Euromoney is run by an experienced team of corporate and divisional executive directors.
Andrew Rashbass joined Euromoney on October 1, 2015.
Between 2013 and 2015 Andrew was the Chief Executive of Reuters, the news division of Thomson Reuters, the global business information group.
Before joining Reuters, he spent 15 years at The Economist Group, where for the last five years he was chief executive, and before that, publisher of The Economist.
Earlier in his career, he worked at Associated Newspapers, and Andersen Consulting.
Christopher Fordham has been Euromoney’s Managing Director, Corporate Development, since January 2016.
From October 2012 he 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, he 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.
Colin Jones is the group's Finance Director and Chief Operating Officer. He is also a chartered accountant.
He joined the company in July 1996 and was appointed Finance Director in November 1996. During his career at Euromoney he was based in New York from 2000 to 2006.
Before joining Euromoney, he spent 15 years at Price Waterhouse where his experience included audit, technology and systems, mergers & acquisitions and corporate strategy. He has a BSc in Economics & Accounting from Bristol University.
Diane Alfano joined Institutional Investor in 1984. Ms. Alfano is a Divisional Director of Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC and a member of the Euromoney Executive Committee. In 2000, she became the first woman appointed to the Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC Board and she continues to serve as an Executive Director.
Diane directly oversees the non-publishing division of Institutional Investor which includes II Forums, II Memberships, and the Investor Intelligence Network as well as two recently acquired businesses, TTI Vanguard and the Centre for Investor Education. With offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Santa Monica and Melbourne, Institutional Investor’s non-publishing division employs 100 professionals dedicated to serving and connecting the global asset management community throughout its more than 100 exclusive face-to-face forums, roundtables and memberships as well as online through the Investor Intelligence Network.
Prior to joining Institutional Investor, Diane was a Sales Account Executive with the Burroughs Corporation. 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.
Neil Osborn has been a member of the Euromoney Board since 1988. He joined the group in 1983.
From 2002 to June 2011 he was a member of the Board of Directors of RBC Information Systems OJSC (parent company of RBC Group until mid-2010).
Neil began his media career as a reporter for the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, Virginia) in 1972. Later he transferred to the Liverpool Daily Post as a special correspondent, served as a senior editor of Institutional Investor magazine, as well as editor of the US issue of Euromoney magazine.
Neil graduated from Worcester College, Oxford University.
Jane Wilkinson joined Euromoney in 2000 and was appointed to the Board in 2007. She has held various roles within the company including Divisional Director for the Institutional Investor and Hedge Fund Intelligence publishing groups, and Chief Marketing Officer for the group. She is now Divisional Director for Euromoney Learning Solutions which runs over 700 courses globally each year.
Before joining Euromoney, Jane was Direct Marketing Director for IPC Media, running the direct sales operation for e-commerce, subscriptions and affinity marketing products. Earlier in her career she specialised in subscription marketing for financial newsletters and consumer magazines at Stonehart Publishing.
Jane has a BA in Geography and Politics from London University.
Bashar Al-Rehany was appointed to the Euromoney Board in November of 2009 and has held the position of Chief Executive Officer of BCA Research Inc. (BCA) since joining BCA in January 2003. BCA is one of the world's leading independent global investment research providers.
Prior to joining BCA, Bashar was President & Chief Executive Officer of Bridge Information Systems Canada Inc., an information, news and technology group that acquired Dow Jones Markets Inc. From October 1996, Bashar was President & Chief Executive Officer at Dow Jones Markets Canada Inc. Bashar spent 13 years at Reuters Holdings PLC in various sales and marketing roles until 1993 when he was made the Director of Sales and Customer Service in Canada.
He holds a degree in Mathematics & Computer Science from Teesside Polytechnic, England.
Christopher Garnett is responsible for many of the company’s capital markets, banking and emerging markets conferences. He runs Euromoney Conferences and LatinFinance. He has worked in various roles at Euromoney since 1988, including for much of the 1990s in the company’s book publishing arm. Between 1999 and 2003 he lived in Miami and was CEO of the group’s LatinFinance publishing and conferences – and now online – subsidiary.
Christopher is a graduate of Manchester and Edinburgh Universities, holding BA and MSc degrees in Literature. He is a British subject, married to a Peruvian and speaks Spanish and French.
Matthias Paul joined Euromoney as the CEO of their subsidiary Ned Davis Research early in 2015. Ned Davis Research is one of the leading independent investment research firm, well known for its quant- and data driven research approach serving the investment industry. The company is headquartered in Venice, Florida with offices in Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco and London.
Before joining Euromoney, Matthias spent three years as Global Managing Director at Interactive Data, overseeing their global managed financial solution business out of Frankfurt, Germany. Matthias also held a variety of senior management positions at Dow Jones & Company in Europe since 2004, and at vwd group, a European market data vendor. He started his career as a consultant at Boston Consulting Group in 1999.
Matthias holds a PhD degree in Cognitive Science from University of Edinburgh, an Executive MBA degree from Aston Business School, and a Masters degree in Mathematics and Philosophy from Bielefeld University, Germany.
Raju Daswani joined Metal Bulletin plc in 1995. When the business was acquired by Euromoney in 2006, he was appointed Divisional Director for the Metal Bulletin Information business and has served on Euromoney's Executive Committee since 2008.
The Division incorporates the brands of Metal Bulletin (est. 1913), American Metal Market (est. 1882) and Industrial Minerals and has over 160 employees located mainly in London, New York, Pittsburgh, Shanghai and Singapore.
Raju has had several roles within the organisation including a four-year secondment to its New York office as Metals Group Business Development Manager, Director of Metals Research and UK Commercial Director. As Divisional Director, Raju has overseen the evolution of traditional print magazine businesses into fully digital online information services.
Raju entered the metals and mining industry in 1992 at British Alcan (now part of Rio Tinto Alcan) as a Business and Marketing Analyst.
Raju graduated in 1991 from the London School of Economics with a BSc degree in Economics & Finance. Raju speaks regularly at the world's major metals and mining events and is a regular guest commentator on the markets for the BBC, CNBC and CNN.
Ben Jones joined Euromoney as Chief Technology Officer in 2011 and is a member of the Executive Committee.
He is responsible for technical operations and digital delivery across the group with teams in London, New York, Hong Kong, St Petersburg and Katowice. Ben has a degree in Classics from Bristol University and an MBA from Henley Management College.
Previously Ben was Head of Technology at Emap Plc, where he managed the technology for both the B2B and radio business divisions and he has also held roles as a management consultant at PriceWaterhouseCoopers and EDS.
Luke Gibson has been with Euromoney since 2004 and is Managing Director of Euromoney’s Specialist Events Group and a member of the Executive Committee.
Euromoney Specialist Events Group comprises four separate businesses that run 120 conferences in over 35 countries worldwide. Audiences range from 150 attendees to over 1000. Euromoney Seminars hosts events under its own brand and co-branded with the Airfinance, Trade Finance, Infrastructure Journal and Reactions business units of Euromoney. The Metals, Minerals and Mining events business consists of Metal Bulletin Events, American Metal Market Events and Industrial Minerals Events. The Coaltrans Conferences and Global Grain Events businesses are market leading specialist information providers in key commodities markets.
Luke read law at University College London and the Inns of Court School of Law. He was called to the Bar in 1994. He joined IIR conferences in 1995 before moving to Informa Group where he stayed for eight years. At Informa, Luke developed conferences on business management themes before moving to, and ultimately running, the Finance Division paving the way for a move to Euromoney.
Rosalind Irving joined Euromoney in 2009 and is Managing Director of TelCap as well as Divisional Director for Global Telecoms Business, the Mining Indaba which was acquired by Euromoney in July 2014, Structured Retail Products, Global Telecoms Business and Adhesion.
Before Euromoney, Rosalind worked at IIR, Risk Publications and Eurofinance first as a conference producer and later as a divisional manager. Over the last 20 years she has grown events businesses in different market sectors including derivatives, treasury, energy, architecture and technology for different types of events, from training courses to large-scale annual conferences and trade exhibitions.
Ros has a degree in Anthropology from the University of Durham.
John Orchard read German and History at UEA, Norwich, England, under the tutorship of the writer W.G. Sebald (Austerlitz, Rings of Saturn). More through happenstance than design, John took a German-speaking sales job at the training division of Euromoney after graduating in 1993 and has remained with the firm in one guise or another ever since. Switching to the publishing wing in 1998, John worked as Associate Publisher on Euromoney.com and subsequently at the flagship title, Euromoney, where he became Deputy Publisher.
In 2006 John became Managing Director of EuroWeek, the capital markets newspaper which is now at the core of ‘GlobalCapital’, a news and data platform launched in March 2014 also incorporating Asiamoney, Derivatives Week, and Total Securitization. John also launched GlobalRMB at this time, a unique product charting the internationalisation of the Yuan. In 2014 John assumed responsibility for Euromoney, the influential banking publication which has charted the rise of cross-border finance and its institutions since 1969.
Tony Shale rejoined Euromoney in 2002 – having previously been a journalist and editor for Euromoney magazine between 1985 and 1988 – and is a member of its Executive Committee. He serves as Chief Executive Officer for Asia with responsibility for overseeing and developing the company’s business and key client relationships in the Asia Pacific region. He is also a founder and member of the Asia Advisory Board and the Asia Management Committee.
Previously Tony was the founder and chairman of a number of Asia-focused financial media businesses including the Financial Intelligence Agency, INSTO, and Precinct Asia. He was also editor-in-chief of publications including Asia Risk Manager, Finance Asia, Asian Investor, Asian Debt Review and Financial Technology Asia. Earlier in his career Tony worked as an Asia-based freelance journalist for newspapers including the International Herald Tribune, the Sunday Times and the London Evening Standard. He also established a regional news and features agency in Tokyo and Hong Kong.
Tony holds a single honours degree in Modern History from St Catherine’s College at Oxford University and speaks Japanese.
Danny Williams joined Euromoney in 2006 and is a member of its Executive Committee. He serves as Managing Director for the Specialist Finance Publishing division which includes the Euromoney Insurance Group businesses, IJGlobal, Airfinance Journal, Trade Finance and FOW TradeData. Previously, Danny ran Euromoney’s Legal Media Group and Euromoney magazine.
Prior to joining Euromoney, Danny was head of business development for the tax division at LexisNexis UK. He started his career in a number of journalism roles.
Danny holds a first class degree from the University of Cambridge and speaks German and French.
In 1997, Aloisio Parente joined Internet Securities, Inc., 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. Headquartered in Hong Kong, CEIC Data is one of the world’s leading providers of global macroeconomic and industry data.
At Internet Securities, Aloisio started as Product Manager and later served as the Country Manager for Brazil, Managing Director of Asia, and Vice President of Product Development. Prior to joining Internet Securities, he co-founded a publishing business and an IT consulting firm.
Aloisio has a degree in Marketing from Escola Superior de Propaganda eMarketing in Brazil.
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