Tony Nash

  • April 19th, 2017

CEO and Chief Strategist, Complete Intelligence

Biography

Tony Nash is CEO and Chief Strategist at Complete Intelligence. Tony also serves as Senior Advisor for International Economic Policy at the American Council for Capital Formation based in Washington DC, he’s an international advisory board member for Texas A&M University, and he is a non-executive director with Kredit Microfinance Bank in Cambodia.

As a thought leader on economics and risk, Tony is a frequent public speaker and a facilitator of strategic discussions with business and government leaders. He is a contributor to leading global media which include regular sessions on CNBC, Bloomberg, BBC, Nikkei and Al Jazeera. He is a key facilitator for regional economic and industry forums and closed-door corporate executive and government dialogues.

Tony has a longstanding track record of creating, inspiring, motivating and leading culturally diverse teams in developed and developing markets across EMEA, North America and Asia. He has worked with multinational clients on management consultancy engagements including national economic transformation plans, market entry strategies, due diligence and cross border transactions. Previously, Tony built and led the global research and consulting business for The Economist (EIU) where he managed revenue targets, built the global brand, restructured the operation and initiated their first Asia acquisition (ClearState). He has also been a social entrepreneur, media entrepreneur, writer and consultant.

Tony has a Masters degree in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University and a BA in Business Management from Texas A&M University.

Tony Nash will be appearing in the following sessions:

Protectionism, Isolationism and Free Trade? - Day 1, 1135-1215
Continuing the conversation from Dr Elms’ keynote, this panel will discuss the quashing of possibilities offered in the TPP for the US, and the nationalistic …
 

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