Appointment of new Partners adds depth to Citadel-MAGNUS

Australia’s leading corporate and financial communication advisory firm, Citadel-MAGNUS, today announced that two of its senior consultants, Michael Weir and Matthew Gregorowski, have been elevated to Partners of the business.

Executive Chairman, Martin Debelle, said expanding the partnership to six is a reflection of Citadel-MAGNUS’s growth trajectory and recognition of the contributions Michael and Matthew have made to the firm as senior members of the team.

“The continuing success of Citadel-MAGNUS will depend on having the best communication advisors committed to our clients’ success. In Matt and Weiry we have two exceptional professionals dedicated to keeping abreast of the constantly evolving financial markets, media, regulatory and investor relations trends to consistently deliver outstanding results for our clients.

“Both are leaders in the field of investor relations and as Citadel-MAGNUS Partners will add to the strength and depth of the firm’s leadership. They will play active roles in shaping the future of our business and help ensure its long-term sustainability,” Mr Debelle concluded.

Michael Weir has more than 25 years’ experience in investor relations, corporate affairs and journalism, having previously held senior in-house roles in the resources industry and as a senior business reporter at The West Australian. Michael is also a past board member of the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) and the current Deputy Chairman (WA) for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

Matthew Gregorowski has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate communication, having held senior consulting and in-house roles in Australia, the UK and South Africa. A specialist in investor relations, he has advised public companies in the technology, healthcare, construction, real estate, financial services and retail sectors.

Citadel-MAGNUS is Australia’s leading independent corporate and financial communication firm with offices in Sydney and Perth.