ABOUT CITIGATE DEWE ROGERSON

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Citigate Dewe Rogerson is one of the most respected names in communications. We are experts in our fields, combining the expertise of bankers, fund managers, in-house investor relations, former journalists and creative communications professionals as well as sector and transaction specialists.

We are City-based but our business and perspective are international. We serve over 500 clients from new start-ups to some of the world’s largest listed companies, governments and other organisations from our offices in London and in the US, Europe, the Gulf and Asia.

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Our clients come from a wide range of countries and industries. They face different issues and challenges.

But they have one thing in common: a desire for exceptional service and advice that is tailored to match their precise needs.

We are a global network

As an international financial and corporate public relations consultancy, CDR provides seamless communication consultancy across the world’s business centres, with a particular focus on major cross-border financial transactions and large multi-nationals looking to broaden their global footprint.

Headquartered in London, CDR’s wholly owned offices span Continental Europe, MENA and the Pacific Rim, working together with trusted affiliates and partners across the rest of the globe.

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It’s that time of year again when asset managers gather in front of the media to present their mid-year outlooks on the future of the global economy, markets and asset classes. For many commentators,