Financial services publisher Rainmaker Information has appointed author and finance writer Julia Newbould to the newly created role of Editor-at-Large for Money magazine.
Newbould has more than 20 years’ finance journalism experience and was previously Editor of Financial Planning and Super Review magazines at Reed Business Information; Managing Editor at InvestorInfo, and Managing Editor at Morningstar Australia.
Newbould’s most recent role was at BT Financial Group in marketing and communications where she founded the Stella Network, a network group for women in financial advice. Working with women inspired her to co-author The Joy of Money – a book on women and personal finance, which will be published in April next year.
“I believe passionately in helping those who are keen to help themselves. We’re not all born equal and do not have the same opportunities in life, but through education we can make up for some of the initial inequality and this is where I believe magazines like Money can play an important role,” Newbould said.
“I’m really thrilled to be joining such a passionate and talented team who are all focused on delivering independent and insightful finance articles to their readers, in print and online.”
Money magazine Editor-in-Chief Michelle Baltazar said she was delighted to have Julia join the Money team. “Her experience, knowledge and passion for empowering investors is perfectly suited to the magazine’s mission of helping more Australians become financially savvy. We look forward to working with her.”
In her role as editor-at-large, Newbould will be working closely with Managing Editor Darren Snyder and Online Content Producer Sharyn McCowen.
About Money magazine
Established in 1999, Money is Australia’s longest-running personal finance magazine. It provides credible, independent and easy-to-understand financial information, helping readers to earn more, save more and make the most of their investments.
The magazine is published by The Rainmaker Group, which produces strategic, tactical, and analytical information about the financial services industry predominantly for superannuation funds, investment managers financial planners and consumers.
The Rainmaker Group comprises: Rainmaker Information, Financial Standard, FS Aspire CPD, SelectingSuper, SelectAdviser, SuperGuard360, Industry Moves, The Sustainability Report and Money magazine.