Preet Banerjee

Speaker, Celebrity


Preet Banerjee

Behavioural Finance Expert

When you think of a neuroscientist, an author, and a racecar driver, you rarely think of it being one person–but Preet Banerjee is all those things–and more. Best known as a financial panelist on CBC’s The National, and as a weekly contributor to The Morning Show on Global, Banerjee inspires others to become financially empowered. Sharing his world-class expertise and unique ability to take the complexity out of money matters, he speaks on topics including behavioural finance, neuroeconomics, and personal finance.

Formerly a financial advisor, Banerjee has also worked in institutional investment sales and product development. He is a management consultant to the wealth management industry, with a focus on the commercial application of behavioural finance research and fintech.

Banerjee has a personal finance video column for The Globe and Mail, is a contributing editor at MoneySense magazine, and is the author of three books. His latest, Stop Over-Thinking Your Money: The Five Simple Rules of Financial Success, is in bookstores now.

His blog, WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com, was voted Canada’s best investing blog in 2010 by Globe and Mail readers and Advisor.ca named him one of Canada’s “Top 10 Financial Visionaries” in 2011. Banerjee also hosts a podcast on iTunes, “Mostly Money, Mostly Canadian,” which is one of the highest rated podcasts in Canada for business and investing. He was also the host of Million Dollar Neighbourhood on The Oprah Winfrey Network,

Banerjee is a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute and also holds the Derivatives Market Specialist  and Financial Management Advisor designations. He was awarded First Place in the 2012 Portfolio Management Association of Canada’s Excellence in Investment Journalism Awards, and is currently a research associate at the Henley Business School at the University of Reading.


Behavioural Finance: Why We Are Hard-Wired To Make Bad Money Decisions

Making better financial decisions can lower stress and increase productivity both at home and at work. Bringing together his background in neuroscience, money, and even cars, Preet Banerjee explains how the human brain is hard-wired to make bad decisions about money, and what you can do about it.

Banerjee can customize this talk for any audience including for:

  • financial advisors
  • human resources professionals
  • college and university audiences

 

Celebrity Services

Preet Banerjee may be booked for a wide variety of unique marketing initiatives, including sponsorships, endorsements, media spokesperson campaigns, product launches appearances, and more. Contact us for more information:
celebrity@speakers.ca.