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Reuters seeks regulatory reporter in Asia


The Asia Finance Team at Reuters is looking for a journalist to cover the regulation beat, a critically important area for the file.

Responsibilities: –
- The main focus of the beat, will be the new rules and regulations that affect the trading and banking operations at financial institutions across Asia and the rest of the world.
- Reporting on Dodd-Frank, swaps, and other key financial reforms
- Will embrace any major regulation issue that arises, including global trading desk investigations (Libor, FX, NDFs), local probes, money laundering, and corporate governance.
- The U.S. accounting spat with China is another hot topic on the beat, as are China’s financial reforms.
- Produce exclusive news and develop deep knowledge of the regulation industry

Requirements: –
- At least five years financial news experience
- A wide-ranging knowledge of the world’s main financial regulations
- A track record of initiative reporting
- Experience working with multiple bureau and news coverage teams
- Strong writing skills and the ability to render complex topics accessible to a broad audience
- Self-driven news chaser
- Works well in a team environment, much of the roles involves coordination across bureaus
- Strong writing and explanatory skills required

To apply, go here.

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Reuters seeks White House correspondent


Reuters is looking for a White House correspondent for its Washington bureau.

Write detailed, accurate and insightful stories on U.S. politics with special focus on the White House and the President. Cover the President’s domestic agenda, foreign policy and political issues. Serve as a member of a team of journalist tasked with covering the President and political issues surrounding the White House. Cover spot news from the Executive Branch, for breaking exclusive news and providing analysis of presidential actions with specific focus on health care and energy issues.

Write news alerts in real-time as they happen that meet with the company’s editorial style and standards. Assess news sources to determine newsworthiness and write accurate, insightful stories based on the data, often under tight time and competitive pressures.


Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications or a related field plus 5 years of progressive experience as a journalist/reporter with a major international news agency. Experience reporting on politics, agricultural policy and trade policy and regulations. Experience reporting on energy and environmental policy.

To apply, go here.

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Reuters editor in chief Adler on its first Pulitzer


Reuters editor in chief Steve Adler sent out the following statement on Monday:

We are thrilled that Jason Szep, Andrew R.C. Marshall and team have been recognized by the Pulitzer Prize committee for their important work. For two years, Reuters reporters have tirelessly investigated terrible human-rights abuses in a forgotten corner of the Muslim world, bringing the international dimensions of the oppressed Rohingya of Myanmar to global attention. We are immensely proud that this high-impact series was selected as Reuters’ first-ever Pulitzer Prize win for text reporting.

The photo is of enterprise editor Michael Williams, Adler, and Reuters staff at a toast in honor of the win in the Reuters New York newsroom.

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Reuters hires new Fed reporter


Reuters Washington bureau chief Marilyn Thompson and Washington economics editor Tim Ahmann sent out the following announcement on Monday:

We are pleased to announce that Howard Schneider, who until recently was at the Washington Post, will join us on April 21 to help lead our Federal Reserve coverage. Howard has been covering international economics for the Post for the past four years with stories ranging from trade and the euro zone crisis to the International Monetary Fund and U.S.-China economic relations. He has extensive experience in both economics and international affairs.

In more than 25 years at the Post, he has led coverage from Jerusalem, Cairo and Toronto, and has served as both economics editor and local business editor. He started at the Post as a Metro staff writer, and has taught journalism and writing. He is currently working towards a Masters in applied economics.

He will join Michael Flaherty, whose appointment was previously announced, in leading our Fed coverage from Washington. The appointment brings our U.S. central bank reporting team up to full strength and positions us to deliver the insightful coverage our clients demand.

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Reuters seeks investment management reporter in London


Reuters is looking to recruit an experienced correspondent to cover the Investment Management sector in London, able to break news on and explain to a non-specialist audience the changes taking place in the industry as it adapts to new regulation and the shake-out of the financial crisis.

Fund managers face pressure on fees as they seek to justify the charges they make for outperforming benchmarks and each other. They are also increasingly moving into areas dominated in the past by banks as they pursue better returns in a low interest rate environment, as well as shifting assets into so-called alternative investments.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a deep understanding of the fund management industry in all its guises, have a proven track-record of breaking exclusive news and experience of using performance data to help tell the story of the changes sweeping through the sector. They will also need to be able to understand companies and complex M&A situations in which “long only” and activist fund managers often play a critical role. They will be a strong team player, willing to share tips and sources within their immediate team and with colleagues in EMEA and the other regions in order to break news.


Skills Required:
- Strong journalism skills
- Excellent, broad source-building talent
- Track record in breaking news
- Eye for detail and ability to write about personalities to tell the story
- Proven analytical judgment and skills to write smart stories for investors.
- Understanding of fund management and investment banking
- Good numeracy and ability to cut through industry jargon
- Solid knowledge and interest in valuation metrics
- Ability to work in a calm and collegiate way with colleagues
- Proven interest in fund management industry
- Proven track record of idea generation and delivery of well-reported stories
- Ability to write quick analysis as well as more thought-out pieces.

Read more here.

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Reuters seeks editor to oversee energy markets news in New York


Reuters News is seeking an exceptional journalist, an inspirational leader and an insightful editor to lead coverage of the most important story of the decade – the North American shale revolution, and its transformative impact on global energy markets.

The broad contours of this story are well established, as surging U.S. production and falling imports promise an economic revival that will fundamentally alter America’s position in the world. But beyond the headlines, the energy trade story has never been in greater flux, from the Keystone pipeline to decades-old export restrictions; the rise of natural gas vehicles to the decline of coal-fired power plants; oil-train arbitrage to Jones Act tankers; Latin America fuel exports to U.S. biofuel policy; the shrinking role of Wall Street to the renewed rise of trading merchants. In an ever-changing landscape with prices and politics constantly shifting, traders and investors are more reliant than ever on smart journalism.

As editor-in-charge of energy market news in the Americas, the successful candidate will be expected to drive coverage on two parallel, interconnected tracks: breaking market-moving real-time news for professional traders ahead of the competition, from refinery glitches to pipeline spills to arbitrage trades; and also producing sophisticated, ahead-of-the-curve enterprise and investigative work that highlights emerging trends, analyzes major developments and tells a global financial audience about things that other people don’t want them to know.

The editor-in-charge will be expected to lead by example, producing outstanding work under their own byline while directing and developing the talents and skills of 10 specialist reporters in New York and another dozen or so across the region, helping them produce sharp, smart market stories for a global audience. Competing at both ends of the spectrum, from deep-specialist split-second spot news to agenda-setting multi-week enterprise, requires clear leadership, smart strategies and savvy news ideas. Above all, it requires a fierce determination to win.

Drive, ambition and a passion for winning every part of the news cycle, from breaking alerts to deep enterprise
Proven ability to conceive and execute ahead-of-the-curve stories for a professional financial audience
Masterful editing skills to produce clear, sharp, sophisticated energy market copy, quickly
Track record of independently writing and reporting stories, from spot news to original analysis
Readiness to lead a large, diverse team through high standards, coaching and career development
Minimum five years of energy market news or industry experience

To apply, go here.

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Reuters names new Korea bureau chief


Jean Yoon, regional editor for Asia for Reuters, sent out the following announcement on Tuesday:

I am delighted to announce that Tony Munroe has been appointed Bureau Chief, Korea, where he will oversee a multimedia news operation in Seoul that covers everything from the feudal regime in North Korea to global technology powerhouse Samsung.

Tony has spent most of his Reuters career in Asia and is currently bureau chief in Mumbai, where he has covered stories ranging from monetary policy to India’s nascent gaming industry to the mysterious Sahara conglomerate.

Before moving to India in 2009, Tony was based for nine years in Hong Kong, where he started as a technology correspondent, then headed the Greater China company news team before leading the Asia investment desk, where he launched the DEALTALK format. Throughout his time in Hong Kong, Tony covered the workings of multi-billionaire Li Ka-shing and his corporate empire.

A native of Washington, D.C., Tony joined Reuters in 1998 in Boston after working for newspapers. Outside of the newsroom, Tony enjoys reading and running — also known as avoiding Mumbai traffic — and is looking forward to hiking in the hills of Seoul with his two dogs. He will take on his new posting on June 2 and report to me.

I would also like to take this opportunity to thank David Chance for his superb leadership and firm grasp of the key stories from two Koreas. We will miss his sharp news judgment and sense of humour.

Please join me in congratulating Tony on his new appointment and wishing David all the best in his new role as the economics editor for the Americas. David leaves for Washington in May.

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Reuters seeks deputy bureau chief in Washington


Reuters is seeking an outstanding journalist to serve as deputy bureau chief in Washington.

The experienced manager who fills this role will be a full partner in managing Reuters’ largest bureau in the Americas, with more than 60 staff members and an ambitious coverage agenda ranging from breaking news to deeply reported enterprise. The deputy’s responsibilities include oversight of the daily Washington file, which requires a working knowledge of U.S. general and political news, energy, commodities, finance and regulation. The deputy bureau chief plays a key role in personnel management and performance evaluation.


The job calls for a high-energy talent with strong vision and leadership skills and a winning personality, able to think creatively about ways to bring the best out of our team work and ramp up our presence in Washington. Strong writing skills and multimedia experience are required.At least 10 years experience in journalism. Strong track record of managing large teams and running big stories. Excellent people skills and the ability to coach and mentor staff.

To apply, go here.

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Reuters names new social media editor


Dan Colarusso, executive editor of digital at Reuters, sent out the following staff hire announcement on Tuesday:

We’re extremely happy to announce that Cassandra Garrison is joining Reuters.com as our Social Media/Live News Editor. She’ll be reporting to Managing Editor Brian Tracey.

Cassandra was previously Digital Managing Editor for Metro New York/Boston/Philadelphia, where she oversaw all online content and social media initiatives. Together with the online team, she was responsible for transitioning Metro, a daily newspaper, into a digital-first operation. Before moving into editorial management at Metro, she cut her teeth as a reporter covering events like Occupy Wall Street, the 2012 London Olympics and Hurricane Sandy.

Cassandra, a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, began her career at WJET/WFXP in Erie, Penn., as a reporter and later anchor of the market’s top-rated morning news program.

Outside of journalism, she will become yet another Reuters.com team member who is an avid runner, as she participated in her first NYC Marathon last year.

Cassandra starts April 7. Please join us in welcoming her to her new job.

Mike Stone

Reuters hires new M&A reporter


Soyoung Kim, who oversees mergers and acquisitions coverage for Reuters in the Americas, sent out the following staff hire announcement on Tuesday:

I’m very excited to announce that Mike Stone has joined the New York M&A team as a reporter focused on energy, financial institutions and real estate. Mike is joining Reuters from M&A focused news service Dealreporter, which was part of the Financial Times Group until recently and now owned by private equity firm BC Partners. At Dealreporter, Mike covered consumer and retail M&A and broke the news that KKR was in talks to buy Del Monte Group for $4 billion, among other exclusives.

Mike, who is starting today and will report to me, will be working closely together with Reuters M&A reporters around the globe as well as other journalists who are driving our financial institutions, energy and natural resources coverage. Please welcome Mike to the newsroom!

Stone has a bachelor’s from Bard College and a master’s from New School University.