Andrew Hill is an Associate Editor and Management Editor of the Financial Times. He writes a weekly column on global business, strategy and management.
Andrew was City Editor of the FT and editor of the daily Lombard column on British business and finance from September 2006 to December 2010. Since joining the FT in 1988, he has also worked as Financial Editor, Comment & Analysis Editor, New York Bureau Chief, Foreign News Editor, and correspondent in Brussels and Milan.
He was named Best Commentator at the 2009 Business Journalist of the Year Awards, where he also received the Decade of Excellence award for sustained achievement in business and financial journalism.
Andrew launched and helps run the FT’s Business Book of the Year Award and headed the editorial team behind the FT Women at the Top initiative.
Andrew is a member of the development board of the Arvon Foundation, a governor of Aboyne Lodge School, St Albans, and deputy chair of the University of Cambridge Alumni Communications Group. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce (RSA) and a Companion of the Guild of St George, the charitable trust founded by John Ruskin.
He graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1987 with a first-class degree in English.