Emerging markets risk specialist and Managing Director of Marker Global, Dana Denis-Smith, has been named by Management Today as one of 35 top British businesswomen under 35.
”It is a privilege to be named alongside women who have contributed so much to the industries they represent and who have achieved an enormous amount early on in their careers,” said Denis-Smith. The list profiles influential young women who have excelled in their careers.
The 2010 list features a number of entrepreneurs and business stars across a range of industries including finance, economics, advertising and the arts. Taking on new challenges is something that comes easily to Denis-Smith. With an aptitude for seeking out new opportunities she has established Marker Global as a niche provider of business intelligence services for companies operating in emerging economies. In 2009 the company was awarded Highly Commended, Consultancy of the Year – only two years after being set up.
Denis-Smith has forged a career spanning journalism, the law and most recently as the head of Marker Global. With clients around the world, Denis-Smith leads a highly-skilled team of regional consultants to deliver exclusive information and analysis customised to her client’s needs. ”We consistently aim to exceed our client’s expectations – delivering information that they can apply to their transactions and use to successfully navigate their way in new markets.”
About Dana Denis-Smith
Dana Denis-Smith, Managing Director of Marker Global, is an experienced emerging markets risk expert. Dana started her career as a journalist for the Economist Group, before qualifying in law and joining Linklaters. Dana was educated at the London School of Economics.
About Marker Global
Marker Global is an emerging markets risk consultancy head-quartered in London and present in North and South America, India, the Middle East, Europe and West Africa. Services are provided for clients across political, transactional and project risk and tailored research. Marker Global assists clients to make strategic decisions when operating in emerging markets.