Kevin T. Dugan is a journalist. He is currently a Wall Street reporter for the New York Post.  He covers various topics related to finance , including the major banks, regulation, regulatory compliance, cryptocurrencies, and white-collar crime.
Early Life & Education
Dugan graduated from The New School with a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts. While there, he a staff writer and senior news editor for their newspaper, the New School Free Press. Since 2015, he has maintained a presence in his alma mater by working with undergraduate students in their Journalism + Design program to help them focus their reporting and writing skills.
Early Beginnings (2009-2010)
After graduating from college, Dugan moved to Lithuania to write for the Baltic Reports. He covered Lithuanian government, crime, and human interest stories. These included the 2009 flu pandemic, austerity measures, and the government's acknowledgement of a CIA black site outside Vilnius. His reporting on secret CIA prisons has been cited by Amnesty International reports.
Institutional Investor (2010-2012)
After that, Dugan worked for Institutional Investor. He covered pension funds, as well as the credit default swap markets in the US and Europe. He won multiple company awards for his reporting, including a "Story of the Year" award in 2010 on changes at the two largest U.S.. pension funds.
New York Post (2014-Present)
In April 2014, Kevin Dugan began writing for the New York Post. He writes about various topics in the financial world, including the major banks, regulation, enforcement, cryptocurrencies, and white-collar crime.