Euromoney

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Euromoney
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Founded 1969
Headquarters London, UK
Key People Clive Horwood, Editor; Simon Brady, Managing Director
Website http://www.euromoney.com

Euromoney is a London-based monthly magazine focused on the global capital markets sector, and shares a parent with NYC-based Institutional Investor. Euromoney has an average readership of around 160,000 and publishes a widely-followed series of annual excellence awards plus several related publications covering specific asset classes and industry sectors.

History

Euromoney was founded in 1969 to cover cross-border financial trading, and bills itself as the world's most influential publication on global capital markets.[1] Euromoney PLC acquired Institutional Investor in 1997 for $142 million to form Euromoney Institutional Investor plc, which has succeeded despite initial skepiticism in the U.S. financial-publishing market.[2]

Products and Services

Euromoney is known for a range of annual polls of leading instititutions and subsequent best-practice awards in dozens of sectors and sub-sectors of global investment. Known as the Euromoney Awards for Excellence,[3] they were first published 16 years ago[4] and are now closely followed in the investment industry. The magazine's private banking awards are considered the benchmark survey for the sector.

Key People

Euromoney Managing Director Simon Brady[5] joined Euromoney Institutional Investor plc in 1988 and became an executive director of the company in 1999.[6] He was previously a Euromoney writer and editor, and has also edited Global Investor and Corporate Finance magazines. He is currently the director in charge of euromoney.com, The WeeklyFiX and Liquid Real Estate magazines, plus Euromoney's Thought Leadership events.

References

  1. Colliers Latvia Receives Prestigious Euromoney Real Estate Awards. Colliers International.
  2. Can 2 Magazine Cultures Find Happiness Together?. New York Times.
  3. Awards for Excellence. Euromoney.
  4. FirstCaribbean wins Best Bank Award from Euromoney magazine. FirstCaribbean Bank.
  5. Simon Brady. Euromoney.
  6. 2007 Annual General Meeting. Euromoney Institutional Investor plc.