Sarah Ross has been appointed as a writer on the Financial Times’
back-page Lex column, covering macro-economics, hedge funds, bonds,
banking, transport and support services.
Ross joins the eight-strong Lex team from the personal finance team, where she was deputy editor.
She replaces Gillian Tett, who has become the Financial Times’ capital markets editor.
Bogler, editor of Lex, said: “Sarah has worked both as a fund manager,
on both sides of the Atlantic, and as a reporter for several different
sections of the FT.
“This mix of skills will make her an invaluable addition to Lex.”