Mergermarket, M&A Consumer and Retail Correspondent
Mergermarket, a market-leading global financial business intelligence service, is looking for a full-time journalist to cover the Consumer and Retail sectors from its London office.
The candidate will work within Mergermarket’s editorial equities division and help cover mergers and acquisitions (M&A) of consumer and retail companies.
The role involves interviewing senior executives and other sources on corporate growth strategies, with a focus on M&A and financing, both in private and public markets.
It will also require developing a network of sources in the financial and investment industry to enable breaking news on auction processes and live public deals.
The reporter will need impeccable writing skills and have the ability to produce a steady flow of copy under tight deadlines. Aside from being able to comfortably report in English, fluency in another language will also be an advantage.
The ideal candidate will have some experience working as a business reporter, be educated to degree level or have equivalent experience and arrive with a self-starter attitude and ambitions to become a leading investigative journalist.
If you are interested in this position, please click 'Apply' now. Please ensure your CV and cover letter are attached.
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