Tracy Alloway, an Executive Editor at Bloomberg, is currently based in Hong Kong and plays a crucial role in shaping the newsroom’s editorial coverage for the Asia region. In addition to her editorial responsibilities, Alloway co-anchors “Bloomberg Daybreak Middle East” and hosts the popular weekly finance and markets podcast called “Odd Lots.”
Recognized as a sought-after moderator, Alloway has moderated esteemed events like Milken’s Global Conference and the CME’s Global Financial Leadership Conference. She has conducted interviews with prominent figures including hedge fund founder Michael Hintze, billionaire investor Tom Barrack, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, BP CEO Bob Dudley, entrepreneurs Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, and many others.
During her time in Abu Dhabi, Alloway covered significant breaking news on-air, including the appointment of Mohamed bin Salman as Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, the Gulf rift involving Qatar and its neighboring countries, and OPEC’s recent production cut agreement.
Her interviews in the Middle East featured influential personalities such as Mubadala CEO Khaldoon Al-Mubarak, Adnoc CEO Sultan Al-Jaber, Emaar founder Alabbar, billionaire Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair, DP World Chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Suleyem, and several oil ministers.
Alloway’s earlier experience includes serving as a U.S. financial correspondent for the Financial Times, where she garnered a reputation for insightful and innovative coverage of Wall Street, credit markets, and financial technology. She also held the position of deputy editor at FT Alphaville, the Financial Times’ renowned finance and markets blog, where she provided comprehensive coverage of significant market events, including the Lehman Brothers collapse and the development of the eurozone debt crisis.
She holds a B.Sc. in International Relations from the London School of Economics and a postgraduate degree in periodical journalism from the University of Westminster. With her extensive background and expertise, Tracy Alloway continues to contribute significantly to Bloomberg’s editorial excellence.