PaRR, Regulatory Reporter
PaRR, a global news service used by lawyers, regulators and companies to keep track of developments in competition law, is looking for a reporter based in London to report on mergers, antitrust investigations and policy issues. PaRR is part of Acuris.
We are looking for a driven, creative individual who is capable of working independently and with colleagues across the globe. The ideal candidate will be a keen and enthusiastic self-starter, with experience of reporting in a fast-paced newsroom or wire agency.
Language skills and a background in law/EU affairs are advantageous, but not essential.
The successful candidate will need to generate off-diary stories on a range complex topics. The job requires collaboration with colleagues based in bureaus around the world and close cooperation with staff in London and Brussels.
Occasional international travel is required.
Acuris powers business growth for financial and professional services firms worldwide. Through events and subscription-based digital services, we provide unique, high-value content that helps our customers to make the best decisions based on the strongest evidence.
Our sector specialists and expert analysts interpret data and intelligence to extract new insights that create business opportunities for our customers. We’re trusted by many of the world’s principal advisory firms, investment banks, law firms, hedge funds, private equity firms and corporates, who rely our brands to help them understand specialist markets and find ideas for business development.
Founded in 2000, we’re a growing family of information brands united by common characteristics: sector expertise, analytical skill, proprietary data and solutions that are packaged for maximum value. You’ll find our 1,000 staff, including 600 specialist journalists and analysts, in 67 locations around the world.
If you are interested in this position, please click ‘Apply’ now. Please ensure that your CV and cover letter are attached.
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