Wolfgang Münchau

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Wolfgang Münchau
Occupation co-founder and director
Employer Eurointelligence Advisers Ltd.

Wolfgang Münchau is a co-founder and director of Eurointelligence Advisers Limited and an associate editor of the Financial Times, where he writes a weekly column about European economics. He was one of the founders of Financial Times Deutschland, the German financial daily, and the paper's editor-in-chief between 2001 and 2003[1].

Background

Previously, Münchau was a foreign correspondent for the Financial Times, reporting on the preparation for the final stage of monetary union and the launch of the Euro. Between 1988 and 1995 he held several posts at The Times newspaper, including Washington and Brussels correspondent.

In 1989 he was a recipient of the Wincott Young Financial Journalist of the Year award.

Education

  • Diplom-Mathematiker (Hagen)
  • Diplom-Betriebswirt (Reutlingen)
  • M.A. in International Journalism (City University, London).

References

  1. Columnists. FT.com.