Peregrine swoops to make senior hire

Peregrine swoops to make senior hire

Specialist financial services agency Peregrine Communications has appointed Danny Calogero as a director in its London office.

Calogero will be responsible for overseeing UK client service and for growing the London office. He joins from Headland, where he worked with the likes of UBS Wealth Management, Natixis Investment Managers, Cardano and eToro.

The agency has also made a number of internal appointments, with Alan O’Sullivan appointed MD, client services, Max Hilton promoted to MD, international business development and Graham Golding joins as chief financial officer.

Regarding Calogero’s hire, O’Sullivan said: “We are very pleased to welcome Danny into our growing international team. His combination of marketing expertise and investment knowledge will further bolster our offer as we aim to become the agency of choice for financial services clients seeking integrated marketing communications.”

Anthony Payne, Peregrine’s CEO, added: “Alan’s role is central to ensuring that our clients benefit from the combined strengths of our international client services team wherever they may be based, and Max’s promotion reflects the progress of our business internationally.

“I am also delighted that Graham Golding has joined us as chief financial officer, Graham is an extremely seasoned CFO in the agency world and brings a business-mindedness to our financial function.”

  • Pictured: Danny Calogero
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