Morgan Rossiter wins financial services clients LGB & Co and SteelEye

Financial services companies Lesmoir-Gordon, Boyle & Co and SteelEye have chosen Morgan Rossiter to handle their corporate communications briefs.

The London-based consultancy will drive awareness of LGB & Co’s corporate finance and investment capabilities as it looks to broaden its corporate client relationships and attract an increasingly institutional investor base.

Compliance technology and data analytics firm SteelEye has briefed Morgan Rossiter to support the launch of its platform and drive its strategic expansion plan as it seeks to increase its presence in the UK and Europe.

Richard Morgan Evans, Morgan Rossiter co-founder and managing director, will lead both accounts.

Evans said:  “Both firms are innovators in their sectors – LGB with a new approach to debt financing for SMEs and SteelEye with a secure platform to help companies meet their regulatory obligations under MiFID II and other key regulatory directives.  We are delighted to be able to play a role in helping to accelerate their growth.”

  • Pictured: Richard Morgan Evans
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