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Matthew Hickley

Matthew Hickley

Managing Director

Matthew Hickley is a Managing Director within Teneo’s specialist Executive Communications Coaching team.

He has ten years’ experience working with CEOs and senior leadership teams of some of the world’s most high-profile companies, helping them to prepare for their most critical conversations and communications challenges, from high-profile media engagements to public speaking, investor roadshows and sensitive internal announcements.

Based in London, Matthew supports Teneo’s clients globally across a range of sectors spanning financial services, technology, consumer goods, automotive, energy, infrastructure and professional services.

Prior to joining Teneo he spent 16 years working as a journalist on UK newspapers, including 12 years on the Daily Mail as a staff reporter and later as Defence and Home Affairs Correspondent. He covered the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts from the front line as an embedded journalist, as well as reporting on general news, business, science and political stories. He studied history at Cambridge University.