Billionaire business leaders are in a “gold rush” to partner with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry – and the couple will be invited to speak in Davos in 2021, source claims
- Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their separation from the royal family in January
- Every year WEF meets the richest and most influential people in the world
- Experts say the pair could raise £ 1 billion in business deals and brand ambassador roles
Billionair business leaders are in a “gold rush” to partner with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after their spin-off from the Royal Family, bank leaders have said that Mirror.
The couple, who left The Firm last month and expressed their desire to become financially independent, will be invited to speak at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland next year.
The annual WEF sees some of the world’s richest and most influential people coming together.
Experts claim that they could earn up to £ 1 billion if they sign networks correctly with delegates and a combination of business deals and roles as brand ambassadors.
Billionair business leaders are in a ‘gold rush’ to work with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after their split from the royal family, bank incidents have told the mirror
Public relations expert Mark Borkowski said to the Mirror: “This doesn’t surprise me at all.”
Meanwhile, a banking insider told the publication: “Harry and Meghan have set out a clear path to working with large banks and business giants and doing altruistic work with charities.
‘The mix works well with the target group and the celebrities. However, it is certain to raise eyebrows in royal circles.
‘It has echoes from other royals that are being criticized because they offered themselves to the highest bidder and everything gets pretty boring.
It comes after Harry, 35, and Meghan’s first post-Megxit performance earlier this month was at an event held by US banking giant JP Morgan in Miami – an organization engaged in a succession of controversies.
Experts claim that the Sussexes could earn up to £ 1 billion if they sign networks correctly with delegates and a combination of business deals and roles as brand ambassadors
JP Morgan belonged to the group of large US investment banks blamed for the financial crisis just over ten years ago – and was eventually instructed to pay a record amount of $ 13 billion in 2013 – around £ 10 billion – for misleading investors in the years prior to the meltdown.
Coincidentally, 2013 was also the year in which the bank finally said goodbye to one of its most notorious customers, pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein.
Last week it turned out that Prince Harry’s team had discussions with Goldman Sachs – an investment bank accused by the US government and senate of misleading investors about the value of subprime mortgages and contributing to the financial crisis.
Other controversies ranged from the fact that it was related to the 1MDB fraud and a lawsuit submitted by former female employees to the role of the bank in the financial crisis.
It comes after Harry, 35, and Meghan’s first post-Megxit performance earlier this month was at an event held by US banking giant JP Morgan in Miami, which is embroiled in a succession of controversies. Depicted at Canada House in London in January
Prince Harry insisted that the talks would benefit his charities instead of reinforcing the Sussex Royal brand – a label that the Queen and senior officials have decided the couple can no longer keep.
The Duke of Sussex’s assistants reportedly discussed the following in the footsteps of David Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow by speaking at one of the Talks at GS events.
If Harry and Meghan, 38, were to attend the WEF, this could clash with their climate campaigns.
If Harry and Meghan, 38, pictured with their son Archie in South Africa, were to attend the WEF, this could clash with their climate campaigns
Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, 17, spoke at the January event and called for urgent action, emphasizing the need for ‘real zero’ emissions and destroying the WED for ignoring calls for fossil use to reduce fuel consumption.
The duke and duchess of Sussex were slammed last year because they preached about saving the planet and then flying around the world with a private jet.
Harry’s father Prince Charles also gave a keynote speech this year about the climate crisis in Davos and met Thunberg.