Produce editorial content for a range of communications, including:
Writing news briefs for weekly member updates on core regulatory and industry developments in the listed and cleared derivatives industry
Writing content on relevant internal and external news for fia.org
Writing special reports on legislative and regulatory developments such as hearings and rulemakings that affect the listed and cleared derivatives industry
Curating FIA's daily aggregation of third party news to ensure that the news summaries are accurate and relevant
Overseeing the production of content for other association publications, including FIA’s annual Year in Review document
Oversee production of MarketVoice, FIA's quarterly magazine on business, technology and regulatory trends affecting the listed and cleared derivatives industry. This role includes managing freelancers, writing news briefs, editing feature articles, uploading content to website, and overseeing production of print issues.
Oversee the development of data-related editorial content. This role consists of working with data analysts to produce monthly updates on trends in the data as well as graphics illustrating these trends.
Coordinate with public relations and advocacy functions within FIA to ensure consistency between internal and external communications and consistency with FIA policy positions.
Work with public relations, marketing and other functional areas within FIA on areas of common interest, such as the drafting of educational content for video and website, providing input into conference presentations, etc.
Minimum 5 years experience writing and editing for a professional and/or business audience; experience working in a web publishing environment; experience with deadline-sensitive writing and editing
Excellent writing skills; familiarity with financial markets or commodity markets; high levels of initiative and editorial judgment; commitment to accuracy
FIA is the leading global trade organization for the futures, options and centrally cleared derivatives markets, with offices in London, Singapore and Washington, D.C. FIA’s membership includes clearing firms, exchanges, clearinghouses, trading firms and commodities specialists from more than 48 countries as well as technology vendors, lawyers and other professionals serving the industry.