Ryan Chilcote is an award-winning moderator, broadcaster, presenter, journalist, and public speaking coach. A seasoned media professional, Chilcote divides his time between leading discussions at business and investment conferences, reporting and coaching senior executives to present their best face in public speaking engagements. Prior to setting up his own production company and consulting business, Ryan worked as a business correspondent and presenter at Bloomberg Television and a CNN International Correspondent.
Chilcote is also one of the world’s best-known MCs and moderators, leading dozens of
discussions on TV & online, at venues including the New York Stock Exchange, the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Expo2020 in Dubai, The Future Investment Initiative (FII) in Riyadh and nearly everywhere in between. Thanks to more than a quarter-century of reporting spanning general and business news, Chilcote is as comfortable moderating a conversation with world leaders as he is leading a gathering of C-suite executives – always ensuring thoughtful and provocative discussions. Chilcote has also coached several the world’s top leaders, including CEOs, G20 central bankers, finance ministers and entrepreneurs.
As a news reporter, Chilcote has focused on some of the world's biggest business, economic and political stories including the pandemic and its economic fallout, financial services and fintech, cyber security, technology, Brexit, the G20 and G7/8, global trade, climate change, OPEC and the oil market, energy companies, and the automotive sector. Over his 25 years in journalism, Ryan has filed hundreds of reports and conducted more than a thousand interviews.
Chilcote served as a roving international correspondent and presenter at Bloomberg
Television between 2007 and 2016, covering Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He also presented and served as the executive producer of “Ryan’s Russia,” an award-winning yearlong tele-series about life in the world’s largest country. Overall, Ryan has produced close to two dozen documentaries.
Prior to moving to London to join Bloomberg Television, Chilcote spent 12 years based in Moscow as a CNN International correspondent, covering Russia, the former Soviet Union, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as the crisis in Darfur and the road to peace in South Sudan. Chilcote's broadcast work has earned him an Emmy nomination, a duPontColumbia Award Nomination, and numerous other accolades.