Daniel Rzasa

Business & Financial Journalist

London, UK

Daniel Rzasa

Financial and data journalist.


EU urged to get pensioners back in the workforce

Elderly people need to me more actively included in the EU labour market to. tackle Europe’s demographic problems. Link to Story

MEPs give green light to negotiate new fiscal discipline package

The European Parliament approved yesterday (13 June) an economic governance package that foresees setting up a redemption fund to help countries in financial trouble and gives more power to the EU to control national budgetary and economic policies (reporting from Strasbourg). Link to Story

Economists give Poland a thumbs up

The European Commission’s latest economic forecast ranked Poland as the. fastest developing EU member state in 2012, although it revised the country's. growth estimate downwards for 2013. But analysts appear much more optimistic. than the EU executive and insist that the Polish economy will do even better. Link to Story

Election observer sees democratic advance in Armenia

Commenting on the results of recently parliamentary elections in Armenia, analysts underscored democratic improvements and say the country may win more. Link to Story

Ukraine rejects accusation of racism in stadiums

A Ukrainian diplomat yesterday (5 June) slammed a BBC documentary depicting. the presence of racism and hatred at stadiums in his country. The documentary. was released just days before Friday's start of the Euro 2012 football cup, Link to Story

MEPs to pass economic governance ‘two-pack’

The new economic governance rules to strengthen eurozone budgetary. discipline, known as the ‘two-pack’, are expected to be passed in a vote. Link to Story


Daniel Rzasa

I am a financial and data journalist with extensive experience in data-driven reporting and data visualisation, news writing, online journalism (including SEO and social media), as well as managing a multimedia newsroom.

Currently I am a reporter at Citywire's magazine Modern Investor, writing features and data-driven stories on how institutional investors shif away from traditional asset classes into alternative investment universe.

I am also a member and lead writer at the Citywire Global WOW (Who Owns What) project, shortlisted for the Data Journalism Awards 2016 in the category 'open data'.

Previously I worked as rRporter on coal desk at Argus Media in London, Editor-in-Chief at in Warsaw ( I was also selected to participate in the EU Journalism Training at in Brussels, as well as in the Foreign Correspondents'​ Programme in Helsinki.

In my career I have interviewed Janusz Lewandowski, EU Commissioner for budgetary affairs; Alexander Stubb, Finland's Minister for European Affairs, who went on to become the country's PM; Jan Kulczyk, billionaire, the richest man in Poland; Artur Tomala, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs. I also interviewed managers and CIOs of some of the largest investment companies in the world, including CalPERS, Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites, Aviva, ERS Texas.

I graduated from City University London with MA in Financial Journalism and the Council of Europe's Visegrad School of Political Studies.



  • Data Visualisation
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Data Journalism
  • Digital Content
  • European Union
  • Interviews
  • Business Journalism
  • Financial Journalism
  • European Economy