Reorg

Reorg is a leading global provider of credit intelligence, data, and analytics. Since 2013, tens of thousands of professionals across hedge fund, investment banking, management consulting, and law firm verticals have come to rely on Reorg to make better, faster, and more confident decisions in pace with the fast-moving credit markets. For more information, visit: www.reorg.com

Working at Reorg

Reorg hires growth-minded innovators and trailblazers across the globe to drive our business and culture. Our core values – Action Oriented, Customer First Mindset, Effective Team Players, and Driven to Excel – define an organizational ethos that’s as high-performing as it is human. Among other perks, Reorg employees enjoy competitive health benefits, matched 401k and pension plans, PTO, generous parental leave, gym subsidies, educational reimbursements for career development, recognition programs, pet-friendly offices, and much more. 

Role

Reorg, a rapidly growing tech-powered financial news and data company and leader in leveraged finance and distressed debt news and analysis, is seeking highly motivated reporters to join us in launching our coverage of primary leveraged finance and private credit. This is a unique opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a new coverage model while working in an exciting collaborative environment. An ideal candidate would be highly curious, self motivated and possess outstanding interpersonal skills. They should have prior experience covering debt capital markets and debt origination. 

Responsibilities

  • Help build out Reorg’s coverage of primary leveraged finance markets/Private Credit/Direct Lending 
  • Develop and maintain rapport with key banking and investor contacts in the funds/private equity/bonds and leveraged loan professional space
  • Identify and report on new trends and developments in leveraged finance/private credit
  • Collaborate with financial and legal analysts, and other reporters across multiple sectors

Desired Requirements

  • Experience writing about debt capital markets, specifically leveraged finance 
  • Experience writing about credit quality, private credit, its intersection with private equity and LP formation 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; self motivated; ability to multitask and work in a fast paced newsroom environment
  • Write clearly and concisely under deadline pressure and derive trends from issuance, pricing and other market patterns. 
  • Scoop driven reporter with a stable of reliable sources in the investment banking, fund and asset management industries 
  • The candidate must be collaborative and enjoy working in a multicultural team environment.

At Reorg, we consider a range of factors in connection with compensation decisions, including experience, skills, location, and our business needs and limitations. As a result, compensation may vary within and across similar roles and positions. Please note that the salary range information below is a good faith estimate for this position and actual compensation for any individual may fall outside this range if warranted by the circumstances applicable to that individual. If we identify a role that would be suitable for a broader range of skills and experience such that we would consider hiring at multiple levels then the range listed below may reflect that breadth.

The salary range estimate for this position is $100,000 - $140,000. 

The actual compensation will be at Reorg’s sole discretion and will be determined by the aforementioned and other relevant factors. This position is eligible for an annual discretionary bonus.

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Reorg is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other legally protected status. We strive to create an inclusive and diverse work environment where all individuals are valued, respected, and treated fairly. We believe that diversity enriches our workplace and enhances our ability to innovate and succeed.

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