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Benjamin Roback


L. London
Benjamin Roback

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L. London

Life at FGS Global

Advises public and private companies on political, legislative and regulatory engagement strategies, as well as communications tactics and campaigns

Life Pre-FGS Global

Public policy and political engagement at two public affairs agencies in London and a stint in Washington, D.C. at a foreign policy organisation

Life Beyond FGS Global

Getting booked for AFC Bluebirds, refusing to train for another marathon, guide running for the blind (if there's time left over after complaining about Arsenal)

Ben is a Director in the London office having joined predecessor firm Sard Verbinnen & Co in September 2021 prior to the firm's merger with predecessor firm Finsbury Glover Hering.

He started his career in public policy in the UK following a stint in the Political Department at AIPAC on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.. He has since worked at two public affairs agencies focusing on public policy, political engagement and campaigns. In that time, he has developed sector specialisms in Financial Services and international trade policy.

He has provided strategic support, stakeholder engagement and campaigning advice to FTSE100 and 250 firms in the UK, as well as international institutions and challengers. In the London office, Ben supports clients with a particular focus on the tactics and tools required to engage effectively with Government.

Outside of the office, Ben has been the International Columnist for Conservative Home since 2017 and retains a close focus on the US-UK political and regulatory relationship. He was formerly a Member of the US Embassy's Young Leaders UK Program in London.

He has chaired political briefings and interviews with Ministers and CEOs at industry events and Conservative Party conferences.

A graduate of the University of Leeds, Ben spent an additional year at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a focus on international affairs and public policy. Ben is a qualified Guide Runner for the blind and is a Trustee of a national blind sport charity.

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