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Communications need constantly to evolve to reflect external influences. Whilst we have all become used to a succession of different economic conditions that change with increasing speed, the dot com boom, the credit crunch, the development of the emerging economies, there has also been a change that is more fundamental to how corporates communicate: the digitalisation of content and creation of multiple new electronic delivery mechanisms.

Martin Pengelley

mpengelley@tulchangroup.com
+44 (0) 20 7353 4200

Whilst these changes provide challenges and opportunities, two essential elements of good communications remain critical: relationships and experience.

I am pleased to be part of Tulchan which has an exciting and energetic team with a bustling enthusiasm to do the very best for clients. With almost 30 years of experience in the Capital Markets as a UK Corporate Stockbroker with Deutsche Bank, I am fully aware of the need to build close client relationships. The good times for one’s clients are all the more satisfying after having been through more trying times for their businesses. Close business relationships and being part of a unified team with one’s client and the other advisers, are fundamental to the enjoyment of being a corporate adviser.

As well as being a Consultant at Tulchan, I am also a non-executive director of IndigoVision Group plc, an Aim listed technology company, chairing their audit committee, and am a director of the trustee company of the Deutsche Bank UK pension schemes. Outside work, I am a trustee of Paddock Wood Community Advice Centre, an advice charity local to where I live in Kent.

Martin Pengelley