The Financial Times has appointed Sujeet Indap as Wall Street Editor in New York, adding a veteran expert on corporate finance to its expanding US team covering the world’s financial capital. In this newly created role, Indap will help coordinate coverage on the biggest stories in American finance, including blockbuster takeover battles, messy bankruptcy disputes and other clash-of-the-titan showdowns that dominate the Wall Street landscape. 

Indap is currently the FT’s US Editor of the Lex Column, where he writes on M&A, corporate restructurings and the intersection of finance and corporate law. In his new role, Indap will continue with his Lex responsibilities as well as continue to lend his expertise to the FT’s New York newsroom to deliver even more deeply-reported, high-impact coverage of Wall Street. In addition, he will help set the standards for financial reporting across the FT, teaching masterclasses and working directly with reporters and news editors throughout the FT’s global network.

“Sujeet Indap is one of the biggest brains in financial journalism. Having him help steer our Wall Street coverage will strengthen an already world-beating team,” said US managing editor Peter Spiegel. “Sujeet has been enlightening FT readers for years through his incisive financial analysis both at Lex and across the paper. Now, they’ll get even more of Sujeet in our news coverage.” 

This appointment marks a significant milestone in the FT’s expansion in the US and particularly its coverage of the changing face of finance, including the rise of private capital as a force on Wall Street and the emergence of digital assets and crypto. The FT recently launched Cryptofinance, a new digital hub and weekly newsletter that shines a light on the digital asset industry and how these innovations are rippling into mainstream finance. 


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