Tony Greenham

Director of Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing, RSA.

Tony is a chartered accountant and former investment banker with experience both in business and with social and environmental NGOs. Tony’s career has ranged from blue-chip professional services and banking experience with PwC, Barclays Bank and Credit Suisse, through small business start-ups and environmental NGOs to economic policy research. He is author and co-author on many books and reports on economic social reform including People Powered Prosperity: Ultra-local approaches to making poorer places wealthier; The Reality of Now: How social processes drive organisational behaviour; Stakeholder Banks: the benefits of banking diversity and the best-selling economic textbook Where Does Money Come From – A guide to the UK Monetary and banking system

Tony holds a number of positions in addition to his role at the RSA including: Non-Executive Director at the Greater London Mutual, Senior Fellow at the Finance Innovation Lab, Advisory Committee for Lion Trust Investments, Trustee of Solidarity Economics Education and Research, Trustee of Transition Network, a global grassroots movement for social and environmental change.

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