S&P Global Reporter, US Insurance in Charlottesville, Virginia
Reporter, Financial Services & Insurance
The U.S. Financial Services and Insurance team covers the broad, exciting and dynamic world of financial news:*
our coverage spans asset managers, investment banking, trading markets, financial technology and insurers. Equifax's data breach? We're on it. The impacts of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria on insurance markets and consumers? Us again. Ongoing wrangling in Congress over the Affordable Care Act? If you guessed us you'd be correct. The ways automation and the internet are changing investing and consumer lending? We cover that, too.
Ours is the biggest, oldest team in the S&P Newsroom, with a dedicated readership that relies on our objective coverage of markets, deals and regulation. We are actively building out more in-depth news of insurance news our readers are eager for.
Put your writing and research skills to use as you develop a beat in the exciting insurance space
The opportunity to brainstorm and collaborate with colleagues around the globe daily
Learn about new topics across a broad spectrum of financial companies, every single day
Work with a team of smart journalists and editors who are passionate about the news
Develop the insurance beat in collaboration with fellow reporters and our colleagues in research
Write spot news coverage
Write feature-length and longform data-driven stories
Read through news releases, third-party reports and SEC filings
Cover conference calls with company executives
Attend conferences and events
Establish relationships with sources, analysts and industry authorities
Outstanding writing skills
Real passion for news
Attention to detail
Receptivity to feedback
Experience in business journalism
Background covering or studying financial services, and in particular, insurance
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