A Few Words

“If what people did in a garage was write, I’d be the content
mechanic you’d always want working on your content.”

Do You Need Content That Converts?

If there are two things I’m good at, it’s writing and breaking down complex subjects.
If nothing else, the ability to combine the two is what makes me a great freelance fintech writer; finance content needs that.
I’m Gabriel Onyango and I can help your brand digitally hard to ignore.

My Background and Experience

I have a background in business journalism, a bachelors in entrepreneurship and a passion for finance & tech.

I have worked as a business journalist, buried myself in digital marketing and started several small businesses along the way, I bring all that to the table.

This blend of skills and experience equips me to conduct in-depth research, as well as break down difficult fintech topics like water does to a sand castle.

Do you need a fintech writer who’s skilled, easy to work with and unafraid to dive deep for you?

What I Can Deliver

I guarantee that all content I craft for you will contain the following:

  • A catchy headline that is sure to catch attention.
  • A fun, interesting and engaging voice.
  • Researched, practical and actionable insights that readers can use.
  • Appropriate imagery i.e. infographics, charts, pictures.

Here's my portfolio

Gabriel was a delight to work with. Using only a light brief, Judopay received a fantastic piece of content with fresh research from the market, on-brand and with interesting infographics. I highly recommend.


Former Head of Marketing, Judopay, Current Brand Manager Virgin

I have worked with Gabriel for some time as I needed copywriting for the financial industry. His writing was always to the point, full of references, well structured and clear. He always delivered on time and on subject. Overall he is very professional and a great guy to work with. 

Sotiris Nossis, CEO PaymentComponents

Sotiris Nossis

CEO, PaymentComponents www.paymentcomponents.com

Fun Fact About Me

Having spent my whole life in a coastal city (the beach was a 20-min-walk away), at 19, I decided I wanted to make a 'fortune' as a  farmer. With a tongue of gold, I managed to convince my mom to give me a 'small' loan, took a break from college and off I went to shovel manure for a living. Considering you've not seen any pictures of broccoli and spinach here...yet. You can guess how that venture turned out.