Who we are

Euromoney magazine was founded in 1969 by Sir Patrick Sergeant, the then City editor of the Daily Mail. In the decades since, the idea to launch a publication to reflect the growth in global capital flows has flourished alongside the development of banking and capital 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-to-business information and events group listed on the London Stock Exchange, with 2,300 employees worldwide and a portfolio of over 50 specialist businesses spanning macroeconomic data, investment research, news and market analysis, industry forums and institutes, financial training and excellence awards.

Our primary sectors include asset management, banking and capital markets, specialist finance, metals, mining, energy and commodities.

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

Operating philosophy

Our companies are independently run by entrepreneurial leaders, who are highly incentivised to create shareholder value. They share the same management ethos, digital platforms, marketing systems and customer insights as well as a unique perspective of the financial and other international sectors.

Global footprint 

The company headquarters are in the City of London, with additional main offices in Manhattan, Montreal, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai. The group has a further 20 regional offices. Around a third of Euromoney's revenues are derived from emerging markets.

Group strategy

The group's strategy is actively to manage a portfolio of businesses in asset management and other sectors where information, data and convening market participants are valued. Euromoney delivers products and services that support their clients’ critical activities.

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Investment approach

Euromoney has an outstanding record of shareholder value creation through corporate acquisitions. Around two thirds of the past 10 years’ growth has been achieved by acquiring businesses and growing them post-transaction.

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