With his finger firmly on the pulse of UK, European and World economics few are better qualified than Anatole Kaletsky to offer expert analysis of current market trends and precise economic forecasts.
- Global Business Opportunities
- World Politics
- Financial Affairs
- The Future of Europe
- Myths and Realities of Private Equity
What he offers
How he presents
One of the UK’s leading commentators on economics, his provocative yet articulate and charming style makes him ideal for keynote speeches and he is excellent when participating in panel debates or moderating conferences.
Anatole Kaletsky is an award-winning journalist and financial economist who has written for decades for The Economist, the Financial Times and The Times of London before joining Reuters in 2012. Anatole is also chief economist of GaveKal Dragonomics, a Hong Kong-based group that provides investment analysis to 800 investment institutions around the world. In addition, he manages US $ 500m of client funds.
Born in Moscow and educated at Cambridge, Anatole Kaletsky went on to Harvard as a Kennedy Scholar and was awarded a Masters in Economics. He was a full-time journalist at major newspapers when he expanded his activities to include economic forecasting and financial consulting. During his 30 years as a journalist, he has received many international awards and distinctions He is also a Director of several investment companies. His book, ‘Capitalism 4.0’ about the reinvention of global capitalism after the 2008 crisis, was nominated for the BBC’s Samuel Johnson Prize and has been translated into Chinese, Korean, German and Portuguese.
- Capitalism 4.0: The Birth of a New Economy in the Aftermath (2010)
- The End Is Not Nigh (2007)
- Our Brave New World (2005)
- Costs of Default (1985)
- Newspaper Commentator of the Year, BBC’s What the Papers Say Awards
- He has twice received the British Press Award for Specialist Writer of the Year
“Anatole gave a top quality, well delivered speech. His performance was exceedingly good.”
Presentation Languages: English, Russian