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Ann’s work has concentrated on the international financial architecture, the sovereign debts of the poorest countries, and the rise in debt in OECD economies. She is known for her leadership of Jubilee 2000, placing the debts of the poorest countries on the global political agenda, and bringing about radical policy changes at national and international levels.
Richard is Director of the Centre for Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development at the University of Southampton. His 2005 book 'New Paradigm in Macroeconomics' (Palgrave Macmillan) correctly predicted the collapse of the UK banking system.
Jim Mather is a Chartered Accountant, who worked for IBM before founding the ComputerLand franchise in Scotland. He is chairman of Gael Ltd, non-executive director of Bloxx Ltd, consultant, speaker, facilitator and visiting professor at Strathclyde University.
Steve Keen is author of the popular book Debunking Economics. In 2010 Steve received the Revere Award from the Real World Economics Review for being the economist who most cogently warned of the financial crisis.
Chris Hewett is leading the 'Disruptive Finance Policy' project at the Finance Innovation Lab, and is leading the sustainable economy theme Green Alliance. He was previously head of climate change for the Environment Agency and a senior research fellow leading the sustainability team at the Institute for Public Policy Research
Tony is Head of Finance and Business at nef, leading the programme of research into reforming the financial sector and aligning the interests of society and business. Since 2010 he has advised the government on regional economic regeneration as a member of the Regional Growth Fund Advisory Panel. He is also a regular media commentator on banking issues.
Josh is the lead author of nef's recently published guide to the UK monetary system – 'Where does money come from?' – which sets out in non-technical language how commercial banks dominate the creation and allocation of credit and money.
Hilary Wainwright is co-editor of Red Pepper and research director of the New Politics Project of the Transnational Institute, Amsterdam. Her most recent books include Public Service Reform: But Not As We Know It! (Compass/UNISON) and Reclaim the State: Experiments in Popular Democracy (Seagull)
Following an early career in the UK Department of Trade & Industry, Chris was a market regulator at the Association of Futures Brokers & Dealers, and then at the International Petroleum Exchange (latterly as a Director). Chris now works mainly in Scotland, with Nordic Enterprise Trust, to develop new partnership-based enterprise models, and related financial products and services.
Stephen Boyd is STUC Assistant Secretary with responsibility for economic and industrial policy, the environment, utilities, transport and arts and culture. Prior to joining the STUC in 2003, Stephen was a policy officer with the Scottish Government.
Lesley Riddoch has held many influential positions including assistant editor of The Scotsman and contributing editor of The Sunday Herald. Lesley runs her own independent radio and podcast company, Feisty Ltd, and is a weekly columnist for the ‘Scotsman’ and the Sunday Post.
Rod Ashley is Chief Executive of Scotwest Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in the UK. Serving a membership base throughout the West of Scotland, Rod has been the driving force in the growth and development of this hugely successful financial co-operative.
Patrick Harvie, Scottish Green Party Co-Convenor was elected as a regional MSP for Glasgow in May 2003. He currently sits on the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee which is dealing with, among other things, an Inquiry into the Scottish Government's Renewables Targets and scrutiny of the Land Registration etc. (Scotland) Bill.
Sargon Nissan is a fellow of the Jubilee Debt Campaign. He spent four years at nef (the new economics foundation) researching issues of financial reform, social and community finance models as well as the impact of financialisation on developing countries. Sargon has been a trustee of the Jubilee Debt Campaign and of his local credit union.
Mary Mellor is an Emeritus Professor at Northumbria University. She has written extensively on alternative economic and monetary systems and ecofeminism. Mary is a founding member of the World Economics Association and was founding Chair of the University's Sustainable Cities Research Institute.
Dr Raj Thamotheram is a well-recognised thought-leader on “investing as if the long-term matters”. He is President of The Network for Sustainable Financial Market, Co-Founder of Preventable Surprises and the Positive Deviants Club and an independent strategy adviser.
Kathy Galloway is Head of Christian Aid Scotland. A practical theologian, campaigner and writer, the major focus of her work has always been peacemaking and social justice issues. She is a member of the Church of Scotland Economics Commission on the Purposes of Economic Activity.
John Christensen is trained as an auditor and economist. He has worked in offshore financial services with Touche Ross & Co and was an economic adviser to the government of the British Channel Island of Jersey. He now directs the international operations of the Tax Justice Network.
Professor Northcott was educated at the universities of Durham and Sunderland. He is currently Quality Audit Director in the School of Divinity. His research is principally at the interface between ethics, ecology and religion.
Dave Watson is the Scottish Organiser (Bargaining and Campaigns) with UNISON, Scotland’s main public service trade union. He manages UNISON Scotland’s bargaining, campaigns, political, legal, equalities, and research functions.
Saftar is an Executive Board Member of the Islamic Finance Council. Until recently Saftar was a Senior Private Banker within Barclays Wealth. He is a partner of Kingdom Capital Partners LLP which works with institutions and private clients who are seeking appropriate investment and asset allocation advice.
Sara Cowan is a campaigner with Oxfam Scotland working on food justice and finance for development campaigns. Sara has spent the past 9 years working in campaigns and advocacy both for local organisations in Scotland and overseas, spending two years working on education campaigning in The Gambia.
Greg Ford is head of communications for Finance Watch, the public interest advocacy group. Finance Watch was created in 2011 as a counter-lobby to the financial industry, following a request by parliamentarians for civil society to have a stronger voice in financial reform. A financial journalist and blogger on financial reform, Greg was previously editor at the Financial Times Group’s newswire dealReporter.
Beth Stratford is the convenor of the Just Banking conference. She is the Sustainable Economics Campaigner for Friends of the Earth Scotland and an MSc student in Ecosystem Services. Before moving to Scotland, Beth worked as a researcher and editor for the Lean Economy Connection, as a campaigner for 10:10 Global, and as an independent film director/producer.