Phillip Tutt is International Digital Managing Editor for CNBC International,overseeing the editorial output of CNBC's digital teams in London and Singapore. Phillip joined CNBC from the Associated Press, where he was Europe Business Editor, based in London. Previously, he worked as Companies News Editor for FT.com, the Financial Times' website. Phillip graduated from Aston University with a BSc Hons in Management and Administrative Studies.
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