Bloomberg News hires de Haldevang for Mexico City bureau
Bloomberg News has hired Max de Haldevang as a reporter in its Mexico City bureau.
De Haldevang was previously a reporter on Quartz’s geopolitics team, where he reported on international corruption issues ranging from Russian money laundering to Mexican environmental abuses.
He was a 2020 Livingston Award finalist for his reporting on Walmart’s tax abuses and America’s role as the world’s biggest tax haven. He won two 2019 National Association of Real Estate Editors awards for his investigation into the Kazakhstan first family’s ownership ties to Sherlock Holmes’ £130m London address.
He worked with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on the Luanda Leaks and Mauritius Leaks, which won a 2019 EPPY award.
Before Quartz, he reported in Mexico and the UK for Reuters, in Russia for The Moscow Times, and worked at the Rio and Sochi Olympics for NBC. He speaks Russian, Spanish, and French.