Meet the team
Suzie Neuwirth, founder and editor-in-chief
Suzie Neuwirth is an experienced business journalist who has appeared on Sky News. She has edited the business sections of two national newspapers, worked full-time at London freesheet City AM and continues to write for a number of titles while running her own business. She started her career in trade magazines and edited a Middle East-focused insurance publication for two years.
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Kathryn Gaw, contributing editor
Kathryn Gaw is a business and personal finance journalist who has written for a number of B2B titles and newspapers, as well as writing content for many well-known financial clients. She was previously finance editor at the Press Association, where she wrote a national column on personal finance.
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Marc Shoffman, senior reporter
Marc Shoffman is a personal finance journalist who has had work published in a number of Financial Times trade titles, as well as This is Money, the Mail on Sunday and the Times.
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Tim Evershed, reporter
Tim Evershed is an experienced business journalist who has reported on financial services for a number of newspapers, B2B magazines and websites. He began his career at The Insurance Insider and has had work published in The Times and The Daily Telegraph as well as Financial Solutions, Global Trader, Global Reinsurance, Insurance Post and the Midlands Business Insider.
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Emily Perryman, reporter
Emily Perryman is an experienced financial journalist who has written for numerous national, consumer and trade publications. She was previously personal finance editor at Shares magazine.
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Andrew Saunders, features writer
Andrew Saunders is a business journalist and commentator specialising in fintech, leadership and the future of work. In 10 years as deputy editor of Management Today, he interviewed everyone from Elon Musk to Vince Cable, Alex Ferguson to Carolyn McCall. He has also written for the Standard, The Times and The Guardian.
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Ashleigh Sadler, sales and marketing director
Ashleigh Sadler has worked in sales and marketing for over nine years, with experience across print, digital and events sponsorship. She previously worked at the Financial Times for publications such as Investment Adviser & Money Management. Ashleigh is known for creating new and innovative advertising assets and producing very successful sales and marketing campaigns for her clients.
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Amy St Louis, sales and marketing consultant
Amy St Louis is an experienced media sales and marketing professional who has spent over 10 years in media working with the Irish Times and Postmedia Network Inc. (Canada’s largest media publishing house), specialising in content integration and innovative advertising campaigns. Following her time in media, Amy joined one of her clients The Jeffery Group, working for the Women’s Executive Network (WXN) and Canadian Board Diversity Council (CBDC) as the director of sales and marketing.
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Tehmeena Khan, sales & marketing support, media partnerships manager and social media manager
Tehmeena Khan is a business management graduate with a postgraduate certificate focused in digital marketing. She manages Peer2Peer Finance News’ social media accounts, designs marketing material, manages media partnerships and supports the sales team.
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Tim Parker, art director
Tim Parker is an experienced graphic designer based in London. Over the past few years, he has worked on design projects for clients including Comic Relief, Sue Ryder, Malaria No More, Random House, the Evening Standard, Toshiba, Nasdaq, Avis, Egmont, PQ magazine.