Economic Speaker Andy Busch

Speakers & Hosts,Economics & Finance
Economic Speaker Andy Busch
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Motivational corporate speaker & investment strategist

  • Top currency trader for two banks

  • Economic analyst for radio, newspaper and television productions

  • Financial expert for MB Financial, Liquid Net & The Money Show

  • Based in Georgia, USA & available to perform at events worldwide

Economic Speaker Andy Busch videos

Celebrity economist Andy Busch is a renowned analyst, journalist, strategist and speaker. Hosting his own radio show, ‘Engage with Andy Busch’, the inspirational speaker has also authored the successful book ‘World Event Trading’ and regularly makes television appearances.

From 2004 to 2008, Andy advised the US Treasury Department and White House on the economy and financial markets, where he met and advised the likes of John Snow, Hank Paulson and Tim Geithner. As well as working as a top currency trader for Northern Trust and Harris Bank in Chicago, he has worked for five years on CNBC and two years as an analyst on CNBC’s Money in Motion.

Not simply an intellectual, Andy is a charismatic motivational speaker, providing the perfect after dinner addresses for conferences, corporate functions, awards ceremonies and private events. Having helped audiences from 10 to 1,000 people to better understand the business world, Andy's popular keynote topics include 'Risk and Reward', ' the 2016 Election' and 'Investment'.

This top economic analyst can tailor his speeches to your specific event and will perform with attention to detail and professionalism.

-Bank of Montreal
-MB Financial
-Advantage Fuures
-Federal Home Loan Bank
-Liquid Net
-The Money Show
-ACES Power
-International Energy Credit Association

"Andy Busch was amazing. Great energy. Great content. He did exactly what we hoped – set the stage for the two days to come. And, he was just a delight to work with. He came early and got to interact with our customers and the folks from Liquidnet. We were sorry to see him leave."

Liquidnet