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    Jonathan Clare, chairman of Newgate Communications, completed his 12th Marathon last Sunday. Here's his summary of the event: Another year, another marathon in aid of Spinal Research to fund research programmes to find a cure for broken necks and backs – devastating injuries that paralyse people like my brother and put them in a wheelchair for life. I’m trying to keep warm in the cold when I see a woman walking towards me who looks very familiar. She catches my eye and smiles. Knock me down with a feather – it’s Paula Radcliffe. That augurs well for a great race.After a slow start – 50-odd seconds to get over the line – we’re off. Celeste spots me at Tower Bridge but I miss her. In previous years I’ve given her a quick kiss to huge cheering, and her embarrassment. I’m pulling consistent miles at around 6 minutes 45 seconds and make halfway in less than 1.30.00. By mile 19 the speed is bleeding off though. I’m only making around 7 minutes 15 seconds. It’s decision time: try to pick the pace up but risk blowing up or pull back and run strong and consistently. It’s the latter, and I cross the line in 3 hours 6 minutes and 5 seconds. Not bad for 60, and my third or fourth best time. Spinal Research is a truly worthwhile cause. If you want to make a donation it’s not too late. The website is:
Posted: May 6, 2015, 9:22 am
Newgate Communications is delighted to have been shortlisted for the prestigious EMEA Corporate Agency of the year category by Holmes Report, the global authority on the PR industry. Holmes Report stated, "Newgate has emerged as one of the world’s fastest-growing PR firms, with a global footprint that now spans the UK, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. Despite its strengths in such traditional areas as corporate and financial, Newgate’s integrated approach lends itself to the view that audiences are now inter-linked, demand a response from one team that can manage relationships with business, investors, politicians and consumers- worldwide. The firm also takes a campaigning approach to issues, helping companies develop a point of view in such industries as financial services, retail and energy." Deborah Saw, Senior Partner commented, "when an authority such as the Holmes Report recognises an agency's expertise, it is a testimony to over three years' hard work on our part. We are proud to be recognised as a peer to some of the most established agencies around."
Posted: May 6, 2015, 8:46 am
With the results fresh in from the most unpredictable general elction in living memory, it is time to work out what happens next. Even if a Government has been formed, how solid will it be? What will happen to the losers, the minority parties, the influx of new MPs including upwards of 50 from the SNP? Is the PM after next going to be Boris Johnson? Is the UK going to essentially be run from Edinburgh? What does this mean for the City and business?   Who: Francis Elliott, Political Editor of The Times; Brian Wilson, former Labour cabinet minister When: Wednesday 20th May, 8:15am arrival for 8:30am start, Finish 10:00am Where: Skylight City Tower, 50 Basinghall Street RSVP:    
Posted: May 5, 2015, 9:03 am
9 March 2015 – Newgate Communications (‘Newgate’) has been appointed to support the launch of a new UK-wide Business and Retail challenger bank. Civilised Bank this month announced that it has secured initial funding ahead of its expected launch later this year. CivilisedBank will focus initially on small and medium-sized businesses and their owners, offering both business and retail banking products and services. It will not have branches but will operate through a network of Local Bankers backed by an innovative yet tried and tested technology platform being rolled out for the first time in the UK. Newgate, along with its sister advertising agency 21:12, has been working with the team behind CivilisedBank for many months ahead of the recent announcement. The Newgate team is led by Partners Alistair Kellie and Jason Nisse, supported by Sophie Morello and Ian Schofield. Chris Jolly, Chairman, CivilisedBank said: “Newgate’s understanding of the banking market and the challenges of launching a new venture have been invaluable as we have been developing CivilisedBank. They have worked highly effectively as part of a close knit team enabling us to reach this critical milestone.” Alistair Kellie, Partner at Newgate Communications, said: “CivilisedBank promises to be at the forefront of a new generation of 21st Century banks which are fair, transparent and responsible. Working with our colleagues at 21:12, we have been able to get under the skin of this project and are excited to have been able to support this challenger bank’s development.” CivilisedBank will initially target owner-managers of medium-sized UK businesses by offering business current accounts with deposits, transaction banking, overdrafts, foreign currency exchange, investments, savings and loans. It will also address the UK mass retail market with specific savings and investment products. -Ends- For more information, please contact: Alistair Kellie or Jason Nisse at or 020 7680 6550
Posted: March 10, 2015, 12:27 pm
General Election 2015   The only thing anyone can predict about the May election is that its outcome is unpredictable. How influential will UKIP be? Or the Greens? Or the SNP? Can either Cameron or Miliband create a stable coalition? Or will we be facing two elections in one year for the first time since 1974? Unpicking this conundrum and suggesting how we can prepare for that uncertainty are thre experts: Anne McElvoy, Public Policy Editor, The Economist Peter Riddell CBE, Director of the Institute of Goverment Melanie Baker, Chief UK Economist, Morgan Stanley   Venue: Skylight City Tower,  50 Basinghall Street, London, EC2V 5DE When: Tuesday 3rd March, 6:15pm for 6:30pm-8:00pm   RSVP:
Posted: February 6, 2015, 2:35 pm
Posted: December 3, 2014, 6:14 pm
Tuesday 9th December 20148.15am for 8.30am start Infrastructure is now the number one concern for UK chief executives. The roads, rail, airports, broadband network, energy supply, sewers – the list is endless of areas of concern. Yet attempts to get marquee projects like HS2 and even localised programmes off the ground have been stymied by bureaucracy and nimbyism. But what can be done, and what should be done?Lord Adonis, Labour’s spokesman on infrastructure, Terry Morgan, chairman of Crossrail and Ken Cronin, chief executive of onshore oil and gas trade body UKOOG will lead an informed debate on the problems…and the solutions. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to: theviewfromthebridge@newgatecomms.comVenue:Sky Light City Tower, 50 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5DE  
Posted: November 12, 2014, 3:27 pm
Newgate Communications is pleased to announce the merger with PPS Group Limited (“PPS”) a leading independent consultancy focusing on reputation management, community engagement and political consensus building particularly as regards major infrastructure and complex property development projects.Commenting on the deal Porta Chief Executive, David Wright said: “It has always been our strategy to build by way of acquisition particularly in areas where we see opportunities for faster growth. PPS has a proven track record in community engagement, coalition building and stakeholder communications which will combine well with Newgate’s corporate reputation management approach.”PPS managing director, Stephen Byfield, will become head of Newgate’s public affairs practice in London and Brussels working with Newgate’s managing partner, Deborah Saw. The new, combined business will employ 82 people in the UK.Stephen Byfield said, “PPS has been independent for nearly 25 years. We have achieved great things in that time but an injection of fresh capital and thinking is just what we need to foster our growth and innovation. I like the people at Porta and Newgate and have been very impressed with their straightforward, open approach. I can’t wait to get started in the new job.”Deborah Saw commented, “Newgate and PPS are very compatible businesses. We have a shared belief in integrated communications and the absolute need for companies to engage at the grassroots level. With PPS’ strength in the regions and Scotland we are now very well-placed to capitalise on moves to devolve further powers to those areas. We will be able to offer organisations a total communications approach which encompasses capital markets communications, corporate brand building and public affairs and regulatory locally, nationally and internationally.” For full details, please dowload the press release (link above) Enquiries: Porta Communications plc.www.portacomms.comDavid Wright, Chief ExecutiveGene Golembiewski, Finance Director+44 (0) 207 680 6500 PPS Group LimitedStephen Byfield+ 44 (0) 20 7529 1705+ 44 (0) 7836 611 Newgate CommunicationsDeborah Saw+44 (0) 20 7680 6552+44 (0)7903 849   
Posted: November 11, 2014, 9:51 am
Newgate Communications has opened an office in Beijing, China, and appointed David Schlesinger and Tom Grimmer as Senior Advisors to Newgate in Greater China.Newgate Hong Kong partner Grace Zhang will act as the Head of Newgate’s new Beijing office, further developing its growing business in Mainland China.Richard Barton, Newgate’s Managing Partner for Greater China, said, “Since our launch in Hong Kong in January 2013 we have made strong inroads into the Mainland China market across our corporate, financial and public affairs practices. Grace Zhang has a strong track record in advising both local and multinational corporate clients and will drive forward our development in Beijing.“As we continue to hire in both Hong Kong and Beijing, we are also delighted that David Schlesinger and Tom Grimmer have joined us as senior advisors. Both have been at the cutting edge of journalism, communications and business in the People's Republic of China. Their insights and advice on business and communications in China are proving to be an invaluable resource for our fast-growing global client roster.” Please download our press release above for full information. Enquiries: Richard Barton, Managing PartnerT: +852 9301 2056E: Grace Zhang, PartnerT: +852 6756 1127 / +86 186 1420 1027E: 
Posted: October 20, 2014, 3:42 pm
Sister agencies Newgate Communications and Thirteen Communications have won an integrated corporate and consumer PR brief for a major new London development at Silvertown, East London.The contract awarded by The Silvertown Partnership, a consortium of specialist property developers First Base Ltd, Chelsfield and Macquarie Capital, will be to lead communications for the £3.5bn development.Newgate Communications and Thirteen Communications will develop the Silvertown brand in a multi-focused strategy involving international and UK media, thought leadership platforms, events and brand amplification.The 62 acre Crossrail-served site includes the iconic Millennium Mills, one of the great East London landmarks, which has lain derelict for decades, only seen being seen in art house films and music videos.Part of the remit will be to support the partnership’s drive to attract powerhouse global businesses to locate in London’s ‘New East End’, alongside start-ups from the creative, media and technology industries.The account will be led by Andrew Baiden, CEO of Thirteen Communications (consumer) and Deborah Saw, Newgate Communications managing partner (corporate).“To work on a project that is breathing new life into a part of East London is such a rare opportunity and a major story to tell," said Baiden. “The client has asked us to be as creative as the industry names who will be located here, so it is a wonderful canvas to work with”.“As London’s original industrial heartland, the history attached to the Royal Docks mean this is a major platform for London’s continued appeal to big brands and the corporate and stakeholder audience will be interested in how Silvertown will be differentiated by communications” said Saw. “It really is a mouth-watering prospect to work on a project that will transform an area creating a brand new district”.The agencies will work alongside the London Communications Agency which handles community communications.             - Ends- Further information: Deborah Saw: 07903849737 and Andrew Baiden 07711407320   
Posted: October 17, 2014, 11:39 am
Newgate Communications is a fast-growing international communications consultancy that specializes in corporate communications & corporate reputation building, capital market communications & financial media relations, public policy & regulatory consultancy. We have offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Abu Dhabi, London, Frankfurt and Brussels.From our office in Hong Kong, Newgate advises clients across the full industrial spectrum on their communications needs in Asia.We take an holistic approach to all communications issues, addressing stakeholders including: customers; suppliers; distributors; employees; joint venture partners; shareholders, investors, the media, regulators; legislators; local community groups; activists; NGOs as well as business and trade organisations.In addition to significant experience with clients in the consumer, food & agri, gaming, and energy & resources sectors, we have a particularly strong reputation for our work with financial and professional services firms, covering accountancy, asset management, banking, business services, consulting, hedge funds, insurance, law firms, private equity, private wealth management and sovereign wealth.We also have an exceptional track record in advising around litigation and complex financial transactions across the region.Our team has well in excess of US$200 billion of accumulated transaction experience, spanning strategic M&A, hostile bids and defences, proxy battles, private equity investments, fund-raisings, debt restructurings and IPOs. RequirementAs we continue our expansion in Hong Kong we are hiring at the Senior Consultant and Associate Director levels.We are looking for self-motivated individuals with a proven track record in delivering first-class work and advice to their clients.The successful applicant will work across the full spectrum of corporate, financial and public affairs client work. He or she will be expected to independently manage and handle client work on a day-to-day basis, as well as participate in an array of business development and marketing activities.We are looking for candidates with:• 3-6 years of in-house or agency experience in Hong Kong• Proven leadership and project-management skills• Strong presentation and communications skills• Exceptionally good spoken and written English and Chinese• Strong networks with Chinese and English-language media• Excellent interpersonal skills, especially working with colleagues globally• A demonstrable track record as a team-playerApplicants should send a CV together with covering letter explaining your suitability for the role to  Work location: Central & Western AreaSalary: NegotiableEmployment Type: Full Time, PermanentBenefits: Dental insurance, Five-day work week, Medical insurance
Posted: September 29, 2014, 3:40 pm
Job title: ConsultantCompany: Newgate CommunicationsLocation: LondonSalary: Competitive “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”* Newgate Communications was set up to do great work for organisations that want to create compelling messages that resonate with the business community, investors and policy makers, and that will achieve enduring results. We are looking for potential leaders with two to three years’ agency experience who want to work in an ambitious enterprise whose management prizes individuals with intellectual curiosity and entrepreneurial spirit. If you want to love what you do, please send a copy of your CV along with a covering letter to with ‘Consultant’ in the subject line, by midday on Monday 17th November. *If it was good enough for Steve Jobs it’s good enough for us.
Posted: September 23, 2014, 4:05 pm
Newgate Communications is looking for an intern with excellent self-starting capabilities to support the public affairs team in a rapidly growing and dynamic business environment. For the right candidate, this would be a brilliant opportunity and an excellent launch pad into the world of politics and public affairs. We are looking for a candidate who has good analytical skills, excellent presentational skills and the ability to work well under pressure. We are also looking for someone with a well-developed level of intellectual curiosity and political knowledge and aptitude for networking. Computer-based and social media skills are all expected. The position will be initially for three months. Please reply with a covering letter and CV to Simon Nayyar at by 3 October.
Posted: September 22, 2014, 11:29 am
After many rumours and leaks, the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker finally unveiled today (10 September 2014) his team and the new shape of the next European Commission. Newgate's Samantha Seewoorsurran has given her take on the new Eurpean Commision for 2014-2019 (please see download). If you would like to discuss these further, please contact:Samantha SeewoosurrunPartner and Head of OfficeNewgate BrusselsTel: 00 322 511 6970Email:
Posted: September 18, 2014, 10:00 pm
In the Holmes Report's Agency Rankings for 2014, Newgate have been named the fastest growing PR agency in the UK, and second fastest growing agency globally. This is a tremendous achievement, and we are thrilled that our hard work over the past 2 years has been reflected so greatly. To see the Holme Report's Fast Movers in 2014, please click here.
Posted: July 13, 2014, 10:00 pm
We at Newgate are please to annouce that we have moved up in PRWeek's Top 150 UK PR Consultancies 2014 to 54th! We are delighted, and would like to thank the team for their hard work over the last year! To take a look at the Top 150, please click here.
Posted: July 9, 2014, 10:00 pm
On 4 June 2014, The Queen set out the Government's future legislative plans at the State Opening of Parliament. As the Government enters its final year before the general election, it has sought to present this legislation package as a programme to “secure the recovery for our country”, putting strong emphasis on measures which are unashamedly pro-work, pro-business and pro-aspiration.Arguably the headline measures of the speech revolve around reforms to the pension market. Two major Bills have been announced, one to give people greater freedom over how to access their Defined Contribution pension savings and the other to enable employers to establish pooled pension arrangements and encourage new “Defined Ambition” pensions. Other notable announcements include an Infrastructure Bill, which will reform planning law and open up access to shale and geothermal sites and the Childcare Payments Bill, to provide for a new scheme for tax-free childcare.A total of 11 bills were announced at the Speech (along with three draft Bills), representing the lowest number of Bills presented at a Queen’s Speech by the Coalition Government. Labour has highlighted this by claiming that the Coalition has become a “zombie government” which is lacking in energy and ideas.The Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister have sought to answer these claims by emphasising the boldness of the Government’s ground-breaking reforms as well as the maintenance and resilience of their governing partnership amid widespread doubts. Nevertheless, with this parliament entering its fifth year and against the backdrop of next year’s impending general election, the Speech has been notable for its limited scope and ambition, explained by the fact that the coalition is running out of common ground to bring forward new policy initiatives, and also finding it increasingly difficult to find new compromises on its key reforms.
Posted: June 4, 2014, 3:24 pm
Samsonite International S.A. (“Samsonite”), the world’s largest travel luggage company, has appointed Newgate Communications to advise it on its financial and corporate public relations in the United Kingdom and continental Europe. Samsonite is principally engaged in the design, manufacture, sourcing and distribution of luggage, business and computer bags, outdoor and casual bags, and travel accessories throughout the world, primarily under the Samsonite®, American Tourister®, Lipault®, High Sierra® and Hartmann® brand names and other owned and licensed brand names. The Group’s core brand, Samsonite, is one of the most well-known travel luggage brands in the world.
Posted: May 14, 2014, 12:55 pm
On 19 March 2014, the Chancellor George Osborne delivered his fifth Budget statement, which he described as a Budget for “building a resilient economy” and pledged to help “the makers, the doers and the savers”.Osborne made his announcement against the backdrop of improving but uneven growth figures. The OBR’s forecasts for GDP growth have been revised up for the current as well as the next two (although longer-term growth forecasts have actually been revised down). Despite the positive news on growth, the Chancellor made the case for deficit reduction continuing to be his top priority and stated that “faster growth alone will not balance the books”. He said that more hard decisions and more cuts were needed and it was only the current government that has the credibility to deliver them and ensure “economic security for the people of Britain”. The figures are from the – obviously – independent OBR, but it won’t be too much of a stretch of the imagination to see Budget pundits speculating tonight and tomorrow that this is a rather convenient justification of the essential strategy behind next year’s General Election campaign, namely not to risk the recovery by handing back the keys to the people who crashed the proverbial car in the first place.As with Osborne’s previous Budget statements since 2010, the overall impact of the measures is intended to be fiscally neutral. Therefore there was little wriggle room for the Chancellor and despite the headline (and extensively pre-briefed) measure on raising the Personal Allowance on income tax to £10,500, there were no major announcements on tax cuts or on spending. What there was was the clearest possible restatement of the Cameron-Osborne message that the Government continues to be on the side of hardworking and aspirational people. In Osborne’s own words: “support for savers is at the centre of this Budget”. This support comes in the form of a package to increase the simplicity and generosity of ISAs, reforms to the tax rate on savings income and measures to scrap the compulsory annuities for pensions to allow people far more freedom to choose what they do with their pension pots.As the penultimate budget before the next election, the political narrative of the Chancellor’s statement – entirely focused on positioning the current Government as the ones with the serious plan for the country, as opposed to any incoming alternative, who would squander the economic recovery through reckless spending – was clearly evident.  Indeed the statement was littered with measures, designed to create dividing lines and force the Official Opposition into positions that might highlight its lack of fitness for office and lack of willingness to take tough decisions on spending: examples of these could be found in the proposed creation of a new “Charter for Budget Responsibility” and new details on the much talked about welfare cap, which will both be subject to upcoming parliamentary votes.In spite of all the recent frenzied speculation, there were absolutely no signs from Osborne today (from a Chancellor who is political down to his fingertips) of a ‘rabbit out of the hat’ or a headline grabbing pre-election ‘giveaway’ designed to appeal to core or swing voters. Indeed there wasn’t a hint about what such a measure may even look like. It remains to be seen if Osborne will suddenly unearth a nugget in his treasure chest in 12 months’ time. Labour’s response was almost entirely focused on the issue of living standards, with Ed Miliband’s statement that “the working people of Britain are worse off under the Tories” being largely reminiscent of the arguments made in last year’s Autumn Statement. For many observers, it is arguable that the battle lines have already been drawn, with the two competing narratives – the economy and deficit on the one hand, the cost of living on the other –defining the political battleground from now until the next election is called. 
Posted: March 19, 2014, 6:01 pm
Job title:               Account ExecutiveCompany:           Newgate CommunicationsLocation:              LondonSalary:                 Competitive “Work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”**If it was good enough for Steve Jobs it’s good enough for us. Job DetailsWe are looking for a motivated, energetic and confident individual to join our London public relations team as an Account Executive.This is a valuable opportunity for someone seeking to start a career in public relations and communications and an ideal role for someone who has a strong academic background. You will be working on a range of accounts which encompass financial and corporate public relations.Activities will include: media monitoring, media relations, research, account administration and support. Requirements Excellent written communication skills Good interpersonal skills and experience of working in a team Strong understanding of digital media Computer skills: MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel To apply for this position, please send a copy of your CV along with a covering letter to by midday on Monday 3rd March Please note: All applicants must be available for an assessment day in London on Friday 7th March 
Posted: February 14, 2014, 11:50 am
 Three months of political turmoil in Thailand may come to a head this Sunday when Thais go to the polls and vote in the General Election. The political and social unrest there has  to benefitted  neighbouring economies, as investors take their money from the country, companies re-consider their operations there and tourists avoid Bangkok.  Catriona Foyle from Newgate Singapore weighs up the impact on the country and the region. IntroductionThere is a heightened level of global interest in Thailand at the moment due to the political unrest and the upcoming election this weekend, with its possible outcomes for the country and region. As well as the tensions that the protests are creating for the Thai population, the current instability has the potential to have a serious economic impact, not only for the country itself, but also for the significant number of multinational businesses with operations in Thailand, with neighbouring economies already starting to see the benefit as investors look elsewhere. This briefing paper provides some background and analysis on the current situation, which looks set to continue. For full report, please download the briefing paper via the link in the top right corner.
Posted: January 30, 2014, 1:30 pm
Abu Dhabi Racing, an Abu Dhabi-based company working on a number of initiatives designed to bolster the emirate’s presence in global motorsport, has appointed Newgate Communications as its retained adviser on all aspects of its public relations strategy. Through strategic partnerships Abu Dhabi Racing is working to dually promote Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, as a racing destination for motorsport and provide the next crop of Emirati motorsport drivers with viable avenues for professional participation in global events, including off-road and circuit-based disciplines. As chairman of Abu Dhabi Racing, Sheikh Khalid bin Faisal Al Qassimi was instrumental in establishing a new partnership with Citroën Racing, multiple World Rally Championship-winning manufacturers. Under the five year partnership, a new Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team has been created to compete in the FIA World Rally Championship. Rami Joudi, Public Relations Manager of Abu Dhabi Racing, said "Newgate Communications delivered a compelling proposal which we felt reflected our business priorities and the team demonstrated a thorough understanding of our needs. We look forward to working with them." Habib Bacha, head of Newgate Communications FZ-LLC, said "We are very excited to be working on such a prestigious assignment to promote Abu Dhabi as a racing destination, with the support of the Newgate international network." - Ends - Enquiries: Byron Ousey, Partner Tel: +44 (0)20 7680 6550 Newgate Communications  
Posted: January 30, 2014, 1:00 pm
We are delighted that our Newgate offices in the Asia-Pacific region have been ranked number 8 on their league table for 2013. For the full report, please see the link below.
Posted: January 22, 2014, 8:32 am
2013 was an eventful year for European stock exchanges – with a deluge of regulatory changes and M&S activity - and 2014 promises to be just as active. To assess what this means for the landscape of European exchanges, Newgate Communications has brought together  a high powered panel of speakers from the London Stock Exchange, NASDAQ OMX, SunGard Financial Systems and Oliver Wyman for View From the Bridge: European Exchanges, are there more changes in the air?Timing: 8:15 am for 8:30 am Wednesday 29 JanuaryLocation: Newgate Communications, 33 King William Street, London EC4R 9ASPanel: Benjamin Smith Partner, Oliver Wyman FS Charlotte Crosswell Chief Executive, NASDAQ OMX NLX Cecile Nagel Head of Strategic Planning, London Stock Exchange Group Philippe Carré Global Head of Connectivity, SunGard Financial SystemsIf you would like to attend please contact
Posted: January 16, 2014, 1:22 pm
As part of the fast developing expansion of its international network, Newgate Communications (part of Porta) this week opened an office in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”).   The office, located in the Abu Dhabi Media Zone Authority, is headed by Habib Bacha, a Lebanese national who has extensive consultancy experience in the region.  Habib will liaise closely with Byron Ousey, Partner in the Newgate London office, who has more than twenty years’ experience of working in the region.  Newgate Abu Dhabi has already won its first client with the launch of Eurisbank, an Islamic financial services group. 
Posted: December 11, 2013, 9:45 am


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