I was on a Brexit panel in front of a bunch of corporate City lawyers . The subject was, pretty predictably, what does Brexit mean for the City. Sitting next to me was Jacob Rees-Mogg, who, whatever your political taste, had details of most of the consequences already laid out, like a careful seamstress with her patterns and cottons and materials. As a City generalist, I set out my modest stall. Pretty obvious stuff. I rehearsed the usual views – that the City has survived and will survive because it is populated by an ingenious tribe who – again, love…
Britain’s longest serving Business and Economics Editor, Michael Wilson is currently host of Jazz FM’s Business Breakfast. He is also a consultant to a major European news service company, along with a number of global tv start ups; a freelance presenter and business commentator, and a media trainer to global executives.
On weekdays, Michael presents The Business Breakfast from 6am on JazzFM, reflecting the latest from the worlds of business and finance – both nationally and globally.
The programme gets reaction from newsmakers and City experts who comment on the most important financial issues of the day.