Who am I?

My name is Emily. I'm a freelance copywriter, editor and proofreader based in London. I produce high quality corporate communications for organisations, such as annual reports, blogs, newsletters, press releases and other publications. 

I have a lot of experience of writing about banking and financial services. I’m also a qualified journalist (accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists). 

My editorial experience includes:

Publications executive at the British Bankers' Association (BBA) in the City, where I managed content on the BBA website and edited major reports on banking. I also wrote blogs, newsletters and newspaper opinion pieces for senior figures across the Association. 

Sub-editor and political analyst at DeHavilland, a political information service. I was DeHavilland's lead analyst on all issues relating to banking and HM Treasury. I was also responsible for editing content and ensuring consistent tone of voice across the organisation.

Proofreading editor at The New Federalist, the magazine of the Young European Federalists.

Publishing my own blog on European affairs, Euro Trash.

Trainee at the European Parliament in Brussels. As the only native English speaker in my department, I certainly got a lot of practice at copywriting and proofreading!