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Stephanie Baxter is a financial journalist at Rhotic Media, and former deputy editor of Professional Pensions.
She joined Professional Pensions as chief correspondent in July 2014 before being promoted to news editor in 2016, and then deputy editor in 2017, before leaving the publication in 2019. In 2020, she joined Rhotic Media.
Stephanie has written across a range of pension topics including fund management, defined benefit scheme funding, local government pensions, and regulation.
Stephanie has been a financial journalist for eight years.
She joined Professional Pensions from her role as online editor at Global Investor/ISF, a Euromoney-owned title covering the asset servicing, asset management and securities finance sectors.
Stephanie was awarded Journalist of the Year (Pensions) at the State Street UK Institutional Press Awards 2017.
She was shortlisted as Journalist of the Year at the 2015 Incisive Media Awards, and was also shortlisted as Investor Services & Technology Journalist of the Year in the 2013 State Street UK Institutional Press Awards.
Outside of pensions, Stephanie enjoys running, going to the theatre, ballet and music gigs.
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