Leyla Boulton

Development Editor & Senior Editor

FT Live & Financial Times

Leyla Boulton is Development Editor, FT Live, and a senior editor at the Financial Times.  Previously, she was editor of FT special reports and an executive editor. She joined the FT as a correspondent in Moscow in 1990.

She studied Russian at Cambridge university, before gaining an MA in international journalism at London’s City university.

In 1992 she was part of the team that won a UK press award for the Financial Times’ investigation into Robert Maxwell. A US-UK national of Turkish origin, Leyla was highly commended in the Asian Women of Achievement awards UK 2019 for championing diversity and digital transformation.

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A fantastic way to kick off our programme of events for 2023!

Thanks to everyone who attended our State of The (Dis)Union Smart Briefing at MediaCom this morning where we discussed all things Davos. Key take outs to follow #StateOfTheDisunion #SmartBriefing #WMG

Not going to the World Economic Forum? You can still feel like a Davos insider. Returning from the summit, our panel of top journalists are poised to tell you everything you need to know about this year’s event! Last chance to book!

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The 2023 World Media Awards are now open for entries! The only truly global awards designed to celebrate the very best in cross-platform, cross-border, content-led advertising.

For full details on how to enter, categories etc, go to;

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