Philip Stafford

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Phillip Stafford
Occupation Editor, FT Trading Room
Employer The Financial Times
Location London
Twitter @FTTradingRoom

Phillip Stafford is a reporter and editor for the FT Trading Room page. He is known best for covering topics such as high frequency trading, market structures, OTC derivatives and global exchanges.[1]


Stafford has been employed with the Financial Times since 2004, when he started as the UK markets editor. In 2006, he became a Technology reporter for the Times, covering topics such as listed companies and start-ups.[2] From there, Stafford moved to the FT Trading Room starting in October of 2010.


Stafford received a degree in History and Politics from the university of Sheffield (U.K.) in 1996.

MarketsWiki Education[edit]

Stafford participated in the MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in London in October of 2016 at the Woolen Exchange.


  1. FT Trading Room. Financial Times.
  2. Phillip Stafford. LinkedIn.
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