Constantin Gurdgiev

Constantin Gurdgiev, Dr.

Macro Economist, Columnist at The Currency, Associate Professor of Finance with Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Adjunct Professor of Finance with Trinity Business School, Dublin

Combining his experience and academic research in his geopolitical and macroeconomic analysis.


Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev is the Adjunct Professor of Finance with Trinity College Dublin and acts as an adviser to a range of financial services companies.

Constantin is an internationally recognised expert and speaker on topics relating to global business and economic development. His main expertise is in spotting key data-driven trends across economies and sectors, and linking these trends to investment and business strategy.

His clients include: GoogleIBMAlltechKPMGPwCIGBloombergReutersCFA InstituteEon, AllianzMcKinsey, and others.

He is a frequent contributor to international media and writes a regular column for Cayman Financial Review. His blog is syndicated to Seeking Alpha and is carried by a number of investment markets platforms.

In the past, Dr. Gurdgiev served as the Partner and Head of Research with St Columbanus AG, the Head of Macroeconomics with IBM, and Director of Research with NCB Stockbrokers.


You may want to go deeper into a topic for your audience. The keynote topics can be tailored and developed to suit your audience needs, be it a 90-minute Masterclass, a half-day or full-day workshop or a full online or face-to-face programme. Please contact one of our expert team to discuss.

Current risks and opportunities in the global economy (European, MENA, Asia Pacific and North American markets; BRICS)

The future of financial services (retail and institutional investors perspective, banking, insurance and aggregators)

Behavioural and macroeconomic drivers for consumer services and financial services development (on-line and off-line)

Big data v Small data and data analytics

The role of human capital in economic development and Smarter Cities

Current and future trends in financial markets (European and Russian markets)

Ongoing geopolitical and macroeconomic risks (global markets)




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