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Portrait of Paul Durman

Paul Durman

Managing Director

Paul has 11 years’ experience in financial and corporate communications and has worked extensively with telecoms, media and technology companies.

He is a media relations specialist who thrives on communicating complex business challenges, with significant experience of big ticket mergers and acquisitions, corporate turnarounds, profile-raising and crisis communications.

Before joining Teneo in 2015, Paul was head of the TMT practice at Powerscourt, a strategic, financial and corporate communications firm based in London. Earlier in his career, he was a financial journalist. He spent 18 years on UK national newspapers, culminating in seven years at the Sunday Times, where he was City editor and financial editor. He also worked at The Times, the Mail on Sunday and the Independent, writing on the telecoms, technology, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and financial services industries.

Paul has a B.A. in Politics and Economics from the University of Warwick, and a postgraduate diploma in journalism from the Centre for Journalism Studies, University College, Cardiff.