Fee band from £ 4000 - 7000
Jasmine is unique in that she is able to combine her financial knowledge of business and personal finance with her comedy skills, making a usually dull and worrying subject palatable and fun. She speaks on various financial and business issues including personal financial management, setting up and running small businesses and promoting business.
As a keynote speaker, facilitator, host, after dinner speaker and corporate presenter, she has spoken at and hosted conferences for a wide variety of companies and industries including BT, IBM, Ernst and Young, Barclays Stockbrokers, Sainsbury’s, Egg and Abbey National.
She has set up, and runs a lifestyle-based money website which has information on all aspects of personal finance, environmental and ethical living and how to run a small business and make extra money.
As a financial journalist she writes for a variety of newspapers and magazines including The Independent, The Express, Essentials Magazine, Move or Improve magazine, Glamour Magazine and many others.
She is the author of 36 books and is a regular financial pundit on TV and radio. She has also presented TV programmes specialising in business and personal finance, Jasmine has co-presented BBC 1’s “Homes Under the Hammer”, ITV Scotland’s “Spend Spend Spend” as well as “First Time Buyers” and “Doctor Dosh” for UKTV Style. She regularly appears as a financial expert on GMTV, Daily Politics (BBC), This Morning, Sky News and The Wright Stuff."
Areas of Expertise
She is a stand-up comedienne, working in clubs around London and at
corporate events around the world, and regularly hosts conferences where her
mixture of financial knowledge and humour are greatly in demand.
Jasmine has entertained at corporate dinners and conferences with a unique act where she turns up at the event incognito - usually as someone the audience would expect such as a PR girlie, an American Human Resources executive, a Labour MP, a Swedish Head of Marketing or perhaps a leadership guru - and gives a speech that starts off as they would expect but then descends into humour and madness!
She writes financial articles for The Independent, The Daily Express, She
and Red magazines and is a financial columnist for What House? and Junior
magazines. She also hosts financial workshops in London and elsewhere,
particularly for women. Currently she is writing a book on leadership skills
for women, which was published by Palgrave in Spring 2004.
Her current projects are:
'Homes under the Hammer' (BBC1 daytime) - co-presenter (aired in Spring
2003 Financial commentator for Channel 5 News, This Morning, The Wright
Stuff and Radio 5 Live
Business and finance writer for The Independent and She magazine
Financial columnist for What House Magazine, Junior magazine,
Single-living.co.uk, thesite.org, and Bringme.co.uk.
Writer and performer of live sketch show 'A Fool and His Money'
Writing book on Leadership Skills for Women
2002 Business and finance writer for The Independent, She magazine, Red
magazine, Glamour magazine, The Daily Express
Finance columnist for Junior magazine.
Corporate host and presenter for Sainsbury's, The Prudential and others
2001 Personal Finance contributor, 'Gloria Hunniford Open House' (Channel 5)
and 'Home Malone'(Anglia)
Presenter for 'Simply Money TV'
Guest presenter 'Ridge Riders' (Meridian TV)
Financial journalist for The Independent, Independent on Sunday, New Woman
Panelist on 'Late Night Live', 'The Simon Mayo Show' and comedy show 'The
Treatment' (BBC Radio 5)
1998-2000 Presenter and reporter for BBC Radio Business Unit presenting and
reporting for 'Money check' and 'Wake Up To Money'.
Writing financial articles for Press Association, The Daily Express and
Voiceover artist for various adverts, corporate tapes and cartoons
1995-1997 Editor of men's lifestyle magazine, 'It' Magazine
Presenter and writer of series of seven hour-long comedy radio programmes on
Freelance writer for The London Evening Standard, ES Magazine, The Times,
Daily Express, The London Magazine
Corporate Entertainer, After-dinner speaker and entertainer at corporate
functions around Britain.
"Just to say thank you so much for your excellent contribution to our conference.... It took some on the audience longer than others to twig and the feedback has been amazing, an excellent end to the afternoon's event."
Jenny Gourlay, HBOS