Freelance Fintech Writer
Whether it's content or copy, I love writing. It shouldn't be such a huge pain to find a good
freelance fintech writer who actually knows what they're writing about.
As a writer who's worked as a software developer and quant in the financial services industry, I know my way around the tech, the lingo, and the audience. Let me help you keep your audience's attention and ultimately increase your sales conversions.
More About Me
It all started after I graduated university in Washington State with an engineering degree. I thought I wanted to build products all the way down to the electronics, but realized building software was far more enjoyable. "Wait, I can create products within a day instead of months or years?" That's when I threw myself straight into coding and transformed myself into a professional software developer.
Since then, I've worked for a lot of great companies tackling a diverse set of problems. From business intelligence at Microsoft to artificial intelligence at a Barcelona-based startup. However, one of the most memorable and rewarding work experiences came about when working as a quant at Allianz Global Investors.
As an experienced professional in the technology and financial services industries with a stong background in writing, I know how to take complex topics and turn them into interesting, understandable content that engages readers and turns them into paying customers.
Let me leverage my in-depth experience to help you grow your business. If you're looking for a freelance fintech writer who can communicate well and can deliver high-quality content on time, get in touch with me today.
"I really like working with Grant - high quality articles delivered in a timely manner, SEO optimization in place, our feedback always taken into consideration, and very easy and pleasant to work with!"
"We needed well researched and detailed writing on some fairly complex topics, mainly around start up financing and new alternatives emerging in the space. I was worried we were failing behind on the opportunity to be early to publish pieces on the these emerging trends and Grant was able to deliver with very little oversight and in an asynchronous nature."