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Ben Bschor

Managing Editor — Euromoney
Covers:  banking regulation, Basel III, capital requirements, Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive, BRRD, strategy, m&a, deals, financing, operators, regulation, telecoms
Doesn't Cover: apps, price plans, handsets, anything consumer related

Managing Editor at Euromoney Institutional Investor Thought Leadership. Yo-yo thrower outside work. Views my own.

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I am an experienced b2b financial journalist, editor and conference organiser with a particular focus on global regulation, strategy, financing and M&A.

In July 2014 I joined Euromoney to work on the launch of a new publication for participants in the bank regulatory capital markets. Reg Cap...

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@BenBschor — 228 followers, 297 tweets

@myairlease What's the impact of incoming accounting standard #IFRS16 on global #aircraft leasing? We surveyed 380+ experts #aviationfinance #airlines
43% of investors say #airline funding costs will go up in light of of #IFRS16 - just one of many ways the new accounting standard will impact airlines. @IATA #IATA #aviationfinance
@JohnLStrickland #IFRS16 will put $325bn worth of #aircraft operating leases on #airlines' balance sheets. 90% of airlines think aircraft leases will need to be renegotiated.
#airlines risk that the introduction of #IFRS16 in 2019 may result in covenant breaches. Even if the risk is low, they need to comb through often hundreds of contracts to be sure. AF-KLM is just one example #aviation #aircraft #aviationfinance
#airlines risk that the introduction of #IFRS16 in 2019 may result in covenant breaches. Even if the risk is low, that means combing through often hundreds of existing contracts to be sure. #aircraft #aviationfinance
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What was your first job as a journalist?

I trained at a Bavarian radio station. Coming from Berlin I probably got the job because I speak German without Bavarian accent (no offense).

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes, to design gift wrap.

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

Short emails that don't begin with "embargoed", "breaking news", or "exclusive". Include a phone number (apparently that's not a given).