Marc Coleman is one of Ireland's foremost econonomists. As well as being the Economics Editor of Newstalk 106 and he is also Economics & Politics Columnist with Sunday Independent and Economics Lecturer on MBA programme of Michael Smurfit Graduate Business school. He is former Economics Editor of The Irish Times. He previously held positions with the European Central Bank and the Department of Finance
Marc is author of the recently published book ‘The Best is Yet to Come’ offering an alternative view on the future of the Irish economy.
He is a frequent speaker at conferences, corporate events, executive briefings and strategy sessions. His areas of expertise include:
•Where the economy is & where its headed
•The ECB and forthcoming monetary policy
•Public Sector reform
•The housing market
•The importance of the construction sector
•Competitiveness & manufacturing
•Why the ‘Best is Yet to Come’ for the Irish economy
•Doing the business for business; why its time for Ireland’s entrepreneurial class to
stand up and be counted
•Who governs Ireland? An expose of where social partnership is going and why,
examining public sector benchmarking and public sector reform (and lack of).
"Marc's talk was excellent, well researched and relevant to the audience. The feedback has been wonderful and he has made a number of fans among our members present."
Declan Flood FIICM, Chief Executive, Irish Institute of Credit Management