Adam Shaw is an award winning financial reporter and presenter, and is one of the best known financial faces on television and radio. He is regularly on BBC1’s The One Show and for many years presented BBC2’s Working Lunch, Today Programme, BBC 1’s Business Breakfast, Radio 5’s Wake Up To Money and Radio 4’s Financial World Tonight. He presented Drive to Buy for ITV1 (Broadcast 2012) and Cook Me The Money, also for ITV1 (Broadcast 2013).
Adam has presented numerous Panorama programmes – the most recent of which was ‘How To Mend Broken Britain.’ Before that, he worked as a business reporter for BSkyB and travelled extensively in Eastern Europe reporting on the growth of business there. He has also reported on businesses in Asia and Canada.
He won the Plain English Campaign award for Broadcaster of the Year for his work in debunking the language used by business and finance. For two years running he was Proshare personality of the year for his work in reporting on the world of shares and investments.
In addition to his work on television and radio, Adam has written for a number of newspapers including The Independent, The Mail on Sunday and Metro. He has written and co-authored a number of books: Political Rhubarb, Money and How To Make More Of It, Managing Credit and Investing Basics.
Adam also chairs conferences and seminars and is a highly skilled conference facilitator and speaker. He has a wealth of experience hosting events and award ceremonies, both at home and abroad.
- The Economy
- Current Affairs
- Political Rhubarb
- Money and How To Make More Of It
- Managing Credit
- Investing Basics
UK :up to £7k
Europe :£7k to £15k
US :£7k to £15k
Asia/Middle East :£7k to £15k