Euromoney rebrands to Delinian amid change in ownership, Fastmarkets brand remains unchanged

Rick Steves

“Delinian comprises a portfolio of trusted, specialist brands, deeply embedded in the markets they serve. We look forward to investing in these brands to take advantage of the attractive growth opportunities in their specific end-markets.”

Euromoney has announced it is rebranding as Delinian, a trade name that consists of Euromoney’s specialist brands serving the financial and professional services and asset management industries.

There will not be brand or name changes for any customer-facing products. The Fastmarkets brand is not changing and will continue to be used by that business.

Fastmarkets becomes a stand-alone entity

The news comes on the heels of the acquisition of Euromoney, a B2B information-services business in November 2022 by funds managed by Astorg and Epiris, the latter being a private equity firm based in London which is also invested in AXIO, a group of seven data, information and events businesses based in North America, Europe and Asia.

The Group will be separated into two businesses with Fastmarkets becoming a stand-alone entity, owned and controlled by Astorg, with the Delinian businesses operating under the majority ownership and control of Epiris.

Henry Elkington, Chairman-designate of Delinian, commented: “Delinian comprises a portfolio of trusted, specialist brands, deeply embedded in the markets they serve. We look forward to investing in these brands to take advantage of the attractive growth opportunities in their specific end-markets.”

Delinian, formerly Euromoney, is a portfolio of 20 information services businesses providing critical industry information to customers in over 140 countries. The company’s many brands are popular go-to sources for critical data and expert insights and are deeply embedded in clients’ workflows.

Delinian has customers in more than 140 countries and over 2,200 employees located in North America, South America, Europe and Asia, who tap into its 20 brands for their actionable data, analysis, intelligence, and access to markets.

The new name has been devised to reflect the authority and precision of our customer-facing brands and the competitive advantage our expertise provides for clients, the firm stated.

 

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