Handelsblatt is Temporarily Moving to London
LONDON, June 17, 2016
Handelsblatt, Germany’s leading financial daily, is temporarily moving its editorial headquarters during Brexit week to London. From Tuesday June 21 through Saturday June 25 our publisher Gabor Steingart, together with more than 50 journalists from Germany, will be working from central London.
Each evening from 5 p.m. we will hold a reception with high-level representatives from the world of business, politics, banking and media to discuss the referendum and its implications for Britain and Europe in on-the-record talks.
Among the guests will be Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s vice chancellor and economics minister, Antonio Simoes, CEO of HSBC Bank plc., David McAllister, a German-Scottish member of the European Parliament, Stephanie Flanders, the chief strategist for the U.K. and Europe at JP Morgan Asset Management, as well as the former British trade minister, Lord Stephen Green. The talks will be followed each evening by drinks and music.
“Next week, we are moving the Handelsblatt newsroom from Germany to London to follow and analyze the historic events taking place in the financial heart of Europe. The modern newspaper marries inspiration and information, as well as substance and proximity, to deliver new relevance and immediacy to its readers,” said Gabor Steingart, the publisher and CEO of Handelsblatt Publishing Group.
We’d very much like to extend to you a cordial invitation to join us at one of the receptions. We have limited space so please let us know which date you are interested in attending. Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org. To read the full programme, please go to Handelsblatt Global Edition.
During Brexit week, Handelsblatt’s London editorial offices will be located in The Beagle, 397-400 Geffrye Street, London E2 8HZ.
Handelsblatt is the largest German-language business and finance newspaper. Around 200 editors, correspondents and permanent staff around the globe provide up-to-date, comprehensive and critical-analytical news. The business and finance paper, which appears each trading day, is essential reading for decision-makers in the first and second levels of management. According to Germany’s premier reader analysis LAE 2015, Handelsblatt reaches more than 290,000 decision-makers each trading day. Handelsblatt Online generates up to 22 million visits and 100 million page impressions per month, making it Germany’s leading business portal. In 2012, 2013 and 2014, readers chose Handelsblatt Online as finance website of the year.