Power Finance & Risk (part of Euromoney Institutional Investor) is hiring an experienced, Spanish-speaking news reporter to cover Latin America’s fascinating, constantly evolving power finance industry.
PFR is the most comprehensive source of news on power project finance and M&A in the Americas. Unlike others, we do not regurgitate what is reported elsewhere. Our intent is to produce news that is previously unknown, actionable, detailed, quick, correct and unambiguously superior to that of any competitor.
Our reporters take a passionate interest in debt and equity investments in power generation, renewable energy, electric transmission, midstream gas infrastructure and cutting-edge technologies such as battery storage, as well as the power markets that underpin them and the people—developers, contractors, bankers, lawyers, investors and fund managers—that make it all happen.
The reporter will also work closely with PFR’s sister publication, IJGlobal, the leading provider of news and data on infrastructure finance globally. PFR and IJGlobal are publications of Euromoney Institutional Investor, a London-based company with offices around the world.
Key duties and responsibilities:
Reporting to the Editor of PFR, the senior reporter will:
Essential skills and characteristics:
Perks of Working at PFR
About Euromoney Institutional Investor
Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC (www.euromoneyplc.com) is an international business information group listed on the stock exchange and is a member of the FTSE 250 share index. Euromoney’s group of businesses covers asset management, price discovery, data and market intelligence, under brands including, Euromoney, Institutional Investor, BCA Research, Ned Davis Research and Fastmarkets. Euromoney also runs an extensive portfolio of large-scale events. Euromoney has revenues of around £400m, a market cap of about £1.2bn and approximately 1600 employees.
The business is divided into six divisions:
Euromoney is known for its entrepreneurial culture – Euromoney people are creative, action-oriented, close to customers, passionate about their brands, knowledgeable about the industries they serve and accountable for their results. The company aims for what it calls “the best of both worlds” – complementing these entrepreneurial characteristics with the benefits that come from being a sizeable company; for example taking advantage of Euromoney’s scale, sharing best practice, operating strategically and creating career paths for staff across the whole company. Strong central functions alongside the business divisions are essential for this.
In 2016, Euromoney outlined a new strategy to investors combining organic development and strategic and well-executed acquisitions and disposals. The company aims to allocate and recycle capital efficiently towards good, organic and inorganic opportunities via their “best of both worlds” operating model. Their ambition is to generate consistent and meaningful returns for shareholders at relatively low risk.
The company headquarters are in London, with additional main offices in New York, Montreal, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai. The group has a further 20 offices around the world.