David Wighton, City Editor, Wall Street Journal Europe
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We look forward to welcoming David Wighton of the Wall Street Journal to our speaker lunch on 10 November 2015. David is a highly experienced financial journalist, having written for the Investors Chronicle, the Daily Telegraph, the Times, the Financial Times and most recently the Wall Street Journal, during a career that has spanned three decades.
David spent more than a decade at the Financial Times where he shot to prominence as one of the nation’s most highly-regarded journalists. During his time at the paper David held the positions of Chief Political Reporter, UK Companies Editor, Financial News Editor, US News Editor, US Banking Editor and New York Bureau Chief. He went on to become Business Editor and Associate Editor, Business and Politics at The Times.
He is presently City Editor for the European edition of The Wall Street Journal, where he has a particular focus on the financial services sector, regulation and the interplay between politics and business, and he is a columnist for Financial News.
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