About MSN Money
Make it. Save it. Spend it.
Welcome to MSN Money. MSN Money is one of the most popular financial websites in the UK, with independent figures suggesting the site receives well over 1.3 million visitors a month. Our mission is simple: to help you make more money, save more money and spend your money wisely.
As well as all the news and guides you would expect from a leading financial website, we have innovative tools and calculators to help you make well-informed personal finance decisions from your own home. Our price comparison service MSN Compare provides best buy and comparison services for credit cards, mortgages, bank accounts, loans, insurance and more.
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Meet the MSN Money Team
Simon Ward, Senior Editor
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Simon rejoined MSN Money in December 2009, having previously worked as an editor on the channel from 2002 to 2004. Since then, he's managed Orange's money channel and written for a host of finance magazines and websites.
Most luxurious purchase: "My car - although it's not exactly luxurious"
Dream job: "Drummer for The Rolling Stones"
Damian Clarkson, Editor
Damian is one of the content editors on MSN Money. He takes care of the day-to-day running of the site along with Stephen, editing and writing articles and setting the news agenda. He has held a number of editorial positions in the last six years, ranging from an IT journalist in Johannesburg to a personal finance editor in London.
Most luxurious purchase: "None. All my purchases have practical value."
Dream Job: "Billionaire gardener"
Stephen Jones, Editor
Stephen works alongside Damian, keeping an eye on the day-to-day running of MSN Money's editorial content as well as writing for the site. Joining MSN Money in January 2011 from a reporting role at Confused.com, his journalistic career thus far has seen him living in Leeds, Cardiff and now London.
Most luxurious purchase: "My next guitar"
Dream job: "Centre forward/club legend at Leyton Orient FC"
Kirsten Morgan, Web Producer
Kirsten joined MSN Money in March 2011. She looks after the technical production of the site, overseeing a variety of written, visual, audio and video content. She previously worked in web production at guardian.co.uk.
Most luxurious purchase: "My digital SLR"
Dream job: "Sommelier"
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