Bram Moerman

Bram Moerman is the CEO of Analysys Mason. Since he joined the firm in 1989, Bram has advised clients in many countries around the world, across the core propositions of the firm. His primary areas of expertise are telecoms regulation and policy and due diligence, as part of M&A transactions and debt issuance. As part of his regulatory work, he led the company's work on universal service in Europe in the mid to late 1990s.

As Head of the Transaction Support team Bram established the company's reputation in this area. His track record includes directing the team that undertook due diligence as part of the financing of MTN Nigeria in 2002, which can be seen as the start of the mobile telecoms revolution in that country. He also led the team that advised Oger Telecom on the successful acquisition of Turk Telekom in 2005. More recently, Bram advised the board of Verizon on European regulatory and policy issues, as part of its discussions regarding the purchase of Vodafone's stake in Verizon Wireless.

International focus
Bram was instrumental in establishing Analysys Mason's European offices in Milan, Madrid and Paris. He led the Paris office from 1997 to 1999 before setting up the company's new UK headquarters in London in 2000.

Bram has led the company's expansion into Asia-Pacific with regional offices in India, Singapore and Hong Kong.

He has also led Analysys Mason's growth in the Middle East and Africa, and has personally directed projects across some 15 countries across the Africa region since 2003.

Since joining as an intern in the summer of 1989, Bram has held every grade in the company and was promoted to Deputy Managing Director in 2004 when he was also appointed a board director. He was appointed Managing Director in 2010 and CEO in 2012.