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February 25th, 2019 – February Networking Night

*This event is only open to members in good standing. Guests may attend for a $15 fee, which must be paid in advance.

When: Monday, February25th, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Where: Members in good standing will be given the location for this event at the time they sign up.


January 16, 2019 – Annual Membership Meeting

Save the date for the NYFWA's annual membership meeting, where you can meet the members of the organization's new board and raise any topics you would like to discuss with the general membership. And of course, don't forget about the light food and opportunity to see and catch-up with your fellow NYFWA members!

When: Wednesday, January 16th, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Hilton New York Midtown, Concourse F

NYFWA Statement Regarding the 2018 Financial Follies

Some attendees of our Nov. 9 event took offense at certain parody songs that accompany the annual Financial Follies dinner. The NYFWA board wishes to make clear that was not our intention and we apologize for any offense taken.

Missed the Complete Lyrics to this Year's Financial Follies? Check Them Out Here

The Final Meltdown

To the tune of The Final Countdown by Europe



He’s our superhero
The real Iron Man
But one thing he’s lacking
Is attention span



Where are the aliens? Really odd that we see no sign of them.


His Trump-like gaslighting must stop
The midnight tweets (midnight tweets)
We need him to build some frickin’ cars

It's the final meltdown
The final meltdown


NYFWA Stands With America's Free Press

The New York Financial Writers' Association condemns acts of violence and harassment toward reporters. In a year where reporters have been shot, heckled, harassed and now, evacuated on live air due to bomb threats, we should all pause to remember the vital role the free press plays in our democracy – and our economy. President Donald Trump's hateful rhetoric toward the free press cannot become the new normal. NYFWA members stand with our fellow reporters. Journalists are not the enemy of the people. They are the people.

Rich Wilner Moves into PR

Longtime NYFWA member and former president, Richard Wilner, has taken a position at communications firm Sitrick and Company. 

Prior to his new position, Wilner spent 22 years at the New York Post -initially as a reporter, a position he held for 12 years, and then as Business Editor. 

Oct. 29, 2018 – The Financial Crisis Turns Ten: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

It's been ten years since the 2008 financial crisis shook Wall Street. The economic, social and political consequences continue to shape our world today, but how much has really changed since then? Could the events of 2008 someday repeat themselves? And what are the big stories journalists should be covering to spot signs of the next crisis before it boils over?

NYFWA Gears Up to Skewer Bankers, Executives & Politicians at 76th Financial Follies

For 365 days a year, we're all forced to swallow the painful reality of the daily news headlines like a bitter pill.

But at least one night a year, we're offered a spoonful of sugar to help that nasty medicine go down.

And what a spoonful of sugar it is!  Costumes.  Singing.  Dancing.  Pageantry.  Comedy –with an edge (a sharp edge!).  And the best food and drink that Manhattan can offer.

This year – November 9th is that night – and this year that sugar promises to be sweeter than ever!

Laura Keller Named Head of Content at Asset TV

NYFWA member and 2012 NYFWA Scholarship winner Laura Keller was recently named head of content at Asset TV. 

Prior to joining Asset TV, Keller was with Bloomberg.

Click here to read about her new role.