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Reporter – Financial Services – London – £25-35,000

My client reports on the global insurance industry, they focus on how companies manage risk, looking at topics related to the risk insurance companies face in relation to geopolitical events and the investments they make, as well as the role of regulation and policy. This is a role that would suit someone who is naturally curious, is good and finding out information, and enjoys a mix of producing short news pieces and longer, more in-depth articles. You will need to have prior experience reporting on the financial services sector, either through work experience, an internship and also some form of journalism training.


Reporter – Finance and Energy – London – £25-35,000

This is a great role for either someone looking to start their career as a financial and business journalist or someone looking for their second job. My client reports on the energy and renewables infrastructure sector, they follow new projects and acquisitions, reporting on these for an investor audience, as well as writing about new technology coming to the market. As a reporter you will speak to market contacts to find out about any new projects being planned, and also find out about any mergers or acquisitions, this is the primary role and writing about new technology is a secondary but important element of the job.  my client is looking for someone who is naturally curious, enjoys talking to people and finding out information, You will need to have some degree of training in how to write news and features, either through work experience, an internships and/or formal education.


Bond Market Reporter – London – £50-65,000 + Bonus

This is a great opportunity to join a growing business that reports on the commercial bonds and loans markets, as a reporter you will be looking at any new issues and speaking to investors to gain insight in to how the market views these investment opportunities. Also, you will be producing comment and analysis pieces on the general direction of the market and providing insight for subscribers that filers into more macro issues. This is a role that will suit someone who has experience writing about any traded market but knowledge of the debt capital markets would be beneficial, however, my client does offer structured training.


Managing Editor – Energy Infrastructure – London – £75,000 + Bonus

My client is a provider of news and intelligence on the energy infrastructure industry, producing a mix of deal news and also analysis of new technology and developments for an investor audience. They are looking for a senior editor to run their editorial, grow their team of reporters and analysts and also set the editorial agenda. Because this product is aimed at an investor audience there is an emphasis on breaking news and new projects coming to market, as well as covering any acquisitions of current energy infrastructure. Experience both running a team and reporting on deals is important, also the ability to mentor staff and help develop their off-diary news skills. The nature of the market means the product looks mainly at the renewables sector, as this is the biggest growth area in the European energy infrastructure market, and although they focus on the deals side they also report on new technology and developments. This role would suit an experienced financial markets journalist, with solid management skills and knowledge of the energy, M&A or infrastructure markets.


Reporter – Distressed US Companies – New York – $80-120,000 + bonus

My client is a financial newswire, which provides breaking news and market-moving intelligence for hedge funds, investment banks and law firms. Their reporters cover some of the most interesting and diverse deals in the markets at the moment, looking into companies who are struggling with large debt obligations and seeking to provide clarity for investors on these situations.
They are looking for a reporter with solid experience of contact-driven, real-time financial news reporting to join their US Credit team. You will be based in their New York office, covering major US restructuring and bankruptcy cases as well as other important debt transactions of US companies.
You will work closely with a team of experienced journalists and financial analysts to produce comprehensive, up-to-the-minute coverage of the US high yield and distressed debt markets for an international specialist audience.
The successful candidate will be rewarded with a good salary, generous bonus scheme and the opportunity to work with a highly skilled team in a collegial environment.

Editor/Senior Analyst – Finance and Investment – London – £75,000 + bonus

My client is a independent research company that produces data and intelligence for the financial services industry. They have a team of researchers and analysist who produce a range of reports on the latest industry developments for asset allocators, fund selectors, investor relations professionals and ESG specialists. This is a role for an experience analyst/editor with an in-depth understanding of topics that are both current and impact on investment decisions withing the financial services industry. You will be responsible for editing reports, ensuring the ideas are articulated in a clear and concise manner, check the accuracy of all the content and also coach team members on how to improve their writing skills and help with idea generation. So, if you have experience editing complex financial copy and helping to develop junior members of a team, then this role could be perfect. You will be joining a company that is constantly growing and developing and that offers good promotional opportunities.


Special Reports Editor – London – £50,000

This is a hugely varied role for a financial journalist with a good understanding of how the investment funds markets work. You will be responsible for producing sponsored reports on a range of topics covering areas like investment trends, new markets, operational challenges, and regulation. You will be working in the special reports division of a multi-national publishing company, and what makes this job different from other content roles is that all the reports have total editorial independence, the client selects the topic but does not have oversite on the rest of the process. This is a great role for someone who likes a combination of researching topics, coming up with ideas, as well as speaking to people in the industry and likes a mix of writing, commissioning and editing. You will be joining a company that has been growing, both through acquisition and new product launches, as well as being hugely innovative, so they are always open to people with ideas.


Editor – ESG – London – £60-70,000

My client is a growing publisher in this fascinating field, they are looking for an experienced editor as part of their expansion programme. The role involves managing all the day-to-day elements on the online publication, controlling and curating the flow of news and features, along with contributing copy. This is very much a hands on role, but you will have a team of two reporters and a lot of the news tends to be more news analysis than pure breaking news, also the topic lends itself to more long form. As editor you will be key to the ongoing success of the publication, setting the editorial agenda and ensuring the quality of stories. This is a really exciting time to be joining the company, with new investment and solid growth plans you will be part of a business that has a great future. My client is looking for someone with solid editorial skills, a good understanding of the investment and regulatory framework in Europe and a desire to take ownership and help develop the publication.


Editor – DCM – £60-70,000 + Bonus

This is a great opportunity to join a highly professional organisation and help shape stories from their team of journalists. As a line editor you will be responsible for working with journalists, financial and legal analysts on headlines and angles for articles to ensure stories are consistent with my clients style and content. You will need to be either a senior journalist or editor with experience working on stories about the capital markets across Europe. You will be joining an established company with offices in London, New York and Hong Kong that offers good pay and promotional prospects


Senior Copy Editor – Finance – £60-70,000 + Bonus

My client is a specialist provider of news and analysis on deals within the capital markets, they have a team of reporters producing high quality, source driven stories on major deals on a daily basis. The role involves copy editing stories, for style, grammar and other errors as well as co-ordinating with the other copy editors to ensure the service always has editorial coverage. You will be joining a highly respected organisation and work with some excellent journalists and editors. This is a role that would suit an experienced copy/sub editor who is familiar with working on detailed financial stories for a niche market. This is not a job that requires shift work but as the senior copy editor it will be your responsibility to oversee coverage and co-ordinate as necessary.


Editorial/Market Data Production Assistant – Energy Markets – London £30-40,000

My client is a commodities brokerage firm, they are looking for an all-rounder to help in the production of their energy markets newsletters and market data services. Their newsletters provide clarity to their clients on wholesale prices and market sentiment, while their market data services are widely used by thousands of energy professionals – including energy end-users, traders and consultants. In this role you will support the market data and editorial team with various tasks, including gathering and checking prices from internal sources, formatting reports, and helping create and maintain a suite of market data products. In addition to the data element of the role you will also contribute to the market commentary from time to time. This is role where you will get involved in all aspects of market data/newsletter production, so you may also find yourself handling some client enquiries. This is a great opportunity for a detail orientated individual to take on a varied role, build a deep understanding of the energy markets, develop their writing skills and make a meaningful contribution to my client’s market data business.


ESG Reporter – London – £40-45,000

This is a great opportunity for an experienced financial journalist to join a highly respected publication in a growing company. The publication you will be joining reports on all aspects of the growing ESG market, covering areas like regulation, compliance, deals, trends and analysis. As a senior reporter you will be producing a mix of news and analysis on new developments, looking at how funds and banks are negotiating the labyrinth of rules in order to comply with what is becoming the fastest growing area of finance and investment. So if you are interested in this fast evolving sector and have experience covering funds, capital markets or any other form of investments then this role could be ideal


Reporter – Financial Services – London £45,000

If you are a reporter with experience covering finance then this is an opportunity to write about the challenges and changes facing the industry as a whole. My client is looking for an experienced journalist to produce a mixture of news and features on the financial services industry; covering banks, asset management, hedge funds, insurers and pension companies, looking at issues like M&A, how new rules and regulations are impacting on companies, along with trends and also more macro topics like key people moves. So if you are looking for a role that will give you the opportunity to cover a broad spectrum of topics related to the financial services sector then this could be the ideal role for you.


Reporter – Distressed Companies EMEA – London – £50-80,000 + Bonus

My client is a financial newswire, which provides breaking news and market-moving intelligence for hedge funds, investment banks and law firms. Their reporters cover some of the most interesting and diverse deals in the markets at the moment, looking into companies who are struggling with large debt obligations and seeking to provide clarity for investors on these situations.
They are looking for a reporter with solid experience of contact-driven, real-time financial news reporting to join their European Credit team. You will be based in their London office, covering major European restructuring and bankruptcy cases as well as other important debt transactions of large European corporates.
You will work closely with a team of experienced journalists and financial analysts to produce comprehensive, up-to-the-minute coverage of the European high yield and distressed debt markets for an international specialist audience.
The successful candidate will be rewarded with a good salary, generous bonus scheme and the opportunity to work with a highly skilled team in a collegial environment.

M&A Reporter – Finance – London – £35-45,000

This is a role that would suit an outgoing financial journalist who enjoys breaking news and wants to work for a market leading publication. My client is looking for a journalist to break news on mergers and acquisitions, this involves developing sources at banks, law firms and amongst senior executives in companies in order to find out which businesses are looking to make acquisitions, and which are looking to sell. This is a really interesting and fast-moving beat, covering a sector of business that is at the forefront of innovation. You will be joining a publication that has a solid reputation for producing high quality news and analysis, so if you want to move away from writing stories from press releases or aggregated sources and want to focus more on only producing a few high quality, market moving stories a week then this could be perfect.


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