FT journalists

Profiles of Financial Times (FT) journalists available for interviews, conferences and speaking opportunities.

Arranging an interview

To organise an interview with an FT journalist in Asia, please contact:

Rhonda Taylor
T: (+852) 2905 5519

Elka Requinta
T: (+632) 982 5793
E: elka.requinta@ft.com

Jamil Anderlini, Asia Editor

Based in Hong Kong, Jamil Anderlini was appointed Asia Editor of the Financial Times in January 2016 to oversee the FT’s editorial operations in the region. He has served as Beijing bureau chief since 2011 and has won numerous awards, including a UK Foreign Press Association Award in 2008, several individual SOPA awards and the inaugural Jones-Mauthner Award in 2012. In 2013, Anderlini was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and short-listed for Foreign Reporter of the Year at The Press Awards in the UK.

Victor Mallet, Asia News Editor

Victor Mallet is the Asia News Editor for the Financial Times, based in Hong Kong. He is responsible for the FT news gathering operation across the Asia Pacific region, and for the presentation of Asian news in all global editions of the newspaper and on FT.com. Prior to this role, he was the South Asia Bureau Chief based in New Delhi. He covered India’s economy, politics and foreign relations, as well as news in Pakistan and Afghanistan. He spent four years as Madrid bureau chief, and before that he was the editor of the FT’s Asia edition.

Simon Mundy, Mumbai correspondent

Simon Mundy has been our Mumbai correspondent since April 2016. He is responsible for covering a wide range of Indian business including finance, manufacturing and IT, as well as Sri Lanka. He previously reported for the FT in Seoul, London and Johannesburg.

Ben Bland, South China Correspondent

Ben Bland is the South China correspondent for the Financial Times. He previously reported for the FT from Indonesia and Vietnam, where he covered economics, business, politics and other breaking news stories.

 

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