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Sarah Butcher Global Editor

Sarah Butcher is the global editor for eFinancialCareers.

An experienced financial journalist, Sarah joined eFinancialCareers full time in 2006 after writing freelance for us for many years. She’s held a number of roles in our team, including editor, ‘editor at large’, UK site editor, and now global editor.

Before joining eFinancialCareers, she spent many years freelancing for Financial News, during which time she also wrote regular pieces on management and property for the Financial Times. She’s also been known to write (under a pseudonym) for the Sunday Times.

A graduate from Oxford University in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, Sarah was a contemporary of George Osborne, whom she never actually met. She did once attend a Piers Gaveston party, but in a purely observational capacity and saw no evidence of pigs.

When she’s not working, Sarah is walking her dog. Or gardening. Or trying to convince the cat that the dog won’t chase it given half the chance.    

Latest Articles by Sarah Butcher
A veteran Citi MD in New York was rescued by a Japanese bank
Financial

A veteran Citi MD in New York was rescued by a Japanese bank

16 Apr 2024
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Morgan Stanley results contain some sorry truths for its bankers
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Morgan Stanley results contain some sorry truths for its bankers

16 Apr 2024
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The popular MD who upgraded Citi's equities IT has disappeared
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The popular MD who upgraded Citi's equities IT has disappeared

16 Apr 2024
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Goldman Sachs' results: Fewer people, higher profits, higher pay
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Goldman Sachs' results: Fewer people, higher profits, higher pay

15 Apr 2024
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Citi's 7,000 laid off staff were paid an average of $214k each
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Citi's 7,000 laid off staff were paid an average of $214k each

12 Apr 2024
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