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Top Fintech Journalists in Canada (2023)

The Top Fintech Journalists in Canada in 2023 are:

Casey Bond

Casey Bond is a personal finance writer and expert. Formerly Editor-in-Chief of GOBankingRates and Executive Editor at Student Loan Hero, presently a Lifestyle Reporter for HuffPost.

Julia Carpenter

I'm a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, covering personal finance more "how is money changing/shaping our lives?" and less "What credit card should I get?"

Kate Rooney

Boston College | Northwestern Medill Mafia | Markets Reporter + payments, fintech @CNBC | Retired @BCwlax |.

Libby Kane

Libby Kane is a deputy editor at Business Insider, overseeing the Strategy, Careers, and Personal Finance teams. Before joining the company in March 2014, she was the associate editor at LearnVest, covering personal and behavioral finance.

Liz Skinner

Reporter for Investment News focused on fintech and practice management for financial advisers.

Michelle Singletary

Michelle Singletary writes the nationally syndicated personal finance column The Color of Money, which appears in The Washington Post on Wednesdays and Sundays. Her award-winning column is syndicated by The Washington Post Writers Group and is carried in dozens of newspapers nationwide. She has written three personal finance books, including her latest, “The 21-Day Financial Fast: Your Path to Financial Peace and Freedom.” Singletary was the financial expert for “The Revolution,” a daytime program on ABC. For two years, she was host of her own national television program, “Singletary Says,” on TV One. She is a frequent contributor to various NPR programs and has appeared on national talk shows and television networks, including “Oprah,” NBC’s “Today,” “The Early Show on CBS” and CNN. In her spare time, Singletary is the director of a ministry she founded at her church, in which women and men volunteer to mentor others who are having financial challenges. As part of this ministry, she and her husband also volunteer to teach financial literacy to prison inmates. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park. She has received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Johns Hopkins University, where she earned a master’s degree in business and management. To stay informed about various money issues subscribe to Michelle’s weekly retirement and personal finance newsletters, which will be delivered to your inbox every Monday and Thursday.

Noah Buhayar

I'm a finance and insurance reporter for Bloomberg News in Seattle. I write a lot about Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway and how technology is reshaping banking for the wire and Bloomberg Businessweek.

Rebecca Lake

I cover saving, investing, retirement, budgeting, credit, banking, debt, student loans, home-buying, taxes, insurance, and small business.

Reda Chouffani

In the Charlotte, N.C., community, Chouffani volunteers as a mentor to new startups as part of the Queen City Fintech, which gives back to local entrepreneurs. In addition to healthcare, life and science technologies, he works closely with clients in other industries and some of their technology strategies.

Sarah Silbert

Sarah Silbert is an editor at Business Insider, responsible for credit card coverage on Personal Finance Insider. Before joining the Busines Insider team, she was the credit cards editor at The Points Guy, combining her financial geekery with her love of travel. She's also covered technology for Engadget and contributed to publications including Fortune and Lifewire.

Sophie Downes

Sophie Downes is a web producer and reporter at Inc. and a graduate of the University of Chicago. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Yuliya Chernova

Yuliya Chernova writes about technology startups and venture capital for WSJ Pro Venture Capital and The Wall Street Journal. She's based in New York. She's a recipient of William R. Clabby Dow Jones Newswires awards and a Jesse H. Neal Award for business journalism. She is a graduate of Brown University.

Contacting Fintech Journalists in Canada

A well-curated, updated media list like the one PressContact provides only completes half the job. The other half depends upon the execution of your campaign. Read this section to understand how you can deliver the best pitch to Fintech journalists in Canada!

When and why to contact Fintech journalists

If you have a story related to fintech, it's essential to reach out to journalists who have a deep understanding of the industry and its complexities. Fintech journalism covers a wide range of topics, including digital banking, online lending, and alternative payment methods. To increase your chances of getting a response, research your target journalists and tailor your pitch to their specific interests and needs. Consider the unique perspective of your story, such as a new fintech platform or a regulatory development, and how it can contribute to the broader conversation around fintech. Additionally, think about the practical applications of your story, such as how it can inform and empower readers to make better financial decisions. By approaching fintech journalists with a well-researched and compelling pitch, you can create a story that resonates with their readers and sheds light on the cutting-edge technology transforming the financial industry.

How to contact Fintech Journalists

If you are looking to connect with leading Fintech journalists in Canada, our directory has been updated for the year 2023. By signing up below, you can have access to the contact list of the best Fintech writers in the country.

How to write a Fintech press release

• Start by researching the latest news in the fintech industry and decide on a newsworthy topic. • Write an eye-catching headline that will draw the reader in and compel them to read further. • Craft a lead paragraph that explains the news and its relevance to the sector. • Include key facts and quotes to support the story. • Include contact information for the media to reach out to and a call to action.

Pitching Etiquette to Fintech journalists

1. Do your research: review the journalist's work and find topics that could be relevant to your pitch. 2. Be concise and to the point: Journalists have busy schedules and need to quickly assess whether your pitch is of interest to them. 3. Make sure you are providing valuable content: Journalists should be able to understand the importance of your story and why it is unique. 4. Follow up: If you don't hear back right away, don't be afraid to reach out again in a few days. 5. Put yourself in their shoes: Have empathy for the journalist and their time constraints, and be understanding if they are not able to respond. 6. Don't be pushy: Respect the journalist's time and space and don't be too pushy in your follow-ups. 7. Acknowledge rejection: If a journalist rejects your pitch, thank them for their time and don’t take it personally.

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