Elizabeth Cowell

Redleaf Communications appoints capital markets director

Redleaf Communications has hired Elisabeth Cowell, a former partner at financial PR firm St Brides Partners, as its capital markets director.

Cowell has worked closely with listed companies in London and elsewhere for more than 10 years, supporting corporate activities including M&A and IPO projects.

She has provided strategic advice to companies operating across a range of sectors, with an emphasis on natural resources, support services and energy.

“Elisabeth’s passion for providing clients with an excellent service will help support both the capital markets team’s current and future client-base,” said Emma Kane, Redleaf’s chief executive. “Her can-do attitude has seen her execute thoughtful campaigns which deliver results and coverage for listed companies across a range of sectors and markets.”

Cowell added: “The Redleaf team has an established reputation for adding material value to its clients across all of its divisions and I am delighted to be a part of it.

“Redleaf’s fresh and energetic approach has attracted an array of impressive companies, including market leaders across a range of sectors, and I look forward to delivering communications campaigns for our clients to provide them with the recognition and visibility that they deserve.”

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