Reporter, European Financial Regulation

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Reporter, European Financial Regulation

The Wall Street Journal is seeking a journalist to help cover the powerful, opaque regulatory apparatus in Europe, from the Financial Stability Board to the Bank for International Settlements, to other relevant authorities from London to Frankfurt — to explain what they’re doing and what that means for financial institutions around the world. We’re looking for a reporter who can break news large and small, a writer who can explain the big picture, translating the sometimes-complex developments in plain, engaging English.

This job would likely be based in Brussels, though we expect travel to London, Basel, Frankfurt and other financial capitals. The reporter will work closely with our existing team of regulation and market reporters in Europe, Washington, D.C., New York, and beyond.

Please attach a resume, cover letter and up to five published clips to your online application.

Closing Date -15th May 2016

Requisition ID 2015-27661

Job Locations BEL – BRUSSELS

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