Juliette Fairley

1 Union Square South
Website: www.juliettefairley.com

Professional Experience

A well published freelancer, I have worked on the ghost writing team of Steve Forbes and other Wall Street magnates as well as written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Advisor News, Insurance News Network, Risk Professional magazine, Commercial Observer about finance and business topics ranging from family financial planning, energy/oil/gas, retirement, mobile payments, social media, law, real estate, entrepreneurship, banking compliance, risk, investing, accounting, sustainability/environment, insurance and many others. I was an on-air correspondent for TheStreet covering finance, business and the legalization of cannabis and have written advertorials for Bloomberg Business News and Insurance News Net. I have also worked as a publicist for individual clients


Book Author
8 Years
10 Years
10 Years


Business (general)
10 Years
Real Estate
11 Years
Personal Finance
10 Years


Broadcasting - Ent - TV (National)
7 Years
Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
10 Years
Book Publishing Trade/B2B
8 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

12 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Forbes (3-5)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Insurance News Net (3-5)

Other Work History

The Street, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Insurance News Net, Risk Professional

Foreign Language Skills




Work Permits & Visas

American citizen


New York Financial Writers Association, American Society of Journallsts and Authors, Association of Ghostwriters



Story for risk professional about energy, oil and gas insurance and the coverage short fall.
Sponsored content/advertorial in Bloomberg Business News magazine
Fines imposed on the financial services industry more than tripled last year to $18.3 million from $5.6 million in 2015, according to FINRA Suitability Sanctions Statistics. The increase in penalty fees has some advisors blaming the Department of Labor’s looming fiduciary standard, although two cases were responsible for a large percentage of the total. It’s not uncommon for commission-based financial advisors to somehow suggest that their older 401(k) plan participants move their savings into an IRA account shortly before they are scheduled to retire.