I am a merchant banker and professional investor, with a passion for writing on a range of topics, both within my field and beyond. My writing has been featured in a number of academic journals, as well as the blogs of a number of publications. I have also written on everything from wine to personal finance to politics, both under my own name and for companies. The History Press also published a short comedic book of mine, Trinity Student Pranks: A History of Mischief and Mayhem.
I graduated from Trinity College Dublin (where I studied philosophy, political science, and economics) and the University of Oxford (where I studied business and reaffirmed my love of the Oxford comma).
I can write fluently on a range of topics and with a range of voices.
The Problem of the Businessman President
Confronting a More Dangerous World
There’s Plenty of Things to Worry About with a Trump Presidency, But Debt isn’t One of Them
Book Review: The Lazarus Conspiracies by Richard Rose