Alice Ross

Alice Ross has been a Financial Times journalist for more than a decade and has spent years writing on topics from personal investment to corporate activity to market movements. She has long had an interest in green and sustainable investing. Her roles at the FT have included deputy editor of the Weekend Money section, FT Wealth editor and Frankfurt Bureau Chief. She is currently editor of a new FT newsletter called Trade Secrets, which examines issues affecting globalisation – including climate change. Her first book, Investing to Save the Planet, will be published by Penguin Business in 2020.

Alice has a degree in philosophy from Cambridge University and an MA in European Thought from University College London. She lives in London with her two children.