WRITER - REPORTER - COLUMNIST
Maureen Nevin, under the byline Maureen Nevin Duffy, writes about Wall Street issues for numerous publications, including Risk Professional and Institutional Investor magazines.
She wrote the Sunday radio column, Radio Somewhere, for the Asbury Park Press, part of the Gannett Corporation. She also created and hosted Asbury Radio, a weekly talk show over 88.1 FM and web site (www.asburyradio.com). Asbury Radio - the Radio Voice of Asbury Park broadcast live for 6 1/2 years on WYGG, a station launched by Abner Luima. Nevin still blogs on local issues at the same website.
Nevin is also the founding editor and publisher of the highly praised Corporate Governance Fund Report, a monthly newsletter covering the investment activities of proactive investors, and the soon to be launched Turnaround Tactician, a monthly newsletter that tracks the stocks active investors are buying.
She has reported on human interest, business and investment themes, for more than 20 years, earning eight journalism awards, including a 1996 National Press Club First Place Award for Consumer Journalism. Among her writing credits: Nevin wrote From Performance Presentation to Attribution: A Long Hard Ride, the introductory chapter for Emanuel Acar's Added Value in Financial Institutions (Pearson, 2001), and Bryan Burrough, co-author of Barbarians at the Gate, wrote of Nevin's exposť of American Express' newsletter scam in his book, Vendetta - American Express and The Smearing of Edmond Safra (HarperCollins, 1992).
Nevin began reporting on financial derivatives while living in London in the early 1990s. Her work has appeared in Risk, Investors Chronicle, Global Investor, The New York Times, The Boston Herald, Money, USA Today, Crains NY Business, The American Banker, Barron's and NJ Monthly.
Nevin lives on Deal Lake in Asbury Park, New Jersey, where she is a member of the Tri-Muse fiction writers group. Her TV pilot, Ocean Mile, was presented in a staged reading, in September of 2005. Her poetry is published in Poems for Chocolate Lovers (Tri-Muse, 2004) and Spindrift (Northwind Publishing, 2006). She can be reached at 732-774-3510 or firstname.lastname@example.org.