We are one of the most experienced, knowledgeable teams providing PR and IR services to companies, here and abroad.
Steven S. Anreder. Award-winning business and financial reporter, columnist and assistant managing editor for Barron’s. SVP and Co-Director of High-Yield and Convertible Bond Research at Drexel Burnham Lambert, then appointed Drexel’s global spokesman, reporting directly to the CEO. Has counseled large and small companies, prominent individuals, financial institutions, market participants, and developmental companies.
- Steve’s authoritative “The Trader” column became a must-read at Barron’s. An award-winning investigative article he wrote for the weekly led to the release from prison of a falsely accused bank president. In the book “Crisis Response,” Arthur Kent, former VP Public Affairs for Continental Airlines, called Steve, “One of the smartest financial PR people I know.”
Gary M. Fishman has advised publicly traded and privately held companies on their investor and corporate public relations for more than 30 years, often serving as head of IR or corporate PR for client companies. Gary joined Anreder & Company in 2002. From 2000-2002, he was head of Publicis Group’s US Corporate and Investor Relations practice. In 1991, he founded the Hudson Stone IR and PR firm, which he later merged into Publicis.
- His experience includes IPOs, turnarounds, follow on equity or debt offerings, mergers and acquisition, divestitures and bankruptcies. He is known for creating Marvel’s comic book annual and quarterly reports, considered by many to be one of the most successful retail/institutional investor marketing campaigns on Wall Street. He has gone on to create Digital Annual Reports, with online/mobile Video Letters to Shareholders, and has helped produce three books on Wall Street.
Michael Wichman. More than 15 years of experience in financial journalism and communications. Ran his own financial PR consultancy, developing and executing public relations and issues management programs for clients, including start-up financial technology companies, well-established asset managers and a venerable multi-family office. As a journalist for several leading financial news publications including BridgeNews and Wall Street Letter, covered the corporate bond markets and US equities and futures exchanges, reporting on and analyzing them at a time of unprecedented technological and structural change.
- Michael successfully handled PR for the fledgling Network for Investor Action and Protection, a group of Bernie Madoff’s victims seeking legislative solutions for better investor protections, which helped spur the introduction of several Congressional bills to protect securities fraud victims.
Alexander Fossella. Provides key research capabilities for developing strategies and client intelligence. From 2015-2016, he was with Lobell House Productions, where he helped produce the Mostly Bull Market show for the CBS podcast network. From 2012-2013, he was with American Express, where he was part of the Global Anti-Money Laundering team, scouting for possible mishandled funds. From 2010-2012, he was a financial administrator at Citigroup, where he managed weekly trading discrepancy reports and assisted the Compliance, Risk and Legal departments. Alex has a 2009 BA in Philosophy from College of the Holy Cross.