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WSJ hires Saeedy to cover bankruptcy and corporate distress

September 20, 2021

Posted by Chris Roush

Alexander Saeedy

The Wall Street Journal has hired Alexander Saeedy to cover bankruptcy and corporate distress.

For the past year , he has been at Reorg covering corporate bankruptcy.

Saeedy previously was a senior reporter for Leveraged Commentary & Data. Prior to joining LCD, he was a journalist at Euromoney’s New York offices, reporting breaking news and delivering scoops on the institutions and personalities that animate Wall Street. Before covering finance and economics in the U.S., he was a reporter in Brussels, covering EU politics.

He won an Overseas Press Club Fellowship in 2015, placing him at Reuters’ Brussels bureau at the height of the Greek debt crisis, and was subsequently a freelance reporter across Europe.

His work has appeared in Foreign Affairs, The AtlanticThe Nation, Vice, Fortune, and other publications.

He graduated from Yale in 2015 with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in history.

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