As Benzinga gears up for the biggest gathering of fintech executives and visionaries on Nov. 19 in New York City, the Benzinga Events team is highlighting the official listmakers who are being recognized at the fifth annual Benzinga Global Fintech Awards.
Benzinga is proud to announce Gregory Zuckerman, author of "The Man Who Solved The Market" and special writer at The Wall Street Journal, as a 2019 Fintech Listmaker.
Want to learn more about the new and improved Benzinga Fintech Awards? Check out the details here.
Zuckerman is a long-time writer and recipient of numerous accolades, like the Gerald Loeb award. He joined Wall Street Journal in 1996, where he wrote about financial services, investing and business topics.
Zuckerman is best known for the stories he broke; in 2012, he wrote about nefarious trades conducted by a J.P. Morgan trader nicknamed the “London Whale," in addition to revealing the discord between Bill Gross and colleagues at the bond firm Pimco.
Presently, Zuckerman appears on popular business television and radio networks.
For the chance to rub shoulders with Gregory and other influential leaders in the space, be sure to grab tickets here before it’s too late.
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