DEALS AND FINANCE.
Due Diligence is the FT's must-read newsletter on corporate finance,
mergers & acquisitions,
and private equity.
on deals and deal makers
From Tuesday to Friday Due Diligence delivers the most important stories, analysis, and insights from the FT and across the web curated by a team of specialist reporters from around the world.
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In Due Diligence, we don't just curate the best of the FT's corporate finance reporting but our team from around the world takes readers deeper into their notebooks and shares the latest insights exclusively on everything from M&A to private equity.Corporate finance and deals editor
Inside Due Diligence: a Q&A with editors
Arash Massoudi and James Fontanella-Khan
Due Diligence is created and edited by the FT's corporate finance and deals editors, Arash Massoudi in London and James Fontanella-Khan in New York.
The team also includes Francesca Friday, DD reporter and producer; Ortenca Aliaj, M&A correspondent; Kaye Wiggins, private capital correspondent; Robert Smith, senior credit correspondent; Sujeet Indap, US Lex editor; Eric Platt, US markets editor; Miles Kruppa, venture capital correspondent; Mark Vandevelde, US private capital correspondent; and Javier Espinoza, EU correspondent.
We have our own distinct voice, which helps set us apart. The goal is to connect with our readers in a more intimate and personal manner. Given that our subscriber base keeps growing, it seems that readers like it.US corporate finance and deals editor
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