Albright Stonebridge Group

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Albright Stonebridge Group
Private
Industry International Strategic Consulting
Headquarters Washington, D.C., U.S.
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Madeleine Albright (Chair)
Carlos Gutierrez (Chair)
Website albrightstonebridge.com

Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG) is a global business strategy firm.

The firm advises multinationals, financial institutions, industry associations, and non-profit organizations on a variety of matters including international government relations, market entry and risk assessment, regulatory affairs, stakeholder engagement, partner development, and shared value programs.

ASG is chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former U.S. Commerce Secretary and Kellogg Company CEO Carlos M. Gutierrez.[1]

Albright Stonebridge Group was created through the merger of international consulting firms The Albright Group and Stonebridge International. ASG is affiliated with Albright Capital Management, an emerging markets investment firm founded in 2005.[2]

Notable executives[edit]

Albright Stonebridge Group's Washington, DC office lobby

Partnerships[edit]

Albright Stonebridge Group maintains strategic partnerships with several law firms and advisory firms including: Hogan Lovells; Bespoke Approach in Australia; Gama Glória in Portugal;[13] Global Dealings Group in Turkey;[14] Gumbi Dechambenoit and Associates in South Africa; Joschka Fischer and Company in Germany;[15] 9.9 Media in India;[16] and Palacio and Asociados in Spain.[17]

Advisors[edit]

Senior advisors to the firm include Ana Palacio, former Spanish Foreign Minister; Joschka Fischer, former German Foreign Minister; and Pär Nuder, former Swedish Minister of Finance.[18]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Official website