Caroline will become a partner and senior adviser to clients.
Brunswick Group, the corporate advisory firm, has announced today that Caroline Daniel will be joining the firm as a Partner in its London office. Caroline joins Brunswick from the Financial Times where she has been Editor of the Weekend FT, one of the most senior editorial and managerial roles in the newspaper, since 2010.
Caroline joined the Financial Times in 1999 and since 2014 has also been Consulting Editor to FT Live, the global events arm of the Financial Times. Prior to her current roles, Caroline held a number of senior editorial and correspondent positions, including running the FT’s Opinion page during the financial crisis and as Comment and Analysis Editor for three years from 2008.
“We are delighted to welcome someone with Caroline’s background and credentials to the firm,” said Group Chief Executive, Susan Gilchrist. “Caroline has an exceptional reputation and enormous experience in leadership roles at the cutting edge of media and technology. She has been a thought-leader in the technology space, chairing major technology events and interviewing leading technology figures from around the world.”
“Caroline has worked in a number of our key markets and her political and economic background gives her unique insight into the complex global issues facing clients. She will make a hugely valuable contribution to our clients and the next stage of Brunswick’s development across our 23 offices around the world. We are thrilled to have Caroline on board.”
On joining the firm, Caroline Daniel said:
“It has been a great privilege to have spent the last 17 years at the heart of the world's most respected financial newspaper. I am delighted to be able to build on that experience by joining Brunswick, a company with a global reach, a fascinating range of clients and a corporate culture that delivers.”
Caroline will join Brunswick in May 2016.
Caroline Daniel joins Brunswick from the Financial Times where she has been Editor of the Weekend FT, one of the most senior editorial and managerial roles in the newspaper. She was appointed Editor of the Weekend FT in June 2010 and took on the additional role of Consulting Editor on FT Live in March 2014. Prior to her appointment as Editor of the Weekend FT, Caroline held a number of senior editorial and correspondent roles, including running the FT’s Opinion page during the financial crisis and as Comment and Analysis Editor for the newspaper for three years from 2008. Caroline joined the FT in 1999 and has also held the roles of White House Correspondent (2005-07) and Technology Correspondent (1999-2002).
Caroline is a thought-leader in the technology space and has chaired major technology events and interviewed leading technology figures around the world. She was selected as a Member of the delegation ‘Silicon Valley Comes to the UK’ group of 17 female technology founders to meet leading technology CEOs. Caroline holds a number of senior private and public service positions including, UK member of the distinguished Trilateral Commission, a global non-governmental discussion group of leading executives and politicians; Advisory Board member for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction, Britain’s leading prize for non-fiction book of the year; and Trustee for the Institute for Public Policy Research. She is also a broadcast commentator in the UK, making regular appearances on BBC News, Sky News, BBC World Service and BBC Radio 4.
Caroline was the winner of the prestigious Lawrence Stern Fellowship to the Washington Post. She was a researcher for Gordon Brown MP (Shadow Chancellor) and holds a degree in History from Cambridge University.
About Brunswick Group
Brunswick is an advisory firm specializing in critical issues and corporate relations. It advises clients on business critical issues across a range of specialist offers and sectors. Founded in 1987, Brunswick is a global partnership with 23 offices in 14 countries. Brunswick has grown organically and operates as a single profit center.