Oxford Analytica

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Formation1975
FounderDavid Young
HeadquartersOxford, United Kingdom
Typecommercial
InterestsThe Great Game
Spooky international analysis/consulting firm.

Official narrative

The group describes itself as "an international consulting firm providing strategic analysis of world events."

Activities

The group organises conferences and publishes analysis.

Employees

Most of the staff are believed to be academics, thought the company was founded by David Young, former Special Assistant at the National Security Council under Richard Nixon and an Administrative Assistant to Henry Kissinger. Spooks are also employed, such as Sir Colin McColl, former chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, who was a consultant for Oxford Analytica for several years, starting in 1994.[1] Nader Mousavizadeh was CEO from 2010 to 2013.

Jens Tholstrup was Executive Director of Oxford Analytica from 2000 to 2010.[2]

The group's CEO from 2010-2013 was Nader Mousavizadeh, who left to start up Macro Advisory Partners, which has some significant staff members from Oxford Analytica.

Problems

One employee while conceding that the company had "Great name recognition, even at the highest levels of Fortune 500 firms" slammed it for a "Cult-of-personality status around the owner, whom employees say treats employees as personal servants. Too much emphasis on celebrity advisors, who, in turn, rely on junior professionals to do all their work."[3]

Publications

The group has published work by Tom Pravda.


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