Biography of Liam Halligan
This is what you need to know about Liam Halligan, an economist, news broadcaster who currently works as the financial and business editor of GB News – and co-presents his own daily show on the channel.
Liam Halligan Age
Hulligan was born on April 29, 1969 in London, United Kingdom.
Liam Halligan body measurements
Halligan is of average height, however, the award-winning journalist has not revealed her exact height and other body measurements such as weight, shoe size and bra size.
Liam Halligan family
Hooligan is the wife of Lucy Ward and the parent of three children. Little is known about his parents, there are also no details about his siblings, so this information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Liam Halligan Wife
Halligan is the wife of Lucy Ward and the couple is blessed with three children.
Liam Halligan Net Value
Halligan has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million – $ 2 million. His career as a News Journalist is her main source of income.
Liam Halligan Training
He attended the John Lyon School on a scholarship. He graduated with a degree in Economics from the University of Warwick and holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Oxford.
Liam Halligan Career
He co-founded Russian Economic Trends, an independent source of data and feedback, and the Russian European Center for Economic Policy, which advised the Russian government.
He also wrote a weekly column for The Moscow Times and covered Russia for The Economist and the Economist Intelligence Unit, while also writing for The Wall Street Journal and Euromoney in the former Soviet Union.
He also wrote a weekly column for the Sunday Business before moving to The Sunday Telegraph in 2003. In 2006, Hulligan was appointed finance editor for The Sunday Telegraph between 1999 and 2002. GB News.
Liam Halligan Awards
- 1998 – Wincott Business Broadcaster Award of the Year.
- 2005 – Best Broadcast Story, Business Journalist of the Year Awards – How Secure is your pension ?, made with Mentorn / RawTV.
- 2006 – Best Show, Business Journalist of the Year Award – 30 30bn pension black hole, made with Old Street Films.
- 2007 – Workworld Writer of the Year.
- 2007 – British Press Awards – Business commentator for Yea.