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Roger Nightingale

Leading British independent economist

A well-known commentator on the global economy, Roger Nightingale is a frequent guest on TV networks, such as Bloomberg, CNBC, Fox News and CNN. Additionally, he writes regularly for a number of newspapers, magazines and in-house periodicals.

He is educated at Keele University and University College London (primarily as a mathematician) and worked for the first twenty years of his career at Hoare Govett—starting as a research economist and ending as a member of the main board.

In 1988, he set up an independent consultancy, serving investment clients around the world.

Roger is a specialist consultant to a wide variety of fund managers and a non-executive director of a number of financial companies.

Roger’s speaking career began many years ago—as a by-product of his broking activities. Presenting initially to clients, he was invited later to address wider audiences. He is frequently invited to speak to financial and investment audiences.

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Patterns & Randomness

Is the world driven by circumstances that are wholly random, or partially recurring? Is the nature of human psychology such that patterns of behaviour tend to be auto-correlated?

Politics & Economics

The interaction of politics and economics; the consequences for official policy, and the implications for securities markets.

Monetary Policy

Monetary policy and its repercussions for economic activity, political preference, asset valuations and foreign exchanges.

Fees & Details

Fees From*

  • UK:

    Up to £3k

  • Europe:

    £3k to £7k

  • US:

    £3k to £7k

  • Africa/Asia/ME:

    £7k to £15k

Travels From

  • United Kingdom



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