Who we are

Euromoney was founded in 1969 by Sir Patrick Sergeant, then City editor of the Daily Mail. Since that time, the business, which was launched to reflect the growth in global capital flows, has flourished alongside the development of financial markets. Entrepreneurial from the start, Sir Patrick started the company with just £6,200 of capital.

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A FTSE 250 information group

Today, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC is an international business-information group listed on the London Stock Exchange, with more than 2,000 employees worldwide and a portfolio of over 30 businesses spanning price reporting, investment research, news and market analysis, and industry forums, institutes and events.

Our portfolio includes brands such as Euromoney, Institutional Investor, BCA Research, Ned Davis Research, Metal Bulletin, American Metal Market, CEIC Data, EMIS, Insurance Insider, Mining INDABA and IJ Global among others.

Global footprint 

The company’s headquarters are in London with more than 20 other offices around the world.

Group strategy

Our strategy is to manage a portfolio of businesses in markets where information, data and convening market participants are valued. We deliver products and services that support our clients’ critical activities.

In particular, we look to serve markets which are semi-opaque; that is, where there is information which organisations need in order to operate effectively but the information is hard to find. Price discovery is a good example.

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Euromoney corporate development strategy

Euromoney has an outstanding record of shareholder value-creation through acquisitions.

Acquisitions have made – and will continue to make – an important contribution to the company’s development: more than half of Euromoney’s growth over the past 10 years has been achieved by acquiring businesses and growing them post-transaction.

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