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Christopher Fordham
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    Likes to think its entrepreneurial, but is far from it; The curse of the BGMs and Profit Centers

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    Former Employee - Manager  in  London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Manager in London, England (UK)

    I worked at Euromoney full-time


    1. Open to new ideas on paper
    2. Good culture in small pockets if you are willing to fight for your place
    3. Opportunity to travel and be based around the world
    4. Many schemes outside of pension to sign up for.


    1. Politics is very heavy, esp at mid-level
    2. Top tier management disconnected from the rest of the company
    3. Business Group Managers (BGM) run the company and they are generally 45-60 years old, lacking talent and creativity, and this results in younger talent leaving (seen as threat, or the bigger wages are taken by the BGMs).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reconnect with the mid level management and the top staff below the BGMs. Many problems get shielded by the BGMs, you need to get under this skin.

    More BGMs should be recruited from within, younger talent should be given more of a chance with the sub-£1m. businesses. But greed is running Euromoney at present and Divisional managers do not want to risk any kind of money. This is resulting in stagnation.

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