Isabelle Clary

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Isabelle Clary
Occupation Reporter
Employer Pensions & Investments
Location New York, NY USA

Isabelle Clary is a reporter with Pensions & Investments covering trading and technology from the publication's New York office.[1][2]


Clary joined Pensions & Investments from Financial News, where she was U.S. trading and technology editor. Previously, she was markets editor for Securities Industry News[3]. She also was with Reuters for seven years, as head of the financial desk in Paris and Federal Reserve correspondent in New York.

She covered the U.S. Treasury market for Knight-Ridder Financial, and started her career as correspondent for United Press International in Indonesia.


Clary holds the equivalent of a masters in economics with a specialization in capital markets from the Institut Superieur de Gestion in Paris.


  1. Isabelle Clary. Pension & Investments.
  2. P&I Names Executive Editor, Trading Reporter. Pensions & Investments.
  3. Isabelle Clary. Securities Industry News.
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