Two new partners for Charlotte Street
Tamsin Garrity joins as head of financial communications and investor relations, based in London, after working as an investment analyst for ten years. She was most recently a media Equity research analyst at UBS and Lehman Brothers
She worked as an analyst for ten years, covering quarterly results seasons, profit warnings and beats, IPOs, M&A and management changes. She also holds the Certificate in Investor Relations.
Ms Garrity said: “Having covered European media equity for so long, I think it is a perfect next step for my career and I look forward to working with an outstanding team of people.”
Jo Nove is promoted to partner after five months with the firm. She becomes head of client services and will lead the healthcare practice. Currently based in Amsterdam, she will be based at the company’s Edinburgh office from the summer.
Ms Nove began her career in the Labour Party, focusing on disability policy as a member of the Shadow Cabinet advisory team during the 1997 election.
She moved into public affairs and communications consultancy whilst still in London and worked for both the London arm of a global consultancy and later a small consultancy specialising in reputation management. She studied at Strathclyde University and returned in Scotland in 2002 to take up a year long contract as head of development with the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Since she began her career in communications consultancy, Ms Nove has advised a range of clients on public policy, communications and issues management strategies.
Ms Nove said: “In my short time with the firm I have found them to be a completely different offer in a sector in which I have worked for a long time.
“The opportunity to help the company scale their client service while also bringing my healthcare expertise is exciting. We work well together and I am very pleased to join the partners team.
Charlotte Street Partners was formed by Malcolm Robertson (pictured and Andrew Wilson in January 2014. Chris Deerin, an original member of the team, left earlier this year.
Mr Robertson said: “This is a very significant moment for the company as we scale and extend our offer carefully. We are putting significant investment into the growth of the company as we prepare for the next phase of our growth. It is always a challenging market but it also hugely enjoyable, as we build an outstanding team.”