Liam Halligan Biography
Liam Halligan is a British economist, author and broadcaster. He is the Economics and Business Editor of GB News and co-presents his own daily show on the channel. Previously he has written a weekly column in The Sunday Telegraph. He also presents The Telegraph’s weekly Planet Normal podcast.
Liam Halligan Age
Liam Halligan was born on 29th April, 1969, London, England.
Liam Halligan Height
Halligan stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Liam Halligan Education
Liam graduated with a first-class degree in economics from the University of Warwick and went on to gain an Master of Philosophy in economics from St Antony’s College, Oxford.
Liam Halligan Nationality
Halligan is a British Irish Nationality.
Liam Halligan Parents
Liam has not disclosed details about his parents.
Liam Halligan Siblings
Halligan has not revealed information about his siblings
Liam Halligan Wife
Liam is married to his wife, journalist and author Lucy Ward.
Liam Halligan Children
Liam and his wife Lucy have two daughters and one son.
Liam Halligan GB NEWS
Halligan presented his own show on GB News From September 2021 to September 2022, On The Money, which ran for an hour every weekday and focused on financial topics. On 1st September 2022, it was announced that the show was to be axed, with Halligan having an increased presence on other GB News programmes, centering around the Cost of living crisis.
Liam writes regularly for The Spectator and The Sun and has appeared countless times on flagship BBC shows – including Question Time, Any Questions and Today, as well as on Sky News, CNBC, Bloomberg TV and many others. He regularly comments for LBC Radio, most recently appearing throughout their 2019 Election Results programme.
Halligan was based in Moscow where he wrote an influential column in The Moscow Times, while covering Russia and the Former Soviet Union for The Economist and The Economist Intelligence Unit. He was then Political Correspondent for The Financial Times and between 1999 and 2007 he led the Economics and Business coverage for Channel 4 News.
Liam was appointed Chief Economist at Prosperity Capital Management, the world’s largest Russia/CIS-focused asset manager, controlling investments worth over $4bn for a range of institutional clients from Europe, the US and the Middle East, including pension funds, insurance companies, charities and sovereign wealth funds.
Liam has become Editor-at-Large Business New Europe/Intellinews a leading source of English-language business, economic, political and financial news and analysis covering 30 countries in Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe and the Former Soviet Union.
Liam’s latest book; Home Truths: The UK’s Chronic Housing Shortage ;How it Happened, Why it Matters and How to Solve it (Biteback, 2019) was published to rave reviews. The Times described the book as “vivid and lucid, a brilliantly-written gem” while the Guardian called it “splendid”. The housing charity Shelter said Home Truths was “full of eloquence and moral clarity a call to arms for politicians and campaigners of all parties and none”. Andrew Neil said the book was “a must-read across Westminster.
Halligan is a very experienced public speaker and conference convener. He has given keynote addresses to numerous high-level audiences, both in person and on-line, headlining events run by Thomson Reuters, Euromoney, the CFA Institute, Deutsche Bank, Adam Smith Conferences and the St Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Liam has also hosted an array of conferences, often on complex economic and financial issues, for clients ranging from the Association of British Insurers, The Financial Conduct Authority, Eversheds, Caterforce Suppliers, Microsoft, the Telegraph Festival of Business and the OECD’s flagship 50th Anniversary Forum.
Liam Halligan Money Talks
Liam Money Talks Show is a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News. He gives deep dive into the biggest finance and business stories of the week.
Liam Halligan Money Talks
Liam Halligan and Gerard Lyons offer a vision of how Britain, and the world, can make a great success of Brexit. The UK could become an inspiration for voters elsewhere in Europe who have long demanded EU reform. Unashamedly optimistic about Britain’s future, they argue that leaving the EU provides an opportunity for the UK to re-invent its economy, while reclaiming its place as a premier global trading nation.
Liam Halligan Salary
Halligan earns an estimated annual salary of USD 150,000.
Liam Halligan Net Worth
Liam net worth is estimated to be USD 5 million.
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