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Ben Ullmann

Managing Director

Ben Ullmann is a Managing Director with Teneo based in London. He has over a decade’s experience in communications and specialises in financial communications, reputation management and speechwriting.

He has advised the CEOs and boards of several companies in media, financial services, retail, and leisure, including in special situations such as M&A, IPOs and Crisis. Ben is a seasoned speechwriter and has helped several CEOs and business leaders to find their voices in the public square. He also counsels individuals and families on promoting and protecting their personal reputation.

Prior to joining Teneo, Ben was Director of Communications and Public Affairs for the Chief Rabbi, Lord Jonathan Sacks and a Research Fellow for Policy Exchange, a leading Westminster think-tank. Ben is a keen follower of UK and American politics and worked on a Senate election campaign in Louisville, Kentucky in 2010. He graduated from the University of Bristol.