Dominic Frisby Keynote Speaker

  • Financial writer and comedian
  • Author of critically acclaimed book, highly acclaimed writer. His first book, Life After The State
  • Currently co-hosts The Virgin Postcast and previously presented Sky Comedy Close-Up, a movie review show on Sky Comedy

Dominic Frisby's Biography

Dominic Frisby is a Financial writer and comedian.

As a comedian, Dominic has been described as ‘viciously funny and inventive’ (The Guardian). He is resident MC at London’s oldest comedy venue, Downstairs at The King’s Head, and has performed many full-length shows – both straight stand-up and character comedy.

Dominic Frisby is also a highly acclaimed writer. His first book,  Life After The State, (‘Extraordinary’, James Harding, director of BBC News; ‘Incredibly thought-provoking,’ Al Murray; ‘Brilliant,’ Steve Baker, MP) has nothing to do with comedy. It is a book of political and economic philosophy. Nor does my second book. Bitcoin – the Future of Money? (‘A great account. Read it!’ Sir Richard Branson), which tells the amazing story of bitcoin. Dominic also co-wrote and narrated the acclaimed documentary about the global financial crisis, The Four Horsemen – 3 million hits and counting(‘Excellent writing and narration from DF’ Front Row), and writes a weekly investment column for Moneyweek about gold and finance, as well as occasional pieces for VirginBreitbart and the Independent.

Dominic currently co-hosts The Virgin Postcast and previously presented Sky Comedy Close-Up, a movie review show on Sky Comedy.

Dominic often speaks at conferences, on TV and after dinner, on matters financial and economic. He believes himself to be the only comedian in the whole world who also writes a financial column, giving him a unique edge. His after-dinner speech topics are often related to the worlds of finance, trading and investing, stock markets, economics, and mining.

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Videos of Dominic Frisby

Dominic Frisby on the Keiser Report - Tuesday Feb 11th, 2014
Dominic Frisby on the Keiser Report - Tuesday Feb 11th, 2014

Comments & Testimonials

Your after-dinner speech, as well as being extremely funny, was very intelligent – pitched at just the right level for the event. Everyone is still talking about it. I could see a great deal of thought had gone into it and you helped make the night a great success. Thank you!
Charles Morris Head of Absolute Return, HSBC
It was a pleasure to have you on, I really enjoyed it. The background work and understanding of your audience was clearly evident in your excellent session.
Charles Newsome Divisional Director, Investec Wealth & Investment Limited

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