Greg Wright is an award-winning journalist who has worked for daily and weekly newspapers, regional magazines, the UK's national news agency and a pioneering news website which earned a place in The Guinness Book of Records.
He has won 15 business journalism awards and is ranked at 158 in Richtopia's list of the top 250 business journalists in the world. In 2010, he was voted the Yorkshire Society's media personality of the year.
Kevin Hollinrake MP, the co-chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fair Business Banking, described him as "one of a small number of journalists who have continually highlighted banking scandals and the need for truth and redress".
His role as The Yorkshire Post's deputy business editor has given him the opportunity to chair a wide range of political debates and business seminars with celebrities including Sir Clive Woodward.
He has interviewed the likes of Bob Geldof, George Osborne, Gordon Brown, John Smith and John Prescott. He was one of the first journalists to write about the "Calendar Girls" of Rylstone WI, a story which inspired a major film.
He has played a major role in developing The Yorkshire Post's award-winning content, and establishing our Excellence in Business Awards and Fastest 50 awards.
He has appeared on Sky News and the BBC news channel to discuss business-related topics. He has also been interviewed on talkRadio about the loan charge scandal.