Must-Follow Financial Services Influencers and Journalists
We read a LOT of news stories, newsletters, tweets and more on financial services, which is why we excel at financial PR. There was some debate amongst our team about whether to include fintech and cryptocurrency experts as well as financial services fanatics, so you’ll see a few of those topics snuck onto the list. Here are some of our favorite financial influencers and journalists to follow, in alphabetical order.
Diana Britton – @Diana_Britton
WealthManagement magazine managing editor covering asset management and independent broker/dealers.
Frank Chaparro – @fintechfrank
Business Insider reporter covering cryptocurrencies and blockchain, market structure, and young Wall Street culture.
Veronica Dagher – @VeronicaDagher
Wall Street Journal wealth reporter, podcast host, frequent TV commentator and more.
Chelsea Emery – @chelsea_emery
Financial Planning magazine editor-in-chief, covering wealth management.
Anna Irrera – @annairrera
Fintech correspondent at Reuters with an excellent weekly newsletter.
Sallie Krawcheck – @SallieKrawcheck
Wall Street veteran and founder of Ellevest, listed on the Forbes Fintech 50 list.
Matt Levine – @matt_levine
Levine publishes clever musings on the financial world in his Bloomberg Money Stuff newsletter.
Tanaya Macheel – @TMacheel
Tearsheet editor covering the “modernization of money,” specifically fintech and banking.
Jim Marous – @JimMarous
Publishes The Financial Brand and Digital Banking Report.
Chris Skinner – @Chris_Skinner
Voted best fintech speaker in the world, author, chair of The Financial Services Club and more.
Jon Stein – @jonstein
CEO and founder of online financial advisor Betterment, on the Forbes Fintech 50.
Paul Sullivan – @sullivanpaul
Author and Wealth Matters columnist at the New York Times.
John Waggoner – @JohnWaggoner
Investment News senior columnist.
Robin Wigglesworth – @RobinWigg
U.S. markets editor of the Financial Times and creator of Buy the Dip newsletter.
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