Risk Management Journalist | Media professions

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The risk management rapporteur will share responsibility for Risk.net’s coverage of topics ranging from cyber-hacking to money laundering, and rogue traders to governance failures at board level.

The ideal candidate will be passionate and knowledgeable about finance and technology, with a knack for bringing complex topics to life and the ability to combine the best elements of traditional business and finance journalism to produce must-read stories that stand out from the crowd. . They must also be adept at posting breaking news and writing in-depth, in-depth articles. A proven ability to build and maintain strong relationships with sources is a must.

Risk.net covers financial products, institutions and markets. The Risk Management Office is at the heart of this effort, with a mission that covers risks arising from financial markets, credit and operations worldwide.

The publication

Risk.net is a rare beast: a financial industry publication that thrives on long-running investigative journalism. Our readers represent the entire market, and our reports reflect that – we speak to the banks and asset managers, the technology and infrastructure companies that connect them, and the regulators and supervisors that oversee them. It’s a great strength, allowing us to piece together complex stories from multiple perspectives and points of view.

Risk.net has a collegial style – our team of 35 journalists and editors, spread across five newsrooms and three offices, actively collaborate on projects and pool ideas and contacts. We give our journalists the time and resources to produce great stories. Standards are high, but so is management support.

Risk.net is owned by Infopro Digital, a global publishing and events company with more than 4,000 employees in 17 countries and annual revenue of over half a billion dollars. Infopro Digital’s financial services unit, known as Risk Global, is a 300-person organization with offices in London, Hong Kong, New York and Nashville.

Responsibilities

  • Be part of a team covering risk management in the financial sector
  • Cultivate industry sources to generate a steady stream of new leads
  • Contribute to news, profiles and feature articles to Risk.net
  • Collaborate with reporters and editors from our five newsrooms and three international bureaus

Terms

  • The role would suit an early career journalist with experience writing about finance, law or technology
  • Knowledge of the financial sector and its main players, an asset.
  • Impeccable writing skills and a talent for explaining complex topics in simple English. An ability to write with flair and, where applicable, a sense of humor would be a plus!
  • A keen eye for detail and nuance.
  • A willingness to learn about a wide range of financial topics.

Advantages

We know great people make great companies. Infopro Digital is defined by people and passion, and powered by knowledge and innovation. Everything we do is centered on trust, integrity and respect. Our collaborative approach stimulates creativity in our markets; and our focus on giving teams ownership allows us to build an entrepreneurial culture where our people and our brands can thrive and grow.

We run a foundation which supports a number of charities. Staff can volunteer to contribute their skills and expertise to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.

In addition to a competitive salary, we offer the following benefits:

  • Flexible and hybrid work based on employee needs.
  • 25 days of annual leave (up to 30 days)
  • Group Personal Pension Plan
  • Life insurance
  • Interest-Free Subscription Loan (STL)
  • Private medical insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Bonus employee recognition
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Monthly chair massage on site
  • Eye care vouchers
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Agile/remote work
  • Supplemental life insurance
  • Bike to work
  • Buy a vacation
  • Dental insurance
  • Add Partner to Gym Membership
  • Health cash scheme
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