Finsbury makes Sara Evans partner

Finsbury has named Sara Evans as partner in the company’s growing capital markets and transaction communications practice in the United States.

Sara Evans

Paul Holmes, CEO, North America at Finsbury, said: “In the course of her career at Finsbury, Sara has played a significant role in winning and advising on a number of important mandates across a range of clients and communications disciplines. With deep experience in both the US and UK markets, she brings a valuable global perspective to all Finsbury clients.”

Evans advises clients on strategic corporate and financial communications, including high profile transactions, shareholder activism, management transitions, corporate governance matters and legal and regulatory affairs. She has provided communications strategies and support for global companies, including Aviva, EY, Royal Bank of Scotland and Viacom.

Upon joining Finsbury in London in 2011, Evans ran the UK financial services team, and moved to New York in 2013.

Prior to joining Finsbury, she worked in corporate communications at Lloyds Banking Group, managing a range of financial communication and reputation matters for the bank throughout the financial crisis.

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