The two will be supported by teams from both companies. The combined experience offers clients expertise across a volatile market
Taylor Rafferty has teamed up with financial and corporate communications network, Cardew Group, in London to offer clients seamless capital markets advice and service. The integrated offerings will be led by Brian Rafferty, who is based in New York and has extensive experience in cross-border institutional investor relations.
Meanwhile, Anthony Cardew, will lead operations from London. He is a leading figure in communication within the global financial community. Together, the pair will be supported by teams from both their companies. Their combined experience offers clients expertise and knowledge across a continuously volatile international market.
“Communication within both markets and with their shared communities has grown steadily more complicated. It is now essential for every major company to have an institutional investment profile in both markets. Taylor Rafferty and Cardew Group are working together to achieve that objective for their clients,” said Cardew.
With over 30 years of experience, Taylor Rafferty provides a spectrum of investor relations and capital markets advisory services including capital markets goal setting, strategic message development, institutional targeting and marketing, financial media programming, and IPO, transaction and special situations support.
Cardew Group has been providing London and international clients with strategic and financial communication consultancy services for 25 years. Founded in 1991, the company provides investor relations, financial communications, and strategic advice.
It has a notable reputation for mergers and acquisitions and has advised on a wide range of other events, including major hostile bids, acquisitions, re-financings, flotations, and crisis management. The group runs offices out of London and Johannesburg.
IR and communication approaches in the UK and Europe don’t necessarily work as well on this side of the Atlantic, and vice versa. We can provide clients insight into Best Practice, in their home, cross-border markets, and advice on how to most effectively achieve capital markets goals in both regions,” said Rafferty.