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Stefania Palma writes about the Department of Justice, financial regulators, the Supreme Court and all matters enforcement in the US. She was previously based in Singapore, where she covered the city-state, Malaysia and Indonesia. Stefania is part of the investigations team that uncovered a multi-billion dollar fraud at German payments company Wirecard.
Before joining the FT, she was Asia editor at The Banker magazine, covering economics and finance across the region. She studied at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of Oxford and Peking University.