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Deputy editor – investing, Risk.net

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    New York, États-Unis
  • Contrat type

    CDI
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Deputy editor – investing, Risk.net

Reports to: Editor – Investing desk

Office: London or New York

Salary: Competitive, dependent on experience

The brand

Risk.net is among the most respected sources of in-depth news and analysis on financial markets and investing, risk management and regulation. Our content is widely read by senior figures in the financial industry and by regulators and policymakers worldwide. We aim to produce distinctive and impactful articles, and we give our journalists the time and resources necessary to work their stories.

The position

Risk.net is seeking an experienced financial journalist to join its 30-strong team of reporters and editors as deputy editor within our Investing team. The team covers hedge funds, asset managers, insurers, pension funds and other buy-side entities.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated the ability to produce in-depth stories about complex, often structural, influences in financial markets. Candidates should enjoy digging into the topics that interest them, and spending time and energy getting to grips with the complexities of new areas.

In addition to their own reporting and writing, the deputy editor will work with other journalists on the team to come up with ideas and report stories. The deputy editor will also assist with some copy editing.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Finding, reporting and writing in-depth features that take original angles on issues of consequence to investment professionals.
  • Contributing exclusive news articles and fresh comment pieces, interviews and profiles that differentiate our coverage from other outlets.
  • Helping set short- and long-term priorities in our coverage.
  • Assigning stories to journalists.
  • Supervising and supporting journalists throughout their reporting (in some cases, this may mean joining them in calls and meetings, not just advising them on questions and angles).
  • Editing some stories when filed. (Risk.net has a separate editing pool, so desk-based editors are often only required to ‘taste’ the copy and submit to the pool, rather than edit from top-to-toe).
  • Adhering to the highest standards of journalistic ethics and integrity.
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Deputy editor – investing, Risk.net

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  • Lieu

    Londres, Royaume-Uni
  • Contrat type

    CDI
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Deputy editor – investing, Risk.net

Reports to: Editor – Investing desk

Office: London or New York

Salary: Competitive, dependent on experience

The brand

Risk.net is among the most respected sources of in-depth news and analysis on financial markets and investing, risk management and regulation. Our content is widely read by senior figures in the financial industry and by regulators and policymakers worldwide. We aim to produce distinctive and impactful articles, and we give our journalists the time and resources necessary to work their stories.

The position

Risk.net is seeking an experienced financial journalist to join its 30-strong team of reporters and editors as deputy editor within our Investing team. The team covers hedge funds, asset managers, insurers, pension funds and other buy-side entities.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated the ability to produce in-depth stories about complex, often structural, influences in financial markets. Candidates should enjoy digging into the topics that interest them, and spending time and energy getting to grips with the complexities of new areas.

In addition to their own reporting and writing, the deputy editor will work with other journalists on the team to come up with ideas and report stories. The deputy editor will also assist with some copy editing.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Finding, reporting and writing in-depth features that take original angles on issues of consequence to investment professionals.
  • Contributing exclusive news articles and fresh comment pieces, interviews and profiles that differentiate our coverage from other outlets.
  • Helping set short- and long-term priorities in our coverage.
  • Assigning stories to journalists.
  • Supervising and supporting journalists throughout their reporting (in some cases, this may mean joining them in calls and meetings, not just advising them on questions and angles).
  • Editing some stories when filed. (Risk.net has a separate editing pool, so desk-based editors are often only required to ‘taste’ the copy and submit to the pool, rather than edit from top-to-toe).
  • Adhering to the highest standards of journalistic ethics and integrity.