Freelance Financial Journalist - Infrastructure & Energy MarketsEurope, Editorial
Inframation Group, part of Acuris, is the international infrastructure finance intelligence news service.
We are looking to work with experienced financial journalists for feature articles and interviews covering the infrastructure M&A and fundraising markets across Europe and globally.
Freelancers interested in commissions for Inframation Group must have contacts across infrastructure funds and project financing and experience writing on these topics, preferably with local or country market knowledge and language skills. You will also be expected to pitch your own ideas for long, well-thought stories (2,000 words and above) and work closely with commissioning editors in London.
Articles may include theme-based stories, investigative sector reports and interviews covering infrastructure funds (fundraising and deployment), M&A and privatisation, asset management and greenfield PPP procurement, at global, national and municipal level.
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