Smithfield brings in Financial News' Matthew Attwood

Corporate and financial agency Smithfield has hired Financial News’ investment banking editor Matthew Attwood as an associate director.

Attwood, who is a regular contributor to Dow Jones Newswires and the Wall Street Journal, will join the agency in January 2014.

Previously he was assistant editor at International Financing Review, specialising in fixed income, and has also worked at Euroweek.

John Kiely, managing director of Smithfield, commented:  "Matt has enjoyed an extremely successful career in financial journalism and he will bring insight and perspective that will be valuable to our business. His expertise in capital markets is highly complementary to our offering and the areas where we are looking to grow. We are entering 2014 in a strong position and I am confident that Matt will help us build on the momentum in the business."

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