Communications today is instantaneous and permanent and companies are dealing daily with numerous challenges and situations which attract attention from diverse audiences and create lingering perceptions. In the past, yesterday’s news wrapped the fish and chips, today it is forever and indelibly logged on the web. Increasingly, both internal factors such as strategy, restructurings, acquisitions, divestments and succession, and external factors like the economy, politics, traditional and social media have an immediate impact on a company’s reputation and valuation. Every action creates its own specific communications requirement; consistent messages must be delivered across all stakeholder groups in multiple markets at the same time.
In this ever evolving landscape, Chandos Communications provides proactive strategic financial communications advice to international companies and institutions to ensure they successfully meet today’s communications challenges and ultimately, achieve their business objectives. Chandos advises senior management and works alongside their communications teams in building long-term relationships which help deliver on their strategic agenda. The team takes a pragmatic and holistic approach to communications to make sure its clients’ core story is heard and understood by their key target audiences within the global investor community.
“The strength of our client relationships depth and the breadth of our recognised skills and ability in acting across borders sets Chandos Communications apart from most UK based consultancies – we know from real life experience what works and what doesn’t.”
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She was previously a partner at CNC Communications which she joined after 11 years at leading international firm M: Communications. At M: she headed the M&A and restructuring communications, issues and crisis management practices.
Previously Louise was a partner at Financial Dynamics where she was responsible for specific sector and European coverage. Before that she ran worldwide corporate relations at Visa International based out of the US and international communications at British Airways. Louise also founded and ran her own financial and corporate communications consultancy – AKKA, in Paris – which became one of the foremost players in the French market.
Over the last 15 years, she has worked on mergers valued at more than €200bn and is ranked among the top 5 M&A communications advisers worldwide 2003-2015.
Prior to joining Chandos, she was a Director at CNC Communications and prior to that she held senior roles at M: Communications and Brunswick. Having started her career at Brunswick Group in 2006 she has worked across several geographies, being based in both Europe and the Middle East.
Teresa has advised international companies across multiple sectors. She has strong experience in leading multi-market projects and has held the overall responsibilities for managing client accounts with complex communications challenges, providing strategic input and overall communications advisory and well as financial and corporate media relations. Teresa has worked with clients on a wide range of transactions including IPOs and cross-border M&A as well as critical communications issues and strategic media and investor relations, crisis situations and corporate profile raisings.
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