Enrich named financial enterprise editor at WSJ
David Enrich has been named The Wall Street Journal’s financial enterprise editor, managing a team of investigative reporters in New York.
In that position, Enrich will oversee a team of Serena Ng, Anupreeta Das, Jean Eaglesham and Kirsten Grind and do some of his own writing and reporting as well.
He will start in New York on Sept. 25.
He previously was European banking editor for The Journal, responsible for coordinating its coverage of banking and regulatory policy across Europe.
Enrich joined the Journal in December 2007 in New York as a reporter writing about the U.S. banking industry, with a particular focus on Citigroup. He relocated to the Journal’s London bureau in March 2010, covering British banks and regulation. He was named European banking editor in March 2012. Prior to joining the Journal, he was a reporter with Dow Jones Newswires for several years.
Enrich has received numerous journalism awards, including in 2012 an Overseas Press Club award for coverage of the European financial crisis and a George Polk Award for coverage of insider trading. Enrich was part of teams of Journal reporters who were finalists for Pulitzer Prizes in 2009 and 2011.
Prior to joining Dow Jones in 2003, Enrich was a reporter for States News Service in Washington, D.C.
His book, The Spider Network: The Wild Story of a Math Genius, a Gang of Backstabbing Bankers, and One of the Greatest Scams in Financial History, will be published in March 2017.