
Larry is a speaker unlike any other. His knowledge is unrivalled, his passion for finance infectious. Having dedicated his career to economics, Larry can offer audiences a reflection on previous events or predictions for future trends. Insightful, knowledgeable and a pioneering expert in his field, guests come away from Larry's speeches with a comprehensive understanding of international finance, including trade, investment and globalisation.