WSJ Overhauls Money and Investing Team

A lot of new roles.

The Wall Street Journal has made a bunch of changes to its Money & Investing team. Details are below.

  • David Enrich will oversee a new financial enterprise team. He previously served as European banking editor.
  • Anupreeta Das, who most recently covered Warren Buffett and his company Berkshire Hathaway, will join Enrich’s team. Das will continue to cover this beat, while adding Wall Street and the presidential race to her duties.
  • Kirsten Grind will also join Enrich’s team, covering the unregulated aspects of Wall Street.
  • Serena Ng— a winner of two Gerald Loeb awards—will join Enrich’s team covering the business of Wall Street.
  • Aaron Lucchetti has been named editor of financial-technology coverage. He has been with the Journal for almost two decades.
  • Telis Demos has been named lead financial-technology reporter.
  • Peter Rudegeair, most recently working the bank earnings beat, will join Lucchetti’s team to cover banks and lenders.
  • Robin Sidel, who previously worked the credit card and payments beat, is adding financial cybersecurity to her duties.
  • Craig Karmin has been named currencies and commodities editor. He previously worked for The Hill.
  • Lydia Serota has been named stocks editor. She previously served as deputy editor of the real-time desk.
  • Marie Beaudette, who most recently led the Dow Jones bankruptcy team, has been named deputy deals editor.
  • Matt Jarzemsky has added private equity business to his current restructuring beat.
  • Maureen Farrell moves from MoneyBeat to initial public offerings coverage.
  • Sarah Krouse has been named an asset management reporter. She joined Dow Jones in London in 2011.
  • Daniel Huang has been named visuals reporter.