The authority on emerging markets corporate and government affairs, Alistair consults at the most senior levels, specialising in sensitive industries in hostile territories
A world-class public and government affairs consultant and a long-term expert in emerging markets, Ian co-founded Speyside in 2009 and lives in Mexico City.
Fiona lived in Eastern Europe for 12 years during which time she provided senior level consultancy for FDI and pan-regional multinational client campaigns
An American national with 14 years’ experience of living and working in Brazil, David manages large cross-border clients such as BlackBerry from our Miami office.
Ana has a strong background in corporate communications, having worked for many years for DuPont in Argentina and across Latin America.
With a first class communications consultancy background and a particular specialism in technology, telecoms and transport corporate relations and PR.
An American national now working in Sao Paulo, Brandon began his career with the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service in Argentina where he gained experience in international trade and foreign policy.
Caroline has more than 10 years’ experience of working in senior roles within the Brazilian government. She has also worked for the National Confederation of Industries.
Daniel has worked as a journalist for several national media outlets, including Mega, Globo TV, and CNN Brazil. He also has a strong consultancy background.
Livia was formerly a government affairs analyst at the American Chamber of Commerce Brazil, representing business sector interests between Washington DC and Brasilia.
Marina joined Speyside from the Brazilian Government’s Ministry of Industry and Commerce. She has also provided public affairs support to Microsoft and IBM.
Formerly, Paulo ran corporate and product communications at Grupo Pão de Açúcar, one of Brazil’s leading retail companies. He is equally experienced in supporting multinationals.
A French national living in Sao Paulo, Raphael is a specialist in cross-border M&A transactions, corporate and public affairs, crisis management and digital policy.
Former Senior Commercial Attache at the British Embassy, Maria Pia has 15 years’ corporate relations experience specialising in transport and mining.
Mariela began work as a journalist in Santiago and Washington DC, writing for daily, La Epoca. She also ran the British Embassy in Chile’s press liaison department.
Matias began his career at the Iberoamerican Observatory of Digital Communications, where he gained experience in strategic relations based on social networks and digital media.
Gabriel has worked in Europe and Washington D.C., where he gained over eight years of experience in government relations and digital communications at the Atlantic Council, GCSP, and the World Economic Forum.
Josh has over ten years’ experience of corporate communications, issues management and government relations. He has particular experience in the healthcare and financial services sectors.
Juanita was one of the first members of our Colombia office. She has a strong background in media relations and strategic communications, with particular expertise in social media, and digital marketing.
With a strong communications background, Tatiana has experience managing campaigns for Nestlé, Pfizer, HP, Intel and LG Electronics.
Guillermo formerly worked in the communications office of Mexico’s Ministry of Tourism. He has also held senior communications roles in infrastructure, insurance and tourism companies.
Maria has a solid background in corporate communications and public affairs, with client experience that includes Citi, Mars and Dow.
Moises has held senior positions in Mexico’s federal government, including Chief of Staff at the Environmental Protection Agency. He has also advised HP, Dell and Exxon on corporate relations.
Odina formerly provided communications for the Presidency of the Mexican Republic. She is also an expert in financial services, having worked for American Express.
Guido was coordinator of the Fujimorista parliamentary group from 2006 to 2011 and Chief of Staff to the Peruvian first lady - Keiko Fujimori.
With a strong journalistic and communications consultancy background, Vanessa specializes in financial services communications.
Luis is a journalist and PR specialist who has held senior communications roles at Bacardi, PDVSA and CONAPRI, the Venezuelan Council for Investment Protection.
Vania holds a BA in Social Communication (Magna Cum Laude) and has experience in multimedia production, having worked for a national movie producer and several media outlets such as TELEVEN and Canal Plus.