300+ Fintech journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Fintech media list of 300+ journalists updated for 2023. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Fintech reporters every quarter.
If you're looking to get press coverage for your Fintech startup or business, you've come to the right place!
Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Sean Pyles leads podcasting at NerdWallet as the producer and host of NerdWallet's "Smart Money" podcast. On "Smart Money," Sean talks with Nerds across the NerdWallet Content team to answer listeners' personal finance questions. With a focus on thoughtful and actionable money advice, Sean provides real-world guidance that can help consumers better their financial lives. Beyond answering listeners' money questions on "Smart Money," Sean also interviews guests outside of NerdWallet and produces special segments to explore topics like the racial wealth gap, how to start investing and the history of student loans.
Fintech and bank regulatory reporter at American Banker
CHRISTOPHER ZARA IS A SENIOR STAFF NEWS EDITOR FOR FAST COMPANY AND OBSESSED WITH MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS, CULTURE, AND THEATER. BEFORE COMING TO FASTCO NEWS, HE WAS A DEPUTY EDITOR AT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES, A THEATER CRITIC FOR NEWSWEEK, AND MANAGING EDITOR OF SHOW BUSINESS MAGAZINE. ZARA'S BOOK TORTURED ARTISTS IS AVAILABLE FROM SIMON & SCHUSTER. EVERY TIME YOU BUY A COPY, AN ANGEL GETS A SHOT OF CUERVO.
Greg Iacurci is a reporter covering personal finance at CNBC.com.
Dan is a finance editor at Insider, based in New York. He previously covered financial technology and market structure for Insider as a senior reporter.
I cover the intersection of finance and technology for Bloomberg Law, reporting on policy, law, business and regulation from Washington, D.C. Prior to the fintech beat, I covered tech and telecom, M&A, tax policy, and did longform investigative reporting with the Investigative Reporting Workshop.
I’m a data-driven journalist experienced in reporting, assigning and editing engaging content across digital platforms. My areas of expertise include work, money, home, relationships, family, wellness and lifestyle. In addition to content creation, I've been a key player in large-scale projects such as redesigning and relaunching websites, redefining social presence, overhauling SEO strategy, rebuilding CMS’s and working on sponsored packages.
Bianca covers the intersection of finance and technology for Business Insider as a senior reporter, writing about the behind-the-scenes tech powering the country's largest financial firms. She is interested in all things cloud, data, AI and machine learning, and the movement of information on Wall Street.
Suman Bhattacharyya is a business and technology writer who covers financial services, retail and related industries. He has been a contributor to Industry Dive since 2020 and has also written for The Wall Street Journal, Digiday and other business publications.
Jen Wieczner (pronounced vee-ETCH-ner) is a writer at Fortune. She covers investing and finance, as well as biotech and health care, among other business topics. Her stories include features on Jonathan Bush, a member of the presidential family determined to revolutionize the health care industry; the increasing trend of traditional investors buying shares in private companies and the challenges they face; how M&A rumors spread; and a disturbing series of suicides on Wall Street.
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