Economic Speaker & Business Speaker
Vicky Pryce is a leading economist working on UK, global and Eurozone issues.
Vicky Pryce is Chief Economic Adviser and a board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR). She was previously Director General for Economics at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and Joint Head of the UK Government Economic Service.
Before that Vicky Pryce was Partner at the accounting and consulting firm KPMG after senior economic positions in banking and the oil sector. She holds a number of academic posts and is a Fellow and Council member of the UK Academy for Social Sciences, a Fellow of the Society of Professional Economists and a Companion of the British Academy of Management.
Vicky Pryce is co-founder of GoodCorporation, a company set up to advise on corporate social responsibly, a patron of the charities Pro Bono Economics and Working Chance; a member of the Advisory Board of the central banking think-tank OMFIF; on the advisory group of Better Statistics CIC; and a fellow of the Radix Centre for Business, Politics and Society.
Her books include: “Greekonomics: The Euro crisis and Why Politicians Don’t Get It”; “It’s the Economy, Stupid– Economics for Voters”, with Ross and Urwin; “Prisonomics”; “Redesigning Manufacturing”, with Nielsen and Beverland and “Women vs Capitalism”. She is a Freeman and Liveryman of the City of London and was the first woman Master of the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants. She is a frequent media commentator on UK and international economic, political and social issues.
Vicky Pryce speaks on a variety of financial and economy related subjects including –
• The Eurozone.
• Economic Overview for Businesses
• Trends to watch
• Impact of policies from immigration to regulation.
• Brexit and the Impact
• The Worlds Banking Systems
Clearly extremely knowledgeable on the topic and did a great job in presenting to the audience. She was also great during the interview style session and during our briefing call prior to the event she had some great thoughts on what should be covered and the questions which could be asked.