Newgate Communications was established to respond to the dramatic shifts in the business environment. Our philosophy is based on total communications – cutting through convention to recognise that, thanks to social media and the speed of communications, all of an organisation’s audiences are now inter-linked and demand a response from one team that can engage and manage relationships with business, investors, politicians and consumers – worldwide.

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Newgate Threadneedle is one of London’s leading providers of Financial PR. The agency was established to advise organisations that want to create compelling messages that resonate with the business community, investors and other key financial stakeholders, and that achieve enduring results.   They are looking for a positive and proactive candidate who wants to start their career within 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 opportunities@newgatethreadneedle.com, addressed to Heather Armstrong, with ‘Account Executive’ in the subject line.  
Posted: September 9, 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 Executive Company:           Newgate Communications Location:              London Salary:                 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 Details We 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 newfuturesuk@newgatecomms.com 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.   Introduction There 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.   http://www.mergermarket.com/pdf/Mergermarket.2013.PRAdvisorM&ATrendReport.pdf
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 January Location: Newgate Communications, 33 King William Street, London EC4R 9AS Panel: 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 Systems If you would like to attend please contact  kate.cockerill@newgatecomms.com
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
On 5 December 2013, the Chancellor George Osborne delivered the Autumn Statement to Parliament in which he stated that "Britain’s economic plan is working", adding that the "hard work of the British people is paying off". For the first time since becoming Chancellor, Osborne has been able to provide an economic statement to the House of Commons against the backdrop of rising growth forecasts. The OBR has revised up its estimated growth for 2013 from 0.6 per cent (back in March) to 1.4 per cent and upwardly revised GDP forecasts for the next four years. The OBR delivered more good news on borrowing, with the figures for the deficit being revised down from 7.5 per cent of GDP to 6.8 per cent, and a revised forecast that means the Government will bring the budget into balance one year early. Osborne used these figures as vindication of the Government’s economic strategy and indeed reported the OBR’s forecasts as "the hard evidence that shows our economic plan is working". He added that critics – and, in particular, the Official Opposition – who had argued that there would be no growth whilst the Government was pursuing its plan of fiscal consolidation "have been proved comprehensively wrong". However, despite the improved GDP and borrowing figures, the Chancellor was keen to stress that the job is not done; noting that the deficit was still too high and there would need to be further difficult decisions in order to bring it down and deliver the "responsible recovery". Emphasis was placed on securing the economy for the long term, which involved announcements regarding more capital spending on infrastructure, energy, reforms to education and business taxation. One particular area of long-term Government spending which the Chancellor sought to address concerned the basic state pension, and Osborne outlined plans to increase the state pension age in order to guarantee that it remained affordable despite the predicted demographic changes in coming decades. Whilst there were a few measures designed to demonstrate the Government are on the side of hardworking people (most of which had been trailed prior to the Chancellor’s Statement), involving free school meals, marriage tax allowances and limits on energy bill rises, there were no significant measures on tax cuts or spending increases. This was largely expected. With 18 months and two Budgets to go before the election, Osborne was not under any pressure to make any big eye catching announcements or political gestures which attempted to match Labour’s proposals to address the cost of living crisis. He want, and arguably needs, to show he’s not taking risks with the recovery or making partisan political capital out of it. 5 December 2013 The political message of the Chancellor’s statement was almost entirely focused on positioning the current Government as the ones with the serious plan for the country, as opposed to any incoming Labour Government, who would squander the economic recovery through reckless spending. Indeed, it could be argued that Osborne’s election strategy depends on persuading the British people that big fiscal and economic dangers remain and that voters cannot afford to take a risk with Labour in 2015. Conversely, the Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, who in his response accused the Chancellor of "utterly breath taking complacency", sought to focus on the issue of falling living standards for the majority of working people under the Coalition Government over the past three years. These two narratives – the economy and deficit on the one hand, the cost of living on the other – are likely to define the political battleground for the next 18 months. It is up to the British public which set of issues are deemed more important.
Posted: December 5, 2013, 5:40 pm
Robert Walters Plc, has appointed Newgate Communications as retained adviser on financial and corporate PR, following a competitive pitch process. Robert Walters is one of the world’s largest specialist professional recruitment consultancies. With an international office footprint of 53 offices spanning 24 countries, the Group manages the careers of the highest calibre permanent, contract and interim professionals across the disciplines of accounting & finance, banking, engineering, human resources, information technology, legal, sales & marketing, secretarial & support and supply chain & procurement. Fergus Wylie, Newgate Communications said, "We are delighted to be working with Robert Walters. It’s a global brand that has established itself as a market leader in the specialist professional recruitment space and we are looking forward to supporting them as they continue to grow their business." Stephen Edwards, Group Marketing Director at, Robert Walters Plc said, "Newgate Communications delivered a proposition which we felt reflected our global business priorities and the team demonstrated a thorough understanding of our business and our sector as a whole. We look forward to working with the team." The core account team at Newgate Communications is Fergus Wylie, James Benjamin, Sophie Morello and Madeleine Palmstierna. -Ends- For further information: Newgate Communications Fergus Wylie                     0207 680 6550 James Benjamin               0207 680 6550
Posted: November 28, 2013, 4:07 pm
In the recently published Mergermarket PR advisor rankings for the first nine months of 2013 Newgate Communications is 18th in the world and in number 18 globally, and number 5 in the Asia-Pacific market, excluding Japan.   This is a notable achievement as Newgate was only established two years ago and its operations in Asia Pacific started ten  months ago when Newgate Communications Hong Kong opened its doors and since then offices have been opened in Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.   Newgate’s success is based on recruiting the best talent in each market . Our consultants have worked on the largest and highest-profile IPO and M&A projects regionally and globally and are well-equipped to advise on all aspects of capital markets transaction communications, as well as investor relations.   Please see the link below for the full report and our table rankings: http://www.mergermarket.com/pdf/Mergermarket.Q1-Q32013.PRAdvisorM&ATrendReport.pdf                                              
Posted: October 23, 2013, 12:34 pm
  The Holmes Report says we are one of the fastest growing international PR companies and we are certainly growing in Germany. In fact PR Week says we are one of the companies to watch. We are looking for consultants who are energetic and intellectually-curious who are interested in business, politics and know what’s on the media’s  agenda.  You need to be a self-starter because we are building the Frankfurt office and at the moment it’s a small team but you will be a really important part of our success . You also need to have an excellent command of written and spoken German as well as the ability to translate well from German to English.  The ability to stay calm under pressure is important but so is wanting to be an integral part of a growing team. Here’s some more detail but if you are interested send your resume and a covering letter to newfuture@newgatecomms.com
Posted: October 21, 2013, 9:19 am
London, 6 August 2013 – Porta Communications plc is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, Newgate Communications ("Newgate"), the world’s fastest growing strategic communications consultancy (as reported in The Holmes Report, the leading international trade publication), has commenced trading in Australia through a new subsidiary, Newgate Australia, after recruiting, what the Group’s Board of Directors consider to be, some of the country’s most experienced communications and market research professionals. The start-up team which currently comprises 20 consultants, and which is expected to rise to nearer 30 in the short term, is already assisting clients with some of Australia’s highest profile corporate and government enterprises and projects. Brian Tyson, Managing Partner, and Felicity Allen, Deputy Managing Partner, will spearhead the new venture, with Sue Vercoe heading the market and social research division, Newgate Research.  Other key partners on the team include corporate and financial communication specialists Greg Baxter and Miche Paterson, social media authority Feyi Akindoyeni, and infrastructure expert Jodie Brough. Newgate Australia specialises in corporate affairs, government relations, financial communications, community engagement and market research, combining the talents of former journalists, political advisors and communications experts. As such, it is able to offer a complete range of capabilities to meet the emerging global, national and local trends that affect its clients’ businesses. Newgate Australia intends to add offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra as well as a trade communications office in Shanghai to add to the Group’s rapidly expanding international footprint. David Wright, CEO of the Group, said, “The launch of Newgate Australia is an exciting and significant next step in Newgate’s growth strategy. The opportunities in Australia have proved to be more substantial than originally anticipated and therefore required greater investment. However, we believe this will create a more substantial business and provide greater returns in the future. Our team in Australia comprises, what the Group’s Board of Directors consider to be, some of the country’s most experienced communications practitioners. Furthermore, they bring a formidable track record of success on behalf of their clients, which stems from a service ethos which we believe is second to none.” Brian Tyson, Managing Partner (Newgate Australia), said, “We are very pleased to be on board with the world’s fastest growing strategic communications consultancy and hope to create a very strong presence and reputation for the Group in Australia. “We believe that our team here has impeccable connections across business, the political spectrum, government agencies at Federal and State level and the media.  Clients have trusted us over many years to work alongside them delivering some of Australia’s most complex and challenging corporate and government projects.  We look forward to continuing that tradition in an exciting new venture.”
Posted: August 6, 2013, 10:36 am
Holmes Report have named Newgate as the fastest growing PR agency not only in the UK, but in the world! Here is what Holmes Report had to say about us...   http://worldreport.holmesreport.com/growth      
Posted: July 23, 2013, 4:31 pm
Only six months after opening our first office in Asia, Newgate Communications has entered the Mergermarket Asia-Pacific PR League Table.  
Posted: July 12, 2013, 8:15 am
Newgate enters the PR Week Top 150 PR agencies for the first time at number 61 and is highlighted as one of PR Week's pick of the agencies destined for success. Here’s what PR Week said about us….   http://www.prweek.com/uk/analysis/1188275/Top-150-agencies-watch/
Posted: July 1, 2013, 2:09 pm
On 26 June 2013, the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced the Spending Review, in which he set out how the Government will allocate its spending from April 2015 to April 2016. Osborne stated that the Review had been guided by the principles of reform, growth and fairness and that it is the latest action in the Government’s plan to secure the economic recovery. Today’s announcement follows the Government’s previous Spending Review conducted in October 2010, which spanned four years from 2011-15 and sought to manage spending levels in line with the Government’s planned deficit reduction strategy. Given that deficit reduction will now continue until 2017/18 – two years later than originally envisaged – further reductions in spending are now required and today’s announcement represented a total of £11.5 billion of further savings for the period immediately after the next general election. This latest round of cuts will represent a sixth year of fiscal consolidation since the coalition came to power in 2010. The Chancellor, however, aimed to balance departmental cuts by promising long-term capital commitments to road, rail, energy, housing and broadband projects, which would deliver Britain “the education, enterprise and economic infrastructure it needs to win the global race.” Spending Review announcements are highly political affairs and it is perhaps no surprise that the coalition Government could not agree on a longer period for the Review beyond 2016. There remains, therefore, unfinished business of at least two more years of continued austerity and sharp spending cuts. Whichever government is elected in 2015 will have to face this harsh fiscal environment along with the challenge of securing long-term growth, delivering higher living standards and delivering the economic recovery. How these challenges are addressed by the political parties is likely to be the defining issue of the next general election.   To see Newgate’s full analysis of the Spending Review 2013, please visit the download section.
Posted: June 26, 2013, 4:32 pm
Newgate Communications, the fast-growing international integrated communications consultancy, today announces the signing of a strategic affiliation agreement with Portuguese firm BA&N Communications Consultancy. This is the first European agreement signed by Newgate and will allow the company to cover the two main cities in Portugal, Lisbon and Oporto.  The affiliation will also be Newgate’s first step into Africa where BA&N has representation in Luanda, Angola. Over the past year Newgate, a subsidiary of Porta Communications PLC, has been building a growing portfolio of regional and international offices, which already includes London, Edinburgh, Brussels, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and most recently Singapore.  Its affiliate network now covers Portugal, Angola, China, Taiwan, Macau, South Korea, and Vietnam. With this agreement, BA&N can now offer its clients support in some of the world’s main financial and political markets, providing a specialised global offering.  
Posted: June 19, 2013, 11:04 am
5 June 2013 - Newgate Communications ("Newgate"), a fast-growing international integrated communications consultancy, part of Porta Communications PLC ("Porta Communications"), today announces the opening of its Singapore office, marking its entrance into the vibrant Southeast Asian market. Singapore will be Newgate’s second office in Asia, following the opening of its Hong Kong office in January 2013. The Singapore office will be headed by Terence Foo, a well-established communications practitioner. The initial team will comprise six consultants, who bring with them significant experience from the Singapore and international markets. The team will provide a fully integrated communications consulting offering, in the areas of corporate communications, capital markets transaction communications, investor relations and public affairs. David Wright, CEO of Porta Communications said, "The opening of our Singapore office is an important development in Newgate’s growth strategy, following on from Hong Kong earlier in the year. We are now present in two of the key financial and commercial hubs in Asia, supported by an impressive affiliate network. I am confident that the team in Singapore will drive our expansion ambitions in Southeast Asia. We look forward to continuing to grow our businesses globally and offering multi-market communications solutions to our clients." Terence Foo, Managing Partner of Newgate Communications in Singapore said, "Newgate is one of the fastest growing communications consultancies with a client service ethos and global ambition that matches our own. Our Singapore team consists of some of the most seasoned and well-connected public relations practitioners in this market. We will be able to offer clients the benefit of our broad-ranging experiences, as well as a singular focus on providing the highest levels of service and advice. I believe this will be an unrivalled offering in this market."
Posted: June 5, 2013, 3:51 pm
Newgate Communications has been appointed to launch URICA, a new type of “supplier early payment” company. The team is led by Fergus Wylie supported by Jason Nisse and Alistair Kellie in London and John Mullin and James Walter in Edinburgh. URICA has launched initially in Scotland, with a region-by-region rollout planned to follow throughout the UK. The company recently received £20m of investment from institutional investors and the Government’s Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS) to enable growth businesses to effectively pay their suppliers more quickly without additional cost, risk or debt. The company has been created by an extremely strong management team with many years’ experience in the financial services industry lead by Lindsay Whitelaw, CEO – a founding partner of Artemis Investment Management LLP.  
Posted: May 14, 2013, 2:14 pm
Newgate Communications, the fast-growing international integrated communications consultancy, today announced the signing of further network affiliations in Asia with Jet-Go Consulting Group, a leading public affairs firm in Taiwan, and with Corporate Reputation Group International, a corporate communications specialist in Macau.  The new affiliations follow the opening of Newgate’s first Asian office in Hong Kong in January, and further extend the group’s ability to provide its clients with support across multiple international markets.  Over the past year Newgate, a subsidiary of Porta Communications PLC, has been building a growing portfolio of regional and international offices, which already includes London, Edinburgh, Brussels, Frankfurt and Hong Kong.  Its affiliate network in Asia now covers Taiwan, Macau, South Korea and Vietnam.  
Posted: May 10, 2013, 8:21 am

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