Tulchan expands partnership with six appointments
Tulchan Communications has named six partners, including Morgan Stanley’s Doug Campbell and Severn Trent’s David Lloyd-Seed, as it makes a number of appointments across the business.
Campbell was most recently a director in Morgan Stanley’s corporate broking division and has a particular focus on the financial services and pharma sectors.
Lloyd-Seed held the interim head of IR at Severn Trent after nearly ten years as investor relations and corporate affairs director at Dixons Retail, according to LinkedIn. He continues in his role as deputy chairman of the investor relations society.
Internal promotions include Jonathan Sibun (pictured left), former Telegraph deputy city editor, and Martin Robinson (pictured right). James Macey White and Tom Murray, who’ve developed Tulchan’s offer to mid-market corporates, also join the partnership.
David Shriver, Tulchan managing partner, said: “It is a real pleasure to welcome these six talented individuals to the Partnership and to celebrate the promotions of others within the firm. It is a particular pleasure that, of our 12 London Partners, four have worked their way up the firm since joining as analysts.
“We are coming to the end of another year of strong growth in revenues and clients. In addition, to our core financial communications work last year, we demonstrated our expertise in crisis management, in particular, advising Merlin Entertainments on the managing of the terrible crash at Alton Towers and TalkTalk on its cyber-attack.”
The agency has also promoted Siobhan Weaver to director, and Tom Gatzen and Matt Low to associates. Martha Walsh has seconded to BBA Aviation as head of communications and IR.
Chris Hughes, who joined Tulchan last year from Reuters Breakingviews, has returned to journalism and joins the comment team at Bloomberg.