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Christopher Chu Rejoins Taylor Rafferty

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NEW YORK and LONDON, May 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Taylor Rafferty, (www.taylor-rafferty.com) the world's leading cross border investor relations agency, today announced the appointment of Christopher Chu as Director, based in the firm's New York City office.  Mr. Chu was with Taylor Rafferty for the first six years of his investor relations career and was a key member of its Research and Analysis team.

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"With 15 years specializing in investor relations – and the same passion and imagination he showed working with us from the beginning of his career -- we're delighted to have Christopher back on the team.  He has a skillset that will allow him to play an important role assisting our clients to build their capital markets presence in the US – a skill set that reflects our integrated approach to investor relations consulting, capital markets research and analysis and IR program execution," said Brian Rafferty, Founder and Chief Executive of Taylor Rafferty.   

Most recently, Mr. Chu served as Investor Relations Director for Grayling USA, where his responsibilities included investor relations, corporate and financial communications across varied industry sectors and geographies. Mr. Chu said; "I am excited to rejoin Taylor Rafferty and am looking forward to working with the team to build on their legacy of cross border IR success."

Mr. Chu graduated from Pace University with a Master of Science Management of Information Systems and earned a Bachelor's of English Literature from Stony Brook University.

About Taylor Rafferty

With offices in New York, London, Milan and Buenos Aires, Taylor Rafferty is the world's leading global investor relations firm. For over 30 years, we have enabled our clients to achieve their capital markets goals by delivering a full range of advisory and operational support in the world's major capital markets. 

Taylor Rafferty's service teams blend decades of financial markets and communications expertise, incisive IR program implementation experience and insightful research and analysis to give our clients a meaningful advantage in the competition for capital.  For more information on Taylor Rafferty, please visit www.taylor-rafferty.com.

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