William is a regular speaker and moderator at conferences and private dinners, and a frequent commentator on banking and financial markets on TV and radio.
To talk to him about speaking at your next event or conference, contact William on email@example.com
William helped launched the successful conference and events business at Financial News, and has hosted and moderated dozens of conferences, roundtables, awards dinners and events over the past decade.
Some recent conferences include:
AFME European Market Liquidity Conference 2012
Plenary session moderator on the outlook for the global economy
Sibos 2011, Toronto
Panel moderator on exchange consolidation
SunGard London City Day 2011
Panel moderator for discussion with Sir Howard Davies and Jim O’Neill
He has also spoken at conferences organised by the Federation of European Securities Exchanges, ISDA, Euronext and the London Stock Exchange.
William is a regular commentator on the banking industry and financial markets on TV and radio, including recent appearances on BBC News and the Today programme on Radio 4 to discuss the performance of investment banks and the debate over bonuses, particularly at RBS.
In his role as Editor of Financial News, William regularly hosted private dinners and events for the some of the most senior executives in the investment banking and asset management industries, with guest speakers ranging from corporate executives such as Jack Welch and Lord Browne, to senior industry practitioners, regulators and politicians.
William has also taken part in a number of private in-house conferences organised by investment banks for their staff and clients, at which he shares his unique experience and perspective of the industry over the past decade.
Sample private events:
FN Investment Banking Dinners
Private dinners for around 50 senior investment bankers in Europe, including a recent moderated discussion on banking reform with Hector Sants and Bill Winters
A private dinner series in association with the 100 Group of Finance Directors, attended by around 15 FTSE 100 CFOs.