Marc Cohen

Invested in Stories

Co-Managing Director

Marc is a specialist in financial communications, investor relations, corporate communications, media relations, CEO profiling and crisis communications.

To relax, Marc enjoys playing and watching sports, reading, HBO box sets and hanging out with his kids.

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The story so far

– After graduating from Law School, started working in the City at Deloitte, before moving into communications and working at Bankside Consultants, FTI Consulting and Kreab Gavin Anderson
– Advised a wide range of companies (from start-ups to some of the world’s biggest businesses), as well as political leaders, governments and NGOs on all aspects of their PR and communications
– Worked across almost every industry sector, holding the philosophy that the wider your experience the better your advice, bringing best practice, insights and know-how from a range of areas
– Particularly strong experience in TMT, private equity, infrastructure/transport, energy/natural resources and consumer/leisure
– Advised on over 60 M&A transactions, 15 IPOs and a range of debt/restructuring mandates, bringing deep experience of supporting financial transactions
– Volunteers as a Director of UK Israel Business and Chairman of the Norwood Investec Private Equity Dinner

Out & about

Attending ECTR Summit in Monaco with Prince Albert, Tony Blair and Moshe Kantor.

Visiting Helsinki for SLUSH!, one of the world’s biggest tech conferences and a lot of fun.

Norwood’s Private Equity annual fundraising dinner, Marc is the co-chair.

Anne Glover CEO of Amadeus Capital winning the VC Hall of Fame Award.

Marc chairing a press conference announcing Arsène Wenger as an investor in Playermaker.

Helping Playtika and CEO Robert Antokol promote their $13bn Nasdaq IPO.

One of the most valuable services we provide our clients is the ability to take complex detailed stories and distil them into concise messages that their key stakeholders can understand quickly. In today’s world, you only have a tiny window of time to impress. That means we don’t need to be experts in every technical detail. Our clients do that. But we do need to be experts in communicating those details to the right audience at the right time.

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