The Wall Street Journal is seeking a resourceful and determined reporter to cover the private equity and hedge funds the specialize in distressed investing.
The reporter’s coverage, for specialist publications that are part of a new initiative at WSJ, will cover these firms’ strategies and investment activities, their capital-raising and investment professionals. We need a reporter with a strong grasp of financial markets and business who can find exclusive news but also analyze news with sophistication and clarity.
This is a rich beat for the right candidate, covering the plays of such renowned investors as Carl Icahn and Wilbur Ross amid the complex and rancorous market of bankruptcy and distress. The position will be based in New York.
Applications should include a resume, cover letter, and up to five published clips.
To apply, go here.