Dharshini David is one of the world’s leading economic journalists and a renowned, and immensely respected broadcaster, economist and author. She is also an accomplished, eloquent and experienced global keynote speaker, conference chair and panel moderator. The presenter of financial programmes, Dharshini has fronted shows across the BBC and Sky News. She has a flawless, diverse and extensive skillset making her the ideal speaker or host for every type of event.
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Dharshini David is an immensely experienced business and economics journalist who is extremely comfortable at analysing and debunking economic developments. She is an impressive speaker
She is also outstanding when probing business leaders about their accounts. Speaking at, and chairing, financial conferences and other events, Dharshini is able to effortlessly manage panel discussions and conduct compelling on-stage interviews.
Initially recruited by the BBC as a economics correspondent, Dharshini worked on national news bulletins. She also presented Panorama and one of the globes most famous economical events, BBC‘s Wall Street coverage from New York as the financial crisis took hold. An adaptable, versatile and professional broadcaster, Dharshini has also presented general and political news programmes. Furthermore she co-presented Sky‘s flagship Sky News Tonight programme alongside Adam Boulton.
Dharshini is also a successful businesswoman, having worked as an economist in the City. In addition she was HSBC Investment Bank‘s UK Economist and government. And she spent time advising Tesco‘s board and its then CEO, Sir Terry Leahy, on broadcast media strategy dinner or function through the Champions Speakers agency.
In her first book The Almighty Dollar, this highly regarded economist expertly explains the economic foundations that underpin the modern world in an easy to understand and relatable way. Now working as a freelance journalist, speaker and host, Dharshini regularly provides economic commentary on domestic and international issues. She appears across a range of print, broadcast and specialist outlets. Continuing her broadcasting she is a presenter for several programmes including Today on Radio 4.