“A powerhouse of independent insight on global economic matters.”

Speaking Engagements

Nomi’s engaging keynote speeches are tailored for each audience and demographic. They cover topics ranging across economics, business, politics, corporate strategy and personal finance. As a former Wall Street insider, Nomi applies a combination of first-hand experience with decades of independent analysis to share valuable insights and actionable takeaways. Her journey from the elite echelons of the banking industry to journalism and political consulting has given her an unparalleled perspective on global economics. She has a talent for connecting seemingly disparate variables and presenting them in a new way of understanding with both depth and clarity.

Nomi Prins | Speaking Reel ( 4:30 )

As a registered speaker with the American Program Bureau, Nomi has given keynote speeches at many prominent venues including the annual gathering of senior level governors and government officials hosted by the Federal Reserve, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank conference in Washington, D.C. She has also spoken at the London School of Economics, the UK Parliament, the Mexican Senate, the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Google, Columbia University and the National Consumer Law Center to name just a few.

GLOBAL
ECONOMICS

Know global markets and how they affect your investments, business trends and the competition.

GEO-POLITICAL
FINANCE

Discover how international politics, central banks and macroeconomic factors influence markets today.

INVESTMENT
& TRENDS

Learn about current trends in business and investment strategies that are emerging now.

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TESTIMONIALS

“Your comments were among the most insightful of the entire conference and many of the participants express to us that they were grateful to hear your refreshing perspectives.”

– Sarkis Yoghourtdjian, Advisor 
The Federal Reserve System

“Her presentation was extremely well received by both students and faculty. Her remarks were timely and she directed them to her audience very skillfully.”

– Dean, School of Business
Manhattan College

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