Refinitiv appoints Cornelia Andersson as Global Head of M&A and Capital Raising

Maria Nikolova

Cornelia Andersson, who is based in London, will report to Pradeep Menon, Managing Director of Investing & Advisory.

Refinitiv, a leading provider of financial markets data and infrastructure, today announces the appointment of Cornelia Andersson as the Global Head of M&A and Capital Raising. Cornelia Andersson, who is based in London, will report to Pradeep Menon, Managing Director of Investing & Advisory (I&A).

Cornelia Andersson. Image credit: Businesswire.

Cornelia Andersson joins Refinitiv from Blackstone, where she was Senior Vice President, Global Head of Research and Market Data, leading the firm’s market data and business intelligence functions globally. As Refinitiv’s new Head of Investment Banking, Cornelia will be at the helm of the ongoing investment in Refinitiv’s I&A franchise, including the build out of its teams and technological tools available to its Banking customers by expanding multiple data sets and content into the Junior and Senior banker workflow.

Earlier in 2019, Leon Saunders Calvert, the previous Head of Investment Banking, was promoted as Head of Sustainable Investing & Fund Ratings, a newly created role that brought together Refinitiv’s ESG Sustainable Investing and Lipper Fund Ratings businesses to increase focus on unearthing links between sustainable business strategies and financial performance.

Cornelia Andersson has extensive experience as a financial information professional. She is also a frequent speaker at industry events. She is a chartered information professional (CILIP), FIA qualified and pursuing an MBA at Imperial College, London.

Cornelia Andersson holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Lund University, Sweden.

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