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Senior Mergers and Acquisitions Reporter

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Editorial
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MLE0001V Requisition #

MLex is looking for a seasoned journalist to lead its mergers coverage in the US.

 

The beat is to cover regulatory risk in mergers in the US, in particular covering DOJ and FTC reviews of major deals, but also seeking to get ahead of the procedural story through deep-dive analyses of the markets and case law to anticipate where regulatory problems may lie. It's a high-pressure beat in which there's an expectation you'll break market-moving news, while offering the forward looking analysis that helps inform investment and corporate decision-making. The readership is exacting, but broad, covering law firms advising on deals, the regulators overseeing approvals, investors trading off merging companies' share-price volatility, and the companies themselves, invariably at most senior levels.

 

The work can involve anything from hitting the phones and mining the document resources, to covering trials, monitoring filings, and attending conferences and networking events.

 

Founded in 2005, MLex is an innovative news-media organisation providing exclusive market insight, analysis and commentary on regulatory risk.  MLexs coverage spans the worlds foremost regulators in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America, offering up-to-the-minute coverage of regulatory threats and opportunities.  MLex employs an investigative journalistic approach and forensic coverage of cases via an unrivalled team of experienced and expert reporters, qualified lawyers and industry experts.  MLex will help LexisNexis better serve the rapidly changing customer needs in the area of legal and regulatory news, insight and analysis.

 

MLex is a truly global business that serves customers in North America, Continental Europe, the UK, Asia and Latin America.  The MLex organisation operates out of various offices around the world including London, Brussels, Washington D.C., Hong-Kong, San Francisco and Sao Paolo. 

 


Purpose of the role:

 

To lead US M&A regulatory coverage by example, breaking exclusive stories and writing forward-looking commentary and analysis on emerging M&A situations, particularly those of interest to the hedge-fund arbitrage readership.

 

To lead the coverage through hands-on mentoring and coordination on individual stories and longer-term story management, with deference to and in coordination with the Global Chief Correspondent and reporting to the Managing Editor.

 

To coordinate, under the GCC, with the rest of the global MLex teams to ensure joined-up coverage of international mergers often undergoing parallel reviews in multiple jurisdictions.

 

To be a point of contact for the outside world, particularly the US, representing MLex's US M&A coverage in the press, and to subscribers among the legal and hedge-fund readership.

  

Key result areas: 

-Increase quality and quantity in US M&A breaking news and commentary in M&A

-Cement MLex's reputation among hedge funds as the go-to outlet for news and commentary on regulatory M&A situations.

 

Key competencies/skills & experience.

-An ability to break exclusive news day in day out.

-An ability to pursue hard-to-get information from evasive sources.

-An ability to build and maintain a network of sources in the regulatory community.

-An ability to train and inspire others, by leading by example and through soft-management skills.

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