He focuses his client advisory work on three core areas: corporate reputation, financial situations (M&A, IPOs, shareholder activism and debt restructurings) and issues and crisis communications.
Ash joined Brunswick in 2004 and has worked extensively in the U.S., Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. He spent five years in the London office, relocated to the UAE for five years spending time in Dubai and also establishing and heading up the Abu Dhabi office. In 2014, he moved to the U.S. and was head of the San Francisco office for four years from 2018 to 2021.
He has advised over 300 companies including a number of the world’s category-leading organizations such as Airbnb, Apple, Coinbase, DoorDash, Diageo, Facebook, Google, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Lululemon, NVIDIA, Pinterest, Rolls-Royce, Saudi Aramco, Southwest Airlines, Thomson Reuters, Time Warner, and Wynn Resorts.
Business Insider has featured Ash as a leading technology and IPO communications advisor on a number of different occasions.
Prior to Brunswick, he worked in the creative industries for various film, television and advertising production companies. Ash is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Executive MBA Program for Leadership Development.
What drives the already wealthy and powerful to commit crimes in pursuit of more? Why do most compliance efforts fail to prevent them? Ash Spiegelberg, Head of Brunswick’s San Francisco office, explores the answers with Harvard Business School Professor Eugene Soltes.
By Ash Spiegelberg
18 September 2019