Speaking Engagements

For some clients, an annual subscription to a service is not what they need Speaking Engagementsat all. Rather, they are interested in a particular event or occasion.

We are often asked to make ad-hoc presentations at conferences, seminars and board meetings. Senior members of Capital Economics staff are available for this sort of work, with Roger Bootle being in particular demand. He is a renowned speaker at conferences and business gatherings around the world. He is equally effective at making a formal presentation to an audience of thousands as he is giving an after dinner talk to a few senior executives. His talks are distinguished by their unusual combination of insight, wit, and directness.

Rates are negotiable depending upon the nature of the engagement, the amount of preparation and the location of the event. Please contact us for a quotation.

Feedback from Clients

Roger Bootle

“Roger was absolutely fantastic, his presentation was inspiring, very interesting and he managed to present it in a very entertaining way.”
4Reuters Sales Conference, Cairo.

Scores for content and presentation both a maximum 5/5. (Convention average 3.8/5 and 3.7/5 respectively.) The Actuarial Profession LIFE Convention, Edinburgh.

Jonathan Loynes

“…thank you for the interesting presentation that you gave at our partners’ conference. It struck just the right note and has continued to provoke a good deal of thought and discussion ever since.” Hammonds.

Julian Jessop

“Julian was a great hit with the officers from our global private banking network – an audience that is not easily impressed.” Poalim Asset Management.

Ed Stansfield

“When Mira Bar Hillel (Evening Standard) said it was the best property function she had attended, she quite rightly pointed out that it was down to the quality of the presentations.” John D Wood & Co.

New Book

The Trouble with Europe

by Roger Bootle

"Right on every count"
The Guardian

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