Broadgate Mainland has a reputation for public relations campaigns which make a positive difference to our clients’ reputation and achieve tangible business results.
Our approach is underpinned by experience, knowledge and tenacity. We have won respect from journalists for our technical understanding and ability to deliver newsworthy material on a timely basis.
We provide communications counsel to some of the most highly regarded names across a broad sphere of the financial services and capital and markets sectors. Clients range from wealth managers advising HNWs and the mass affluent, institutional fund managers, foreign exchange dealers to providers of vehicle insurance.
Within the professional services arena, we have experience with both specialist firms and well-known national groups. Lawyers, accountants and actuaries feature strongly on our client list.
Work for financial and professional services clients spans media relations, reputation and crisis management.
• Asset management companies
• Business advisory firms
• Insurance companies and advisiers
• Investment research companies
• Pension advisers
• Securities servicing
More Financial & Professional Services PR News
- Content is king for Google
It is just 15 years in September that Larry Page and Sergey Brin first registered Google as a company based in a garage in Silicon Valley. Now with a market capitalisation of over $345bn Google is one of the most influential companies that have ever existed. One of the most frightening statistics of its influence […]
- Broadgate Mainland appointed by Harrington Cooper
Broadgate Mainland, the leading financial and professional services PR agency, has been appointed to manage the public relations activities for Harrington Cooper, the specialist fund distribution company. Broadgate Mainland will work with the company to promote its outsourcing service for fund distribution and marketing, which targets the UK and Channel Islands discretionary and wholesale investment […]
- What a difference a good interview makes
As I listened to Ross McEwan, the recently appointed chief executive of RBS’s interview with John Humphries on Radio 4 (1 November 2013), I was struck by how elegantly he dealt and deflected the probing questions thrown at him by John Humphries. He didn’t rile John Humphries by stone walling questions, rather through a tone […]
- Sackers launches DC Gap Analysis service
Sackers, the UK’s leading law firm for pension scheme trustees and sponsors, has launched a DC Gap Analysis service to assist trustees in complying with the requirements of The Pensions Regulator’s DC Code of Practice and Regulatory Guidance. The DC Gap Analysis service will allow trustees to assess the extent to which their schemes comply […]
- Young people who delay pension saving until middle age could lose more than half a million pounds
Barnett Waddingham research reveals the true cost of neglecting your pension Workers who don’t save into a pension scheme until they are 40 could turn down nearly £100,000 in ‘free money’ Turning down these contributions could halve pension income at age 70 Pension fund value could be more than £665,000 lower at age 70 Young […]