Claudia Parsons is returning to Reuters as spot enterprise editor.
She will start on Monday.
Parsons left Reuters in 2013 and has since been international editor at Newsweek and Wealth of Nations editor for the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
She was previously a top news editor and deputy enterprise editor at Reuters. She joined Reuters as a graduate trainee in London in 1997 and worked in Spain, Italy, Turkey, Iraq and the United States during her 16 years with Reuters.
Her reporting covered subjects ranging from the Monaco Grand Prix to the war in Afghanistan, the Oscars to the U.S. presidential elections.
As deputy enterprise editor in 2011, she helped launch investigative reporting at Reuters. Among her editing credits are a story on shell companies that won several awards including a Loeb, and a major multimedia package on frontier markets that won a SABEW award.
Parsons was born in Scotland and holds a bachelor’s degree in classics and modern languages from Oxford University.