John Stepek

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John Stepek

Executive Editor, MoneyWeek

John is the executive editor of MoneyWeek and writes our daily investment email, Money Morning. John graduated from Strathclyde University in 1996, and went straight into a career writing about business and finance.
He has worked for a number of financial magazines and newsletters, including Families in Business, Shares magazine and the business section of the Sunday Times. In 2003 he took a job on the finance desk of Teletext, where he spent two years covering the markets and breaking financial news. John joined MoneyWeek in 2005.

John Stepek

Dominic Frisby

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Dominic Frisby

Financial writer and MoneyWeek currency expert
Dominic Frisby (“mercurially witty” – the Spectator) is the world’s only financial writer and comedian. He is MoneyWeek’s main commentator on gold, commodities, currencies and cryptocurrencies. He is the author of the books Bitcoin: the Future of Money? and Life After The State. He also co-wrote the documentary Four Horsemen, and presents the chat show, Stuff That Interests Me.
His show 2016 Let’s Talk About Tax was a huge hit at the Edinburgh Festival and Penguin Random House have since commissioned him to write a book on the subject – Daylight Robbery – the past, present and future of tax will be published later this year. His 2018 Edinburgh Festival show, Dominic Frisby's Financial Gameshow, won rave reviews. Dominic was educated at St Paul's School, Manchester University and the Webber-Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art.

Dominic Frisby

Alex Edwards

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Alex Edwards

Head of Corporate Clients, UK & Europe
Alex began his role as head of corporate clients, UK & Europe at OFX in 2011. He has 16 years’ experience in foreign exchange. His team of global currency experts guide a range of businesses, including SMEs and FTSE 250 listed companies, on foreign currency exposure, risk management, and international payments.
Prior to OFX Alex held roles such as inter-dealer broker at RP Martin in London and corporate FX dealer at a New Zealand-based international payments company, and senior corporate dealer at OFX.
Additionally, Alex has featured in key media outlets such as Bloomberg, CNBC, Reuters, and The Telegraph amongst others.

Alex Edwards

John Stepek
John Stepek
Dominic Frisby
Dominic Frisby
Alex Edwards
Alex Edwards

John Stepek

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John Stepek

Executive Editor, MoneyWeek

John is the executive editor of MoneyWeek and writes our daily investment email, Money Morning. John graduated from Strathclyde University in 1996, and went straight into a career writing about business and finance.
He has worked for a number of financial magazines and newsletters, including Families in Business, Shares magazine and the business section of the Sunday Times. In 2003 he took a job on the finance desk of Teletext, where he spent two years covering the markets and breaking financial news. John joined MoneyWeek in 2005.

John Stepek

Dominic Frisby

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Dominic Frisby

Financial writer and MoneyWeek currency expert
Dominic Frisby (“mercurially witty” – the Spectator) is the world’s only financial writer and comedian. He is MoneyWeek’s main commentator on gold, commodities, currencies and cryptocurrencies. He is the author of the books Bitcoin: the Future of Money? and Life After The State. He also co-wrote the documentary Four Horsemen, and presents the chat show, Stuff That Interests Me.
His show 2016 Let’s Talk About Tax was a huge hit at the Edinburgh Festival and Penguin Random House have since commissioned him to write a book on the subject – Daylight Robbery – the past, present and future of tax will be published later this year. His 2018 Edinburgh Festival show, Dominic Frisby's Financial Gameshow, won rave reviews. Dominic was educated at St Paul's School, Manchester University and the Webber-Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art.

Dominic Frisby

Alex Edwards

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Alex Edwards

Head of Corporate Clients, UK & Europe
Alex began his role as head of corporate clients, UK & Europe at OFX in 2011. He has 16 years’ experience in foreign exchange. His team of global currency experts guide a range of businesses, including SMEs and FTSE 250 listed companies, on foreign currency exposure, risk management, and international payments.
Prior to OFX Alex held roles such as inter-dealer broker at RP Martin in London and corporate FX dealer at a New Zealand-based international payments company, and senior corporate dealer at OFX.
Additionally, Alex has featured in key media outlets such as Bloomberg, CNBC, Reuters, and The Telegraph amongst others.

Alex Edwards

How British business can protect themselves and profit from the changing face of global trade



The consensus on global trade – that free trade, free markets and relatively open borders are all self-evidently worth pursuing – has been shattered in recent years amid the fallout from the 2008 financial crisis and the resulting election of politicians more concerned with national interest than international cooperation. As a result, the list of risks that businesses who operate cross-border have to monitor is changing and growing so rapidly that it’s hard to keep up. 

The trade dispute between the US and China threatens to disrupt supply chains across the globe. There are suggestions that Donald Trump could next turn his attention to Europe and the crucial German automotive industry in particular. And of course, we are no closer to knowing when Brexit will take place, or what form it will take – or if it will even happen at all. Meanwhile, in the longer run, ongoing advances in technology and digitalisation promise to be both extremely disruptive and potentially extremely lucrative for those who can make the most of it.  

In an era where a single Tweet from a politician can push the value of global currencies higher or lower without warning, how can businesses ensure that they build resilience into their budgeting process so as to avoid their hard work being undone by unexpected shifts in the economic or regulatory environment?

In this webinar, MoneyWeek’s experts John Stepek and Dominic Frisby talk to currency specialists OFX about the current state of global trade and the risks and opportunities that lie ahead. We’ll be discussing everything from trade wars to Brexit to how a new government in the UK might affect your business plans.

Don’t miss out. 

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