Maryrose Fison is a British economics and finance journalist based in Barcelona with nine years’ experience working in the UK, Germany, Chile and Spain. Her in-depth analyses, reports and features have been published by numerous titles including the Financial Times, Retail Banker International, the Miami Herald, Private Banker International, the Independent on Sunday, the Daily Telegraph, the Evening Standard, Jane’s Intelligence Weekly and Citywire.
In addition to reporting on macro-economic trends and financial developments, she has conducted private research and due diligence projects for asset management companies and provided consumer-oriented coverage of science, culture and politics for CNN, the BBC the Los Angeles Times and Geographical.
Prior to relocating to Latin America in 2013, where she was based for two years, Maryrose worked in London covering the Eurozone crisis, changes to banking regulations such as MiFID and Basel II, as well as the Retail Distribution Review and the de Larosiere report.
Her work has also involved traveling independently to hostile regions to report on civil disruption and human rights subjects. In 2011, she was the only foreign journalist to travel undercover to the divided city of Mitrovica in northern Kosovo where she spent 11 days covering violent inter-ethnic tension for multiple news agencies. Her assignments have also taken her to Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia, Peru and Argentina.
Maryrose has a Master of Arts Degree with Honours in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh and speaks Spanish and German fluently in addition to her mother-tongue, English.
For work inquiries, she may be contacted via the contact page.