Sebastian Borger is a graduate of the Hamburg School of Journalism ‘Henri Nannen’ and the London School of Economics (BSC Econ in International Relations). He worked as a crime reporter for Abendzeitung in Munich before joining Der Spiegel, the biggest news magazine in Europe. Since moving to London, Borger has reported on British and Irish politics and business as well as European and international politics for leading German-speaking media, including Cicero (Berlin) and Spiegel Online (Hamburg), Der Standard (Vienna) and Basler Zeitung (Switzerland). He is a regular pundit on the BBC World Service and the author of Verzockt – Kweku Adoboli und die UBS, published in 2013.
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