New CEO of InvestmentNews announced

Christine Shaw has extensive experience in B2B media

Jul 18, 2019 @ 1:15 pm

By InvestmentNews

Christine Shaw has been named chief executive of InvestmentNews, the leading source of news, analysis and information for the financial advisory community. She succeeds Suzanne Siracuse, who announced her resignation earlier this week.

Ms. Shaw joins InvestmentNews from Future Plc, where she was managing director and senior vice president of global events and B2B, managing a team of 175 people, 55 events, 15 magazines and 16 websites.

Prior to that she was a senior vice president at PennWell Corp., a privately held global B2B media business, where she worked for 18 years. When she left PennWell, she was leading its technology division.

Simon Stilwell, CEO of InvestmentNews' parent company, Bonhill Group plc, said Ms. Shaw has all the qualities Bonhill was looking for in a CEO. "She has extensive experience in all of our core offerings, as well as change management, building an international business and developing high-performing teams," he said.

"I am delighted to step into the CEO role of InvestmentNews," Ms. Shaw said. "This is a prestigious brand with an outstanding reputation for excellence and quality in content and delivering superb results to our customers. I am confident my expertise and leadership experience in B2B media, combined with the expert team at InvestmentNews, will lead to continued growth and success for our audience and customers."

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