Bruce W. Fraser, a business journalist and editor in New York, enjoys many aspects of the city, especially Wall Street, and has made his career probing the minds of the best and brightest there.
As a content provider, he has written extensively about investing, entrepreneurship, wealth management, retirement issues, financial planning, small business, and the environment. He works in many formats: feature articles for magazines, newspapers, websites, op-ed content, brochures, newsletters, white papers, and books. Samples are available on this site or by email.
He has done project work for some iconic brands–J.P. Morgan Chase, Fidelity Investments, and TD Ameritrade–as well as several law firms.
He is currently working on a book about the ABCs of financial literacy.
He has traveled on assignment for The Christian Science Monitor and other publications to Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Dublin, San Juan, the North Sea, and elsewhere.
He has also taught communications courses at several New York colleges, including Baruch College of CUNY and Pace University.
His memberships include: - the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA), of which he is a former officer - the New York Financial Writers’ Association - the New-York Historical Society.
He received a dual M.S. in journalism and political science from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
He began as a staff writer and editor for Gannett Newspapers in several cities including Rochester, New York, a short distance from Syracuse, where he grew up. Later, at Fairchild Fashion Media, as a bureau chief in Texas, he covered the Southwest for their various trade magazines, including Women’s Wear Daily and W. He is a volunteer with various community programs and active at St. Michael’s Church.