Henry E. Teitelbaum is an international financial journalist with more than 25 years’ experience writing about financial markets, products and investments. Working first in the US at NBC News and Dow Jones Newswires, he has completed successful foreign assignments in France and around Europe, and has been based in the UK since 1999. Along the way, Henry has developed award-winning spot and investigative news coverage of global fixed-income, derivative, equity, currency, commodity, energy and property markets. He has also written extensively about corporate finance, M&A, asset management and the hedge fund industry. He currently works with investment firms in London.
The opinions expressed in his blog are entirely his own.
Henry has followed the development of the U.K.‘s Private Finance Initiative and the subsequent adoption of the Public Private Partnership model around Europe, in developing countries and in the US for more than 10 years, writing feature articles and commentary for Dow Jones Newswires, The Wall Street Journal, Institutional Investor, and Global Investor magazine. Following the near-collapse of the global financial system in 2008, he conceived, proposed, edited and largely authored an in-depth PFI Market Intelligence Report entitled, PPP: Challenge and Opportunity After the Financial Crisis, which was published by Reuters in September 2009 . The ground breaking report, which covers the impact of the global financial crisis on PPP programs in key developed and emerging economies around the world, is the culmination of the author’s long-standing desire to help improve the processes involved in delivering public sector infrastructure for the benefit of society. His commentary on PPP has since appeared in Global Pensions magazine, BusinessGreen, American Banker, Infrastructure Journal, Ecosystem Marketplace, EMEA Finance and other publications.
Henry is fluent in Italian as well as French, having spent his secondary school years living in Rome. He received a BA in English Literature in 1981 from Oberlin College in Ohio and has since completed course work towards a Masters in Economics at Pace University in New York City and holds a Certificate in Digital marketing from Squared Online. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Northwest London.
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The home page displays a series of PPP/PFI projects that have been recently delivered or renovated near where the author lives in Kilburn, Northwest London.
Clockwise from the top left: Kilburn Station on the Jubilee Line, two views of the Willesden Sports Centre, Capital City Academy, Willesden Centre for Health & Care