Synne Johnsson is a Norwegian journalist based in London, working as a private credit reporter at 9fin, focusing on the Nordic market. In her role at 9fin, Synne writes breaking news on the private credit market, using an investigative approach, as well as writing in-depth analysis pieces on the market.

Since graduating from her international relations MA at Queen Mary University of London in 2019, Synne has covered the real estate and private credit markets across Europe, breaking several major stories such as Blackstone's sale of a €600m Finnish residential portfolio and Apollo's £850m financing of the Whiteleys shopping centre redevelopment.

Prior to her role at 9fin, she was a real estate reporter for React News, covering the retail real estate market, while also leading the publication's Nordic coverage. Before that, she was the UK & Ireland real estate reporter at Debtwire. She also has experience as a communications assistant for one of Norway's leading shipping companies Odfjell SE and as a feature writer for Scan Magazine. 

She has a BA in journalism and creative writing from Kingston University where she was the sports editor for the university's newspaper The River.

Interests include politics, fashion and as a lover of wine, she has also completed the WSET Level 3 qualification in wine. She is also an amateur powerlifter.

In addition to her journalism, Synne writes fiction and poetry and has been published in The Stinging Fly and Acumen, where her poem "Up the Ladder" was poem of the month in November 2020.

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