Anatole Kaletsky is Editor-at-Large and principal economic commentator of The Times of London, where he writes a weekly column on politics, economics and international relations. He is also a founding partner of GaveKal Capital, a Hong Kong-based economic advisory and asset management company, which provides economic analysis and asset allocation advice to 500 financial institutions around the world and also manages $500m of client funds.

Mr Kaletsky was a full-time journalist for The Times, Financial Times and The Economist from 1976 until 1998, when he expanded his activities to include economic forecasting and financial consulting. During his 30 years as a journalist, Mr Kaletsky has received many awards and distinctions, including Commentator of the Year, Economic Journalist of the Year and European Journalist of the Year. Mr Kaletsky is also a Director of several investment companies. In 1998 he was elected by Britain’s economics profession to a five-year term on the governing council of the Royal Economic Society.

With his finger firmly on the pulse of UK, European and World economics few are better qualified than Anatole Kaletsky to offer expert analysis of current market trends and precise economic forecasts.

His provocative style makes him ideal for keynote speeches and he is excellent when participating in panel debates or moderating conferences.