FGS Global

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FGS Global

FGS Global

909 Third Ave., New York, NY 10022

212/687-8080

[email protected]

https://fgsglobal.com
Corporate positioning; mergers and acquisitions; crisis and special situations; litigation support; activism, corporate governance and shareholder engagement; employee and transformation communications; diversity, equity and inclusion; IPOs and listings; restructurings and bankruptcies; cybersecurity and privacy issues; public affairs; environmental, social and governance.

Founded: 1992.

Agency Statement:

FGS Global is the strategic advisor for the stakeholder economy. Headquartered in NY, the firm is a global strategic advisory and communications consultancy, with over 1200 multidisciplinary experts across the world’s major financial, government, business and cultural centers. FGS Global is a leader in crisis, corporate reputation, public affairs and capital markets and M&A advisory, as well as an acknowledged leader in boardroom communication counsel. The firm supports its clients in addressing a myriad of stakeholder concerns leveraging its capabilities in research and insights, media placement as well as content, digital and data. The company was formed through the merger of leading strategic communications consultancies Finsbury Glover Hering and Sard Verbinnen in December 2022.

George Sard, Roland Rudd, Carter Eskew, co-chairmen; Paul Holmes, vice chair; Alexander Geiser, global CEO; Mike Feldman, Paul Verbinnen, co-chairs, North America; Andrew Cole, deputy global CEO & co-CEO, North America; Joel Johnson, Paul Kranhold, Winnie Lerner, co-CEOs, North America; Faeth Birch, CEO, UK, Middle East & Asia; Brigitte von Haacke, CEO, Europe

Office locations:
FGS Global serves its global client base from offices in Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Berlin, Boston, Brussels, Dubai, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Houston, Kingston (NY), London, Los Angeles, Munich, New York, Paris, Riyadh, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore, South Florida, Tokyo, Washington D.C. and Zurich.

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