About Us

Poundsterlingforecast.com was created as a great tool for people to keep ahead of what is happening on the currency markets at the click of a button in their own leisure as these days people don’t always have time to call up our trading floor during their working day.

The site has become very popular and we now have a number of currency brokers from Foreign Currency Direct writing here. We welcome readers to get in touch with us with any currency requirements as Foreign Currency Direct is not only proactive by having sites like this, but we also have won awards for our customer service, we can beat almost any bank or company’s exchange rates.

Feel free to contact any of the authors directly or to fill in one of our enquiry forms for a brief summary of our service and a free quote and analysis our your particular situation. You can call directly on +44 (0) 1494 787 478 (8:30am – 6:00pm – UK Time)

The Pound Sterling Forecast Authors

Daniel Wright

Having worked in the industry for more than a decade, Daniel is an expert when it comes to currency markets and has helped clients and businesses alike to perform key currency trades at optimal times. He has been quoted in various articles surrounding the Pound and more specifically the impact of the Brexit vote. Daniel is now a Director at Foreign Currency Direct, you can email him directly at djw@currencies.co.uk.

Jonathan Watson

Jonathan has been a trader for almost a decade and has extraordinary understanding of the currency markets and the implications of currency fluctuations on business. He has been quoted in major media outlets such as The Telegraph, The Times, Financial Times and featured on the BBC discussing the UK’s Referendum. Jonathan enjoys good music and has an appetite for good food. Contact Jonathan at jmw@currencies.co.uk.

Tom Holian

Tom has been working at Foreign Currency Direct for the past 11 years and is considered the veteran of the club. Having helped clients through the difficult period of the Financial Crisis in 2008, he has an unbelievable amount of positive testimonials and is highly knowledgeable in his field. If you would like to discuss what is affecting exchange rates please feel to email Tom directly at teh@currencies.co.uk. Tom is a keen cyclist and is also half dutch.

Matt Vassallo

Matt’s vast knowledge of the foreign currency market is difficult to beat. Having spent time working in other countries he has built extensive knowledge on foreign property purchases and his friendly, but to-the-point writing style has helped thousands of clients make informed decisions on a currency transfer. If you would like to discuss the currency markets with Matt he can be reached at mtv@currencies.co.uk.

Ben Fletcher

Ben is an exceptional writer and brings with him a strong understanding of politics and the impact on exchange rates. Ben has helped hundreds of clients during the Brexit process with his clear writing style and knowledge of both European and US politics. You can contact Ben at brf@currencies.co.uk, he will be only to happy to discuss any currency exchange requirements you may have. Ben is a keen sports fan and enjoys playing Rugby.

Dayle Littlejohn

Dayle is a Senior Executive Dealer at Foreign Currency Direct after joining the business in 2014. Dayle’s market knowledge is excellent, his awareness is sound and he is renowned amongst his clients for the lengths he will go to meet their needs. You can email Dayle directly at drl@currencies.co.uk for an exchange rate update. In his spare time Dayle is club captain for his cricket team and also is a big Chelsea fan.

Joseph Wright

Joseph is a Senior Executive Dealer who has spent 7 years working in the financial markets. Working with many products including foreign exchange, equities and derivatives. Joseph brings with him a wealth of knowledge across many currencies and has a strong understanding of the different political and economic events that affect exchange rates. You can reach Joseph at jxw@currencies.co.uk, he will be happy to discuss your currency exchange requirements and offer his input.