Robert P. (Bob) Jones joined EVC Group earlier this year as Senior Managing Director. Bob is an experienced investor relations and corporate communications executive with more than 30 years of capital markets and strategic communications experience. He is located in the firm’s New York office, where he leads its investor relations practice.
“EVC Group has earned a reputation for excellence in investor relations and corporate communications by providing clients with the highest level of strategic, senior-level counsel and program execution,” said Doug Sherk, CEO and founder of EVC Group. “Bob enhances our firm’s deep understanding of the capital markets and relationships with Wall Street, and has an exemplary track record of executing best practices for major public companies. Bob and I worked together for nearly a decade and it is great to be working with him again.”
Bob said, “EVC Group has an outstanding commitment to client service and excellent client retention. Long term client relationships result from the firm’s tangble results that enhance valuation, build market awareness and increase sales. I am excited to be working with Doug and the EVC Group team and look forward to contributing to the firm’s continued success.”
Bob was formerly Vice President, Investor Relations at Monster Worldwide, the leading global online recruitment website. In addition to his responsibilities as head of investor relatins he also lead for an interim period the Company’s media relations, internal communications and crisis communications activities. He joined Monster in late 2002.
Prior to joining Monstor, Bob served as Chief Executive Officer of Morgen-Walke Associates, the largest independent investor relations firm in the U.S. at that time of its sale in January 2000. He started his investor relations career in 1989 at Morgen-Walke and prior to being promoted to CEO in 2001, he was a Senior Managing Director responsible for the firm’s strategic direction and operations as well as its healthcare practice. Bob began his career at the American Stock Exhange where he held sales and marketing positions of increasing responsibility.