James Shotter

Financial Times reporter

He reports on Central Europe from Warsaw for the Financial Times. He has worked for the newspaper since 2010 and before moving to Poland, he was their German banking correspondent in Frankfurt and later covered Switzerland and Austria. The Financial Times was founded in London in 1888. It is now one of the world’s best-known newspapers for its coverage of the world economy. It is published in five different editions (UK, Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East). The Financial Times is considered essential reading for anyone concerned about the state of the economy.