TV and radio presenter, ‘Miss Moneysaver’ columnist for the Daily Mail, director of three companies, author of 38 books, money expert, techlash exponent and stand-up comedian (yes really), Jasmine has run things her way for the whole of her career.
She’s had a portfolio career since before it was fashionable and now she even trains people in how to have one themselves. Her workshop ‘How to be your own brand’, which teaches people the secrets of successful careers, is popular with employees and freelancers alike.
She is best known as a Money Expert and TV and radio personality who puts the ‘funny’ into ‘money’. Her fun, lively style and common sense manner mean that she can explain any complicated concept in a way that normal people like you and I can understand. This is quite a feat when you’re talking about the world economy!
Jasmine speaks at conferences and dinners around the world, hosts awards and runs corporate training workshops. Recent clients include Blackrock, Aegon, the Portuguese Government and NBC.
She is also the founder and editor of the country’s best-known money-making website MoneyMagpie.com which is the go-to site for information and help on making, as well as saving, money day-to-day.
She has two magazine columns that are humorous and informative and is currently working on a book on how to survive the technological revolution.
She also has a background as a comedy-writer and stand-up comedian who was regularly booked by events organisers for her comedy ‘imposter’ act.
Take a look around this site for more about Jasmine’s presenting, writing, performing, training and comedy skills!
What Jasmine does
Community Money Advice
Jasmine became patron of the debt charity Community Money Advice in 2019. She is a passionate defender of the rights of the poor and vulnerable and is particularly keen to protect them from sharks who prey on those who are financially desperate. Free debt advice charities like CMA offer a lifeline to those who don’t know where to turn.
National Empathy Week
Jasmine is also an Ambassador for the annual ‘National Empathy Week’ which aims to help school children become more empathetic and help make the world a kinder place.