Iranian investment bank Turquoise Partners has appointed financial comms agency Tancredi as its corporate communications adviser.
Salamander Davoudi, managing partner and co-founder of Tancredi, will lead the team.
Rouzbeh Pirouz, executive chairman, said: “Tancredi impressed with its expertise, strength of relationships across Europe and deep knowledge of our sector. It was clear the fit was right from the start.”
Tancredi is headquartered in London with offices across Europe and the Middle East. The agency offers communications and institutional relations counsel to corporate, government and institutional entities from EMEA and emerging markets looking to develop a strong presence in the UK and elsewhere.
The agency was co-founded in January 2015 by Giovanni Sanfelice di Monteforte, former chief executive of Barabino & Partners and ex-head of corporate communications at Telecom Italia, Salamander Davoudi, a former Financial Times journalist.
Turquoise Partners is a financial services company offering investment management, brokerage and advisory services to domestic and foreign investors. Turquoise manages more than 90 per cent of all financial market funds on the Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE).