MARGARET DOYLE
Margaret Doyle

Margaret Doyle heads Financial Services Insight for Deloitte UK.

She began her career as a management consultant in the Financial Institutions Group of McKinsey & Company, advising banks and insurance clients on strategy and performance improvement.

She covered business and finance for The Economist and The Daily Telegraph for a decade, and for two years edited Global Agenda, the magazine of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting at Davos. She was one of the first columnists hired when Reuters launched a commentary service, later Reuters Breakingviews, where she covered investment banking.

Margaret has commented on finance and current affairs for a variety of news organisations, including BBC radio and television, America’s NBC and NPR networks, Japan's NHK, Ireland's RTE and Newstalk, Sky News and CNN.

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She has guest-presented several flagship current affairs programmes for the BBC, including Today, The World Tonight and Analysis on Radio 4; The World Today on the World Service and Wake Up to Money on Five Live.

She frequently comments on financial and current affairs on broadcast media, especially on the BBC and Sky News. She has been a panelist on BBC Radio 4's discussion programme, Any Questions.

Margaret has addressed and chaired conferences on economic and financial subjects hosted by Economist Conferences, the European Commission, the Financial Services Authority, the Insurance Institute of Ireland, Commonfund, Trinity College, Dublin, Holland Financial Centre, Enterprise Ireland, KPMG, ING and Procter & Gamble. She is known for her ability to present insights on complex subjects in a straightforward and engaging way.

Margaret read economics at Trinity College, Dublin, where she was an Entrance Exhibitioner and Foundation Scholar. She earned a Masters in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School (HBS), which she attended on a Fulbright Scholarship, and from which she graduated a Baker Scholar (top 5% of the class).

Margaret serves on the HBS European Leadership Council. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2003.