Senior Consultant/ Account Director, Capital Markets

Practice Area: Capital Markets

Location: London

About Us


We are an international business communications consultancy, specialists in reputation, influence and communications.

We work with our clients to ignite multiple and complex audiences through deep insight, expert storytelling and creative delivery. Our work drives real and measurable commercial value.


We are looking for a talented Senior Consultant to join our Capital Markets team. The primary role of an Account Director/ Senior Consultant is to undertake the day-to-day account work for clients, be fully involved in developing strategy for the client, be proactive in suggesting initiatives to add value, and be able to provide advice and opinion where appropriate. The Account Director/ Senior Consultant should also take an active role in new business pitches and networking for new business leads and support junior colleagues’ training and mentoring.



Key Responsibilities:


  • Managing the day-to-day account work of clients, including sourcing opportunities, drafting materials and ensuring that work is delivered in a timely manner;
  • Developing messaging, press releases, Q&A and other communication collateral;
  • Working with colleagues to manage transactions, including liaising with bankers, lawyers and client teams;
  • Efficiently and effectively managing logistics around results days, announcements and events;
  • Developing and leading engagement programmes with media, bankers, analysts and other third-party stakeholders;
  • Helping to identify new business opportunities to drive revenue;
  • Sourcing and securing media and event opportunities for clients.


Required skills and attributes:


  • 6-7-year consultancy experience and strong transaction advisory skills, with Capital Markets/ financial communications agency experience;
  • Excellent written, numerical and analytical skills;
  • A demonstrable interest in, and knowledge of, business and current affairs, well versed in the daily business and general news agenda;
  • An extensive understanding of financial information and the ability to communicate financial data to a variety of audiences;
  • Confidence in drafting regulatory announcements and handling sign-off;
  • The ability to own and manage client, internal and third-party stakeholder relationships at multiple levels;
  • Organised, able to prioritise effectively, deliver to deadline and perform under pressure;
  • Experience of organising and running a client’s results day or capital markets day;
  • Takes personal responsibility for quality and timeliness of work, with keen attention to detail
  • Ability to make sound and balanced judgments on available information;
  • Has a developed knowledge of how the media works, key players, keeping up to date, and an established journalist network.


At Instinctif Partners and Truth we promote a working environment in which diversity is recognised, valued and encouraged. We acknowledge the multicultural and diverse nature of the UK workforce and society in general. We are committed to principles of fairness and mutual respect. We particularly welcome applicants from those who are significantly underrepresented in our sector. To ensure our equalities and diversity policy is effective, we ask all candidates to complete the following section so we can monitor the diversity of our recruitment process.


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