Guy Dunn is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Euromoney Institutional Investor Thought Leadership, having set up the business in early 2015. He has spent more than a decade working in the content marketing sector, most recently running the successful Thought Leadership & Events business at the Economist Group.
Guy has advised some of the largest companies in the world on their content marketing and thought leadership strategy, including EY, PwC, Citi, Barclays, HSBC, Zurich, Shell, Chevron, Pearson, GE, Siemens, Philips and Vodafone. He has been interviewed in the media many times, including on CNN, CBS, BBC, ABC, ITV and Fox, as well as in the New York Times, the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Times, the Guardian, AP and Reuters.
Until recently, he was a board member of the Business Media Group at the Professional Publishers Association (PPA). Guy is also CEO of the business intelligence provider EMIS.
Duncan is Managing Editor of Euromoney Institutional Investor Thought Leadership, overseeing the editorial ideas and content produced by our team of experienced writers, analysts and economists. He has over a decade of experience as a financial journalist and senior editor.
Most recently he was deputy editor of Euromoney magazine, the flagship and founding title of Euromoney Institutional Investor plc, and has previously written for Financial News, the Wall Street Journal Europe and GlobalCapital. In between, Duncan has also worked on the other side of the table, as a director and partner of a firm advising investment banks, private banks and hedge fund managers on external communications, marketing and branding.
Over the years, Duncan has been fortunate enough to travel the world as a journalist interviewing government ministers, central bank governors, global bank and company CEOs in an effort – while torturous at times – to get to the heart of what they’re thinking about.
Ben is Managing Editor of Euromoney Institutional Investor Thought Leadership, overseeing the editorial ideas and content produced by our team of experienced writers, analysts and economists. His role includes leading the development of large editorial reports, surveys and interactive websites, as well as managing freelance writers, analysts, economists and designers.
With experience of more than ten years as B2B editor and reporter, Ben’s track record covers mergers & acquisitions, financings, regulation and regulated industries globally.
Based in Brussels, Ben headed the European regulatory coverage for dealReporter (Mergermarket/Financial Times Group), with a particular focus on merger control, antitrust, and cartel investigations.
Ben was the editor of TelecomFinance Magazine. He has organised and chaired global industry events for an international high-profile audience of TMT deal makers, financiers, regulators, and C-level executives.
Most recently, Ben edited a Euromoney publication for investors in high-risk bank regulatory capital.
Brian Mulligan is the Marketing Director for Euromoney Institutional Investor Thought Leadership. He has been involved in marketing in the B2B media sector for over 20 years and, amongst others, has worked for the Economist Group and Marketing Week. Brian was involved in the launch and early development of the Thought Leadership business at The Economist Group.
Brian has first-hand experience of the shift away from traditional methods of promotion to the content-driven world of today. He has devised and implemented successful content-driven strategies that have increased brand awareness and driven commercial success. As an experienced marketer, he is able to support and advise clients in the development of their thought leadership strategy.
Ben Stevens is the Survey Panel Manager for Euromoney Institutional Investor Thought Leadership. He has worked in survey management for more than 15 years, working for the research teams of both Institutional Investor and Euromoney magazines. Ben has been responsible for running a number of industry-leading surveys including Euromoney’s Foreign Exchange survey.
Ben is an expert in all aspects of survey design and reporting, and has extensive experience in data management and database development. Ben has been instrumental in the development and launch of the five million-strong Thought Leaders Network that forms the basis of the company’s research.