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Anthony Hilton

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Journalist & Financial & Economy Speaker

Anthony Hilton is one of the UK’s leading respected financial journalists and is a speaker and conference host on the economy and financial issues within the UK and in Europe.

Anthony Hilton is currently the Senior Financial Commentator for The Independent and The Standard and writes regularly on such topics as marketing, investor relations, pensions, and economics.

He has previously been –
• City Editor of The Times
• City Editor of The Evening Standard
• Managing Director of The Evening Standard
• Editor of Accountancy Age

He has also worked for the Daily Mail, The Observer, and Sunday Express and for three years he was based in New York as Business Correspondent for the London Sunday Times and was for two years a visiting professor in economics at London Metropolitan University.

As a respected commentator and speaker on the news and current affairs and the economy he is often seen on television appearing on Channel 4′s TV Business Programme for three years and appearing as the expert panelist on The Stocks and Shares Show.

Author of two acclaimed books: How to Communicate Financial Information to Employees and City Within a State – a study of how the city of London really works, Anthony has won numerous awards for business journalism, including the Decade of Excellence in 2007 and the Wincott Prize for Business Journalism in 2003. In 2014 he was voted ‘Business Journalist of the Year‘ at the ABI Financial Media Awards.


Anthony Hilton is also a very experienced conference facilitator, chairman, and host and is in high demand as a keynote and after-dinner speaker.

His speaking topics include:

• News and current affairs
• International money markets and the state of the economy
• Impact of economic indicators: oil prices, entrepreneurial booms, access to pension pots, etc.
• Brexit: what happens now?


Political & Brexit & Economy