Reporter, American Banker - DC

Recruiter
SourceMedia
Location
Washington D.C.
Salary
TBD
Posted
02 Jul 2019
Closes
02 Aug 2019
Ref
2019-1197
Industry
Journalist
Job Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

American Banker is a part of the SourceMedia publication. SourceMedia provides market information, including news, analysis, and insight to the financial services and related industries such as accounting and technology, through its publications, industry-standard data applications, seminars and conferences.

Responsibilities:

American Banker has an immediate opening for an enterprising and self-starting reporter in its Washington D.C. bureau covering financial and legislative regulatory policy for banks and fintech firms.

The D.C. bureau covers the intersection of the government and the financial services industry, with particular focus to Dodd-Frank reform, the Federal Reserve and other banking agencies, and the mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Qualifications:

  • Eligible candidates will have at least five years of daily news reporting experience covering the government and business policy. 
  • Essential skills include an ability to generate unique story ideas and provocative analysis for a sophisticated banking audience, write clearly on deadline and cooperate closely with editors and other colleagues in a fast-paced newsroom.


We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. Our extensive offerings include medical, dental, and vision coverage; disability and life insurance; paid time off; a 401(k) plan; a pre-tax transportation payment program; and subsidized health club membership.

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