Proactive strategic financial communications

A dedicated, international,
senior team with real global experience

Outstanding track record of critical communications situations

About Us

FinElk provides proactive strategic financial and corporate communications advice to international companies and institutions. We help our clients ensure they successfully address their communications challenges and ultimately, achieve their business objectives. FinElk advises senior management and works alongside their communications teams in implementing communications strategies and helps building long-term relationships which deliver on their strategic imperatives.

Our credentials speak for themselves, the strength and depth of our client relationships and the breadth of our recognised skills and ability in acting across borders sets us apart and we have real experience of what works and what doesn’t on the international markets.

Our Services

  • Strategic Counsel
  • Financial Communications
  • Corporate Communications
  • Special Situations Communications Advisory
  • Cross-Border Communications
  • Thought Leadership Development
  • Communications Coaching
  • Public & Investor Relations

Our Team

FinElk has a dedicated, international, senior team with real global experience from a wide range of issues and sectors. We have an outstanding track record of delivering invaluable advice in critical communications situations covering multiple geographies and a true understanding in how various international markets function, in particular from a strategic communications perspective. The team has solid experience from critical communications situations such as M&A, IPOs, restructurings, activism and crisis situations and has a portfolio of significant reputation management achievements for some of Europe’s largest companies.

Louise Tingström

Louise is a high-level international strategic and financial communications consultant advising a range of Euro 100 companies as well as private equity groups.

She was previously Managing Partner and co-founder of Chandos Communications and prior to this a partner at CNC Communications which she joined after 11 years at leading international firm M: Communications. At M: she headed the M&A and restructuring communications, issues and crisis management practices.

Previously Louise was a partner at Financial Dynamics where she was responsible for specific sector and European coverage. Before that she ran worldwide corporate relations at Visa International based out of the US and international communications at British Airways.

Louise also founded and ran her own financial and corporate communications consultancy – AKKA, in Paris – which became one of the foremost players in the French market.

Over the last 15 years, she has worked on mergers valued at more than €200bn and is ranked among the top 5 M&A communications advisers worldwide 2003-2015.

Teresa Wincrantz

Teresa has longstanding experience of corporate and financial communications and IR, both from agencies and in-house functions.

Prior to setting up FinElk, she was a Partner and co-founder of Chandos Communications and prior to this she was a Director at CNC Communications. She has also and prior held senior roles at M: Communications and Brunswick. Having started her career at Brunswick Group in 2006 she has worked across several geographies, being based in both Europe and the Middle East.

Teresa has advised international companies across multiple sectors. She has strong experience in leading multi-market projects and has held the overall responsibilities for managing client accounts with complex communications challenges, providing strategic input and overall communications advisory and well as financial and corporate media relations. Teresa has worked with clients on a wide range of transactions including IPOs and cross-border M&A as well as critical communications issues and strategic media and investor relations, crisis situations and corporate profile raisings.

Robin Haddrill

Robin is an international strategic communications specialist with experience across the UK, Europe and the Middle East.

He joined FinElk from Edelman where he was the global lead for Mubadala, the Abu Dhabi sovereign investment company. In this role, Robin was responsible for providing strategic counsel across a portfolio of assets in more than 30 countries.

Robin also provided financial communications support for a range of Abu Dhabi government related entities, and created executive content for senior executives and ministers.

Robin relocated to the UAE in 2009 to support the growth of M: Communications in the region, managing the firm’s relationship with Aldar, the Abu Dhabi government-related developer.

Prior to M:, Robin worked for Buchanan, focussing on financial calendar work for a diverse portfolio of Listed firms in the Natural Resources, Aerospace, Real Estate, Energy and Media sectors.

Robin is fluent in French and Spanish. He holds a degree in Modern Languages from Bristol University and a Postgraduate Diploma in PR from Cardiff University.

Cornelia Schnepf

Cornelia joined FinElk in 2017. She has significant experience of advising clients on financial and corporate communications as well as investor relations and has worked on numerous critical communications projects including IPOs and M&A.

Prior to FinElk, Cornelia was part of the Capital Markets team at Smithfield Consultants working with companies such as Ferrero, Nissan and The Walt Disney Company on complex issues ranging from cross-border M&A to shareholder activism.

Before Smithfield, she was as a Consultant at London-based financial PR firms StockWell (now part of Teneo) and Instinctif Partners.

Cornelia is a native German speaker and fluent in English.

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