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FGS Global Appoints Amy Platts as Partner

FGS Global Appoints Amy Platts as Partner bolstering Financial Institutions, Equity Advisory & IR and ESG Expertise

July 8, 2024, LONDON: The leading global strategic communications advisory firm FGS Global strengthens its leadership team in London with Amy Platts who joins as a Partner. Amy's arrival marks a significant enhancement to the firm's capabilities in the Financial Institutions sector and in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) integration. Amy joins the Equity Advisory & Investor Relations practice as a fourth partner in London, alongside Justin Shinebourne, Caroline Learmonth and Paul Sullivan. This continues the successful expansion of the global team, with a strong presence across Europe, US, Asia and Middle East, providing strategic, differentiated advice on all aspects of capital markets communication for FGS Global’s client base.

Amy Platts joins FGS Global from Highclere International Investors, where she was a Partner and served for over a decade as the International Financials Analyst. She has extensive experience in company modelling of banks, insurance companies and diversified financials and was responsible for idea generation and investment recommendations of all financials stocks, in regular and close contact with senior management of the companies she followed. Amy has also been at the forefront of ESG initiatives, acting as the lead ESG analyst at Highclere, playing a crucial role in advancing the firm's ESG integration process.

"Amy's track record in the Financial Institutions space and ESG align perfectly with FGS Global's mission to offer comprehensive and forward-thinking advice to our clients," said Faeth Birch, UKMEA CEO at FGS Global. "We are thrilled to welcome Amy to our team and are confident that her contributions will greatly benefit our clients and the broader strategic direction of our firm."

For more information about Amy Platts' role at FGS Global or to learn more about our services, please contact Caroline Learmonth.