Margaret Doyle

Margaret Doyle

Margaret Doyle heads Financial Services Insight for Deloitte UK.

She has been a columnist for Reuters Breakingiews, a staff writer on The Economist and The Daily Telegraph, editor of Economist.TV and of Global Agenda, the Davos magazine.

She has guest-presented flagship BBC programmes such as Today, the World Tonight, Analysis, Wake Up to Money and the World Service's The World Today. She frequently comments on financial and current affairs on broadcast media, especially on the BBC and Sky News.

Margaret has spoken at and chaired business and financial conferences for organisations including Economist Conferences, the European Commission, Britain's Financial Services Authority, Enterprise Ireland, ING, KPMG and Procter & Gamble.

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She holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an economics degree from Trinity College, Dublin.

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