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Edmund Greaves
Edmund Greaves

Editor

Edmund Greaves is a former magazine editor who once blew through his life savings trying to become a millennial Ernest Hemmingway in Central America. In his spare time he mostly enjoys holding the government to account.

Paul Thomas
Paul Thomas

Editor

Paul Thomas is a former national newspaper journalist and magazine editor. Used to look like that guy Jamie from Coronation Street; then I got heavy.

Neil Bage
Neil Bage

Mouthy Blogger

Neil Bage is the chief behavioural officer at Murphy Wealth and the founder of behavioural insight’s fintech company Be-IQ. He is a specialist on the sub-conscious behaviours that drive our decisions, and has a reputation for bridging complex scientific theory with real-world understanding and application. As well as being a keynote speaker, Neil is also the creator and host of the Bitesize Behaviour Podcast.

Finance Dee
Finance Dee

Mouthy Blogger

Diandra Latibeaudiere-Gardner 'Finance Dee' is a 28-year old British-Jamaican living in the SE of England. By day she's a research consultant and by night a finance YouTuber and FIRE blogger

Matthew Grossett
Matthew Grossett

Mouthy Blogger

South Norwood’s answer to Paul Hollywood, this micro-baking expert’s weapon of choice is buttercream - and he’s not afraid to use it

William Pointing
William Pointing

Mouthy Blogger

Will Pointing enjoys helping people save money online the easy way by using his marketing experience gained at comparison websites and publishing companies. He has been featured in the Financial Times, the Sun and local radio. He also enjoys the outdoors.

Milo Larkin
Milo Larkin

Mouthy Blogger

Milo is a PR consultant and spends the majority of his free time playing a wide range of instruments, all of them at an equally poor level. He is also an avid gymgoer and a long-suffering Fulham fan.

Paul Beadle
Paul Beadle

Mouthy Blogger

Paul has had a long and varied career in journalism, public relations and social media, mostly talking about money. He has a collection of over a thousand vinyl records that is worth “literally nothing”.

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