Greenbrook hires Sunday Times journo

Business Reporter Matthew Goodman, who has worked the private equity beat at The Sunday Times for thirteen years, is to join the senior team at Greenbrook Communications.

Matthew, who will join Greenbrook as a Consultant, has worked in journalism for twenty years, and has spent the last thirteen at The Sunday Times writing on a broad range of issues with a focus on the private equity, leisure and pharmaceutical sectors.

“We are delighted that one of the UK’s most established business reporters has decided to join the firm and we look forward to welcoming him to the team”, said Andrew Honnor, Managing Partner. “I am sure that his experience as a business journalist over many years will be of great benefit to our clients.”

Today’s news follows the recent appointments of David Trenchard, current Vice-Chairman of investment firm Knight Vinke, as an Advisor to the firm and Alex Jones, former Preqin private equity specialist, as a Consultant.

Matthew’s details are yet to be announced.

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