Bruce Fraser

New York, NY USA

Professional Experience

I am a freelance financial writer and editorial consultant. My specialties are investing, entrepreneurship, wealth management and financial planning, small business, the environment, and energy. My writing has appeared in Crain's New York Business (, the New York Daily News (, Financial Advisor (, (, and the Christian Science Monitor (, among many others. My work includes feature articles for magazines, newspapers, and websites, op-ed content, brochures, newsletters, white papers, and books ( Among my corporate clients are JP Morgan, TD Ameritrade, Oppenheimer Funds, and several law firms ( For more information, please see my website,, or email


Content Editor (online)
5 Years
10 Years
30 Years


Business (general)
30 Years
20 Years
Personal Finance
5 Years


Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
20 Years
Newspaper - Local/Regional
10 Years
Online/new media
5 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

30 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

New York Daily News (10+), Financial Advisor Magazine (10+), Christian Science Monitor (6-10), Crain's New York Business (3-5), (3-5), Financial Planning (3-5), (3-5)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Fidelity Investments (1-2), JP Morgan (1-2), Oppenheimer Funds (1-2)

Other Work History

Staff jobs at Fairchild Fashion Media and Gannett Newspapers.


Can provide audio recorder and photographer.


Dorothy Hinchcliff, Managing Editor, Financial Advisor Magazine Scott Wenger, Assistant Business Editor, New York Daily News Annette Bronkesh, Public Relations


General Excellence Award, American Society of Journalists and Authors


American Society of Journalists and Authors New York Financial Writers' Association Freelance Success

Work Samples


( 5/3/2011)
A German company is making a pitch to American dry cleaners that they swap out their machines for a more eco-friendly version. But this kind of industrial innovation doesn't come cheap. A family-owned German chemical producer with a relatively low profile in the United States is moving...
(Internal Auditor 2/1/2005)
Many of today's corporate stakeholders are calling for increased sustainable development. More and more companies are heeding that call, while simultaneously realizing performance gains. In the post-Enron era, the number of companies reporting their social and environmental impact on society...
(Financial Advisor 1/1/2012)
What could have been a sad chapter for Securities America now seems to be a new lease on life for the firm. On November 7, 2011, Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. said it had completed its $150 million acquisition of Securities America Financial Corp., both the broker-dealer and the...
( 5/6/2013)
Describes in easy to read steps what not to do that could destroy your retirement
( 4/24/2013)
Advice on how to plan for your retirement in half a dozen easy steps.
(Private Wealth 2/8/2012)
Wilmington Trust gave a sobering assessment of the U.S. economy and in particular investment grade bonds whose stability has been comforting to investors lately. Rex Macey, chief investment officer of Wilmington Trust Investment Advisors Inc., said, "The concept of 'safe' assets and 'risky'...
(Crain's New York Business 12/11/2011)
High prices of diamonds have merchants looking for creative ways to find profits. Big-name retailers such as Tiffany & Co. can pass along rising diamond and metal prices to customers with nary a complaint, because many shoppers are international tourists seeking brand-name cachet, according to...