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Philip Coggan

Philip Coggan Capital Markets Editor of The Economist will discuss hedge funds and his book.

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Philip Coggan is the Capital Markets Editor of the Economist, where he writes the Buttonwood column. He was recently awarded the title of Senior Financial Journalist in the Harold Wincott awards and was voted Best Communicator at the Business Journalist of the Year Awards 2009, where he also won the category for best personal finance story. He has been awarded the title of Best Investment Correspondent (National Newspapers) at the State Street Institutional Awards on six separate occasions. He is the author of three books, The Money Machine, How the City Works (Penguin) Easy Money (Profile) and the Economist Guide to Hedge Funds (Profile). Before he joined the Economist, he worked for 20 years at the Financial Times, writing the Short View and Long View columns.