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incorporate other info from Hanover profile. Rewrite:

Lobbying for bankers

In April 2011 the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) secured Hanover Communications to raise its profile across Europe. Formed in late 2009, the AFME lobbies national and international governmental institutions on behalf of the financial industry against what it deems to be unnecessary regulation. The account is thought to be worth in excess of six figures annually, and was to be led by director Laura Chisholm. [1]

In October 2010 Goldman Sachs appointed Hanover as 'fresh agency backing in the UK to help it to keep abreast of the coalition government’s plans for the banking sector" according to Public Affairs News. Hanover worked alongside Lexington Communications providing UK political consultancy, and Cicero Consulting, which provides Goldman with EU monitoring. Leading the account for Hanover is senior account director Laura Chisholm.[2]

  1. Alec Mattinson, Association for Financial Markets in Europe brings in Hanover to raise EU profile, 22 March 2011,
  2. [pointer=10&cHash=01c19bd27c Goldman Sachs brings in Hanover for public affairs support], Public Affairs News, 4 October 2010, accessed 10 March 2011