Abboud named Paris bureau chief for the FT

Leila Abboud

Leila Abboud has been named the Paris bureau chief for the Financial Times.

She replaces Victor Mallet.

Abboud has written about business in Europe for more than a decade. She has been covering luxury, consumer technology, and pharmaceutical companies from the Paris bureau.

She joined the Financial Times in 2018 as the consumer industries correspondent, after stints as an opinion columnist at Bloomberg, and as a reporter at Reuters and the Wall Street Journal.

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