I am a seasoned business and finance journalist, covering corporate finance for the Wall Street Journal in London. As a News Editor, I report on U.K.-based companies as well as Continental European firms. I am focusing on various topics, including corporate bond issuances, taxes, mergers and acquisitions, capex, cash management, reporting, accounting, audit and corporate governance.
Prior to joining the WSJ in September 2016, I worked as a U.K. Business Correspondent for WELT N24. In that capacity, I reported on banking and the financial industry, manufacturing, start-ups and energy. I continued covering business and finance in China, with three to four dispatchments to Shanghai per year, following my time as a reporter there.
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