Euromoney is run by an experienced team of corporate and divisional executive directors.
Andrew Rashbass joined Euromoney in 2015.
Before that, Andrew was the chief executive of Reuters, part of Thomson Reuters. Before joining Reuters, he spent 15 years at The Economist Group where he was chief executive, and before that, publisher of The Economist.
Earlier in his career, he worked at Associated Newspapers, and Andersen Consulting.
Diane Alfano is Chairman and CEO of Institutional Investor LLC. Diane is also a Director of several subsidiary firms including the Centre for Investor Education Pty. Ltd., Zanbato, Inc. and Institutional Investor Zanbato UK Ltd.
Diane joined the company in 1984 and in 2000 she became the first woman appointed to the Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC Board serving until 2016. Diane directly oversees all divisions of Institutional Investor.
She is a graduate of Tufts University in Boston where she earned a BA in Political Science and French. While at Tufts, she studied at the Institut d'Etudes des Sciences Politiques and La Sorbonne.
Bashar AL-Rehany is the Chairman of Euromoney’s Investment Research Division and Chief Executive Officer of BCA Research (BCA).
He has been CEO of BCA since 2003 and joined Euromoney in 2006 through the acquisition of Metal Bulletin plc which included BCA. He is based in Montreal.
Before joining BCA, Bashar spent six years as CEO of Bridge Information Systems Canada and Dow Jones Markets Canada. Prior to that he spent 13 years at Reuters. He holds a diploma in Mathematics & Computer Science from Teesside Polytechnic.
Tim Bratton joined Euromoney in 2016 as the company’s first General Counsel.
Tim spent most of his pre-Euromoney career at the Financial Times where he served as General Counsel for ten years between 2003 and 2013 having joined FT.com in 2000.
Between leaving the FT and joining Euromoney, Tim spent three years on the management team of a successful early-stage legal services business where he built and led the sales function.
Tim trained as a lawyer at Denton Hall (now Dentons) and has an LLB in Law from Durham University.
Raju Daswani heads Euromoney’s price reporting division, including the MB Group and RISI. Raju joined Metal Bulletin in 1995 and was based in New York from 1998 to 2002.
Before joining Metal Bulletin, Raju spent three years at British Alcan (now part of Rio Tinto Alcan) as a business and marketing analyst. He has a BSc in Economics with Accounting & Finance from the London School of Economics.
Christopher Fordham was appointed as Euromoney’s Managing Director, Corporate Development in January 2016.
From October 2012 Christopher was Managing Director, and for twelve years previous to this, he was the company’s Development Director, responsible for its acquisitions. He was also Divisional Director for many of the group’s acquired businesses such as Metal Bulletin, Gulf Publishing, Ned Davis Research and Total Derivatives.
Before Euromoney, Christopher worked at The Economist Group and then at Haymarket Publishing for over a decade, first as Publisher of Campaign magazine and subsequently as Head of Development. He has also worked as a journalist in South Africa for the Rand Daily Mail.
He has an MA in History from Cambridge and an MBA from Ashridge Management College.
Gillian Fox is the group’s Global HR Director. She joined the company in July 2016.
Gillian has over 20 years’ experience in global HR including generalist and talent roles, and has worked in different sectors with companies such as Allen & Overy, RBS, Friends Life and Reckitt Benckiser. She also ran her own consulting business.
Gillian has a BA(Hons) from Stirling University in Business Studies & Business Law.
Rosalind Irving is Divisional Director responsible for many of Euromoney’s events businesses including TelCap, Euromoney Conferences, Metal Bulletin Events, Mining Indaba and Euromoney Financing Events. She joined Euromoney in 2009.
Before joining Euromoney, Ros spent 15 years working for IIR, Risk Magazine and Eurofinance.
Colin Jones is the group's Finance Director. He is a chartered accountant.
Colin joined the company in 1996. During his career at Euromoney he was based in New York from 2000 to 2006.
Before joining Euromoney, Colin spent 15 years at Price Waterhouse (now PwC) where his experience included audit, technology and systems, mergers & acquisitions and corporate strategy. He has a BSc in Economics & Accounting from Bristol University.
John runs Euromoney’s Banking & Finance Division which comprises Euromoney, Euromoney Learning, Asiamoney, GlobalCapital and IMN.
He joined Euromoney Learning as a graduate in 1994. In 1998 he became Associate Publisher of Euromoney.com. In the early 2000’s John ran the Frankfurt office of Publicitas, and then his own media representation company which had Euromoney as a client. He assumed responsibility for EuroWeek in 2006 and built it out into GlobalCapital, a news and data service.
John has a double honours BA from UEA in German Language and History.
Aloisio Parente joined Internet Securities in 1997, which two years later was acquired by Euromoney. In 2007 he became Managing Director of CEIC Data, a company which Euromoney had acquired in 2005. During his career at Euromoney he has been based in São Paulo, Boston, London, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Before joining Euromoney, Aloisio worked in various media and technology companies in Brazil. He has a BA degree in Marketing from ESPM in Brazil.
Andrew is the group’s Chief Information Officer.
Andrew joined Euromoney in 2017. Prior to joining Euromoney, Andrew worked for Associated & Northcliffe Media for 24 years and after that as a consultant.
Andrew began his career at Barclays Bank.
Jane Wilkinson is the group’s Chief Marketing Officer.
Jane was appointed Chief Marketing Officer in 2016. She joined Euromoney in 2000. Before joining Euromoney, she spent ten years at IPC Media.
Jane has a BA in Geography and Politics from London University.
Danny Williams is Divisional Director for the Specialist Information Division, which includes Insurance Insider, IJGlobal, Airfinance, Euromoney TradeData, Legal Media Group and other specialist businesses. He joined the company in 2006 as Publisher of Legal Media Group.
Before joining Euromoney, Danny was head of business development for the tax division of LexisNexis UK. He started his career in business journalism. He has a first-class degree from the University of Cambridge.
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