S&P Global Associate Editor, European Financials in London, United Kingdom

Associate Editor, European Financials




London, Canary Wharf

The Role:

S&P Global Market Intelligence is seeking an Associate Editor for its EMEA Financial Institutions news team in London. On a daily basis, you will edit news articles covering a range of topics, including M&A, executive moves, capital markets activity and regulation, for accuracy, style and content, and to tight deadlines. You will help shape our daily content by developing fresh story ideas and delivering sharp, concise content using in-house data sources while curating and prioritizing news coverage. You will also use your strong leadership skills to manage, coach and mentor team members.

The Impact:

Our real-time, subscription-based news service reaches an influential readership that includes banks, investment banks, asset managers, insurers, buy- and sell-side teams, and C-level executives. Our massive database, of market, regulatory and corporate data, offers ample opportunities to enhance and drive our news coverage.

The Career Opportunity:

You will have the opportunity to flourish professionally in this role. All editorial roles provide possibilities to move up the career ladder to enable you to take on new and varied responsibilities, including people management and business development, within S&P Global Market Intelligence and across the entire S&P Global group.

The Team:

Members of the EMEA FIG team have the opportunity to work with colleagues from around the world and from a wide variety of backgrounds, making teamwork and collaboration highly valued. The EMEA Financial Institutions team is part of our fast-growing, sector-focused Newsroom, which comprises hundreds of reporters and editors from across five continents.

Our Hiring Manager says:

We are looking for an ambitious business journalist who enjoys moving swiftly from one task to another, who can communicate effectively with team members, and who is passionate about reporting news in a timely and accurate way.


Proven business journalism experience

Deep knowledge of the financial sector

Exceptional editing skills, with an ability to deliver sharp, concise content to real-time, daily and weekly deadlines

A keen eye for detail and potential legal issues, and an appreciation of the value of precise, stylistically consistent writing

An affinity for analyzing numbers, using in-house data intelligence, financial reports and other industry information.

Leadership experience

Fluency in English necessary, plus knowledge of another major European language, or experience of working with multilingual teams, is desirable.

*Candidates will need to pass in-house editing test, prior to interviews with the team.