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Nov 2015

The FT wins big at Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards

 
 
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Today at the Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards, the Financial Times took home five honours for best commentary, more than any other publisher.

The Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards celebrate the achievements of the UK’s finest and most influential print and online commentators and their editors.

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Nov 2015

FT names new Africa and Asia editors

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The Financial Times today announces two senior editorial appointments. David Pilling is named Africa editor, retaining his role as assistant editor. Beijing bureau chief Jamil Anderlini replaces Pilling as Asia editor. He is also promoted to assistant editor.

Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, said: “David’s unique insight, experience and leadership will bring great strength to the FT’s coverage of Africa as a hugely important continent for global business. David has done a remarkable job interpreting Asia for more than a decade, guiding our award-winning coverage of some of the world’s fastest growing economies.”

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Nov 2015

Emerging Markets Investors Summit

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Our partner, Debtwire is delighted to host the Emerging Markets Investors Summit in New York City. 

As the emerging markets (EM) landscape continues to evolve, opportunities and challenges are plentiful for investors and advisors alike as they navigate a diverse range of regional and strategic distressed investment options. Against this backdrop Debtwire will host an inaugural forum on the origination and investment in global EM corporate credit.

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Nov 2015

Improvements to our corporate tools – what you need to know

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We have recently made some improvements and updates to our corporate tools, including the sign-up page, Access Manager pop-up and the Admin Tool.

Below is an outline of what the changes are and what further improvements our customers can expect soon.

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