Matt is a highly experienced, engaging and evidence-led speaker. He has spoken to hundreds of companies around the world and is regularly in demand to give keynote talks, webinars, dinner speaking and client-facing events. He is usually asked to give talks on topics such as: elections and voting; populism; Brexit; the Trump presidency; British politics; Boris Johnson; the decline of Labour and the left; the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic; public opinion; generational trends; and the future of politics.
If you would like Matt to speak at an event drop him an e-mail.
Recent examples of Matt's talks include: a macro overview of political risks for investors; a client-focused roadshow for wealth managers; talks on the 2019 British general election; the 2020 US Presidential election; an overview of key political trends in Europe for financial advisors; a comprehensive overview of what is driving populism; polling and survey research; and generational trends in attitudes and values. Some pictures of his talks can be found here.
Among others, Matt has given keynote talks to: the London Stock Exchange, Trilateral Commission, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Asset Management, the Prime Minister's Office, UBS, Google, Santander, Intelligence Squared, Clifford Chance LLP, KPMG Global Infrastructure Conference, White and Case LLP, First Eagle Investment Management, Morningstar Investment Conference, Utmost PanEurope, Chatham House, Financial Times, JIC Asset Managers Spring Conference, Center for European Studies (Harvard), St Anthony's College (Oxford), Centre for International Affairs (Barcelona), Council on Foreign Relations (Washington), Aviva, The Economist, American Federation of Labor, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik, Japan Economic Foundation, CI Investments, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, London, Professional Risk Managers' Conference, Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy Conference, Norwegian Atlantic Committee, Global Citizen Forum, Cross-Border Planning Conference, J. Walter Thompson Annual Conference (Cannes), Clingendael Institute (The Hague), Human International Film Festival, Oslo, Home Office (London), US State Department, John Felice Center (Rome), Royal Bank of Scotland, Open Society, Eurasia Group (Washington), Investment Week Conference, Arton Capital (Dubai), Capital Group (London/LA), Kantar, Brussels, Third Bridge Conference Calls, First Eagle (NYC), German Society for Foreign Affairs (Berlin), European Foundation for Democracy (Brussels), Rothschild & Cie (Paris), KPMG Health Conference (Lisbon), KPMG Infrastructure Conference (London), Jupiter Asset Management (London), KNect365 Conference (Dubai), Europe of Freedom & Direct Democracy (Brussels), DNCA Investments (Paris), Glenview Capital Management (NYC), Daily Telegraph newspaper (London), Allianz Global Investors (Frankfurt), Konrad Adenaur Stiftung (Berlin), JP Morgan Asset Management (NYC), European Association of Political Consultants (London), Tulchan Communications LLP, Natixis Asset Management (Paris), Redburn (London), Kreisky Forum (Vienna), Overseas Development Institute (London), Thomson Reuters Foundation Conference (Istanbul), Owen James Group Conferences (London), Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (Berlin), Wiardi Beckman Stichting (Amsterdam), Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (Mexico City), Spectator Events (London), Aviva France (Paris), Marwood Group Advisory LLC (NYC), Munk School of Global Affairs (Toronto), CIDOB (Barcelona), Centre for Liberal Studies (Sofia), MHP Communications (Brussels), Cheltenham & Chipping Norton Literature Festivals, Global Counter-Terror Conference, London, Guidepoint (NYC) and Ipsos-MORI.