Speaker & Host
Finance with a twist from a financial expert, journalist Jasmine Birtles, TV pundit, author and corporate host. Jasmine Birtles can speak on a range of financial matters such as debt, money-management, family finances, money and sexual politics, consumer rights and the retail side of insurance, pensions and banking. And she can make it entertaining!
"I really enjoyed the seminar, it was very interesting and informative, also good fun. An excellent event overall."
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Jasmine Birtles unique in that she is able to combine her financial knowledge of business and personal finance with her comedy skills, making a usually dull and worrying subject palatable and fun.
As a keynote speaker, after dinner speaker and corporate presenter, she has spoken at and hosted conferences for a wide variety of companies and industries including BT, IBM, Ernst and Young, Barclays Stockbrokers, Sainsbury's, Egg and Abbey National.
She has set up, and runs, moneymagpie.com, a lifestyle-based money website which has information on all aspects of personal finance, environmental and ethical living and how to run a small business and make extra money.
As a financial journalist she writes for a variety of newspapers and magazines including The Independent, The Express, Essentials Magazine, Move or Improve magazine, Glamour Magazine and many others.
She is the author of 36 books and is a regular financial pundit on TV and radio. She has also presented TV programmes specialising in business and personal finance, Jasmine has co-presented BBC 1's "Homes Under the Hammer", ITV Scotland's "Spend Spend Spend" as well as "First Time Buyers" and "Doctor Dosh" for UKTV Style. She regularly appears as a financial expert on GMTV, Daily Politics (BBC), This Morning, Sky News and The Wright Stuff.
Jasmine gives a lively, fun, informative and tailored talk which can be adapted to any financial company. Watch out for her soon on the BBC TV’s ‘Rip Off Britain’.