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Julian Walker

Head of External Market Communications and PR at CWT

Julian Walker

Creator of multi-award winning campaigns across many communications disciplines, Julian has spent almost 30 years in corporate reputation management, public relations, marketing and strategic business communications - holding both senior consultancy and in-house positions - following five years as a City broker. He has advised all manner of company, (public/private, domestic/ international, not-for-profit and representative associations) on all aspects of targeted business communications.

His broader business experience includes establishing and running successful companies, financial restructuring of not-for-profit organisations, philanthropic fund management and corporate/charity fund- raising.

He also chair a youth-focused philanthropic investment fund and he is the author of books on travel and humour.

Specialist skills include: Corporate and employee communications, media relations, investor relations (debt and equity), marketing (product and corporate), financial calendar, financial restructuring, special situations, litigation support, M&A (c.200 UK and cross-border transactions) and share offers (>60 on UK, US, and European exchanges, plus equity placements).

Insights by Julian Walker (5)

The Deed Is Done: What's next after Brexit?

The deed is done. Brexit is begun. The United Kingdom is no longer a member state of the European Union (EU). And how did we recognize this historic moment? With the false chiming of Big Ben. So perhaps I could beg forgiveness and paraphrase a stanza in WH Auden's poem, Funeral Blues.

​Come as You Are: Why diversity matters

Imagine a world where there is no place for individuality. Everybody looks the same and has the same thoughts and beliefs. Scary, right?

Human Trafficking – Putting An End To Lives Bought And Sold

What images does the word "slavery" conjure up in your mind? People in iron collars shipped on huge wooden galleons, forced to work the fields under the whip of the master? Perhaps you think that sla.

Blue-Sky Thinking - Should You Travel For Business In Uncertain Times?

"If we surrender to the air, we can ride it," Nobel Laureate and author Toni Morrison wrote in her novel 1977 novel, Song of Solomon.

Aisle Be Damned – How To Nab Your Favorite Plane Seat

If you've sat in the middle seat on a long-haul flight between a toddler and a basketball player with his kneecap lodged under your laptop, you know what torture feels like. Nobody prefers the middle seat.
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