Maitland/AMO appoints Sundeep Tucker
(London, 12 September 2016) Maitland, the leading European communications agency, is delighted to announce the appointment of Sundeep Tucker as a Partner in the firm.
Tucker has held senior roles in the media and communications, in London, Sydney and Hong Kong, and has significant experience in financial services.
Most recently he was head of corporate communications for Nomura International’s European, Middle East and African operations, having previously worked for the Japanese financial group’s Asia-Pacific business based out of Hong Kong.
Prior to joining Nomura, Tucker spent 16 years as a journalist, financial editor and foreign correspondent. He worked at the Daily Telegraph before joining the Financial Times in London, where he was global investment correspondent. He later moved to Sydney to head the FT’s Australia Pacific political and business coverage.
In 2006 Tucker was appointed FT Asia Financial Correspondent, based in Hong Kong. His work spanned cross-border M&A, IPOs and restructurings involving listed companies, multi-national corporations, private equity, mutual funds, private banks, investment banks and sovereign wealth funds.
Commenting on the appointment, Neil Bennett, Maitland’s Chief Executive, said, “Sunny has a wealth of media experience and first-hand appreciation of in-house communications. He also boasts a strong international perspective from his years based abroad. We’re excited to welcome him to the Maitland/AMO team as we build our capabilities.”
Sundeep Tucker commented: “I have always admired Maitland/AMO and the quality of its people and its client base. I am delighted to be on board.”
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