Tony Greenham
Tony is Head of Finance and Business at nef, the programme of research into reforming the financial sector and aligning the interests of society and business. He brings to this role his experience as a corporate stockbroker, commercial accountant and sustainability consultant.

After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, he worked in UK Equity Capital Markets first with Barclays Bank and then Credit Suisse where he advised household names such as Sky, GlaxoSmithkline and Debenhams.
Prior to joining nef, Tony was working with the Transition Towns movement as a director of Transition Town Totnes and a business consultant for Transition Training and Consulting.
He has a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Oxford and an MSc in Environmental Assessment and Evaluation from the London School of Economics.

Blog Entries by Tony Greenham

Osborne Should Drive a Hard Bargain for British Banks' £46bn Subsidy

Posted 8 September 2011 | 10:39:25 (EST)

Britain is getting a bad deal from its banks. Our research has found that the five biggest UK banks enjoyed an indirect subsidy of £46bn in 2010 courtesy of the taxpayer. This was the reduction in borrowing costs that results from the implicit guarantee of their solvency by the government.

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