In November 2021, we conducted a survey to better understand whether the public felt ultra-high-net-worth individuals were doing enough to respond to the threat of climate change. The results showed it's not how much wealth you have, but rather how you use it.
In October 2021, we conducted a survey to better understand whether ‘reshoring’ an offshore corporate structure to the UK positively transformed an owner’s reputation, as well as whether the Pandora Papers revelations shocked the public.
In September 2021, we conducted a survey to better understand what industries were considered beneficial (and harmful) to an entrepreneur’s reputation. Rightly or wrongly, wealth generated from some industries is considered more acceptable than others.
In July’s research report, we surveyed the UK public on the various different reasons an investor might give for investing in a start-up and how start-up investment has the power to positively shape an individual’s reputation.
New research shows the public believe the wealthy's financial resources are ill-spent on activities like space exploration, and should be focused on issues like climate change instead.
In December’s issue of The Lede, Mills & Reeve partner Matthew Hansell looked at how Covid has made families more resilient.
Our recent research, Climate Inaction Harms Reputation, has been featured on Forbes’ website. The article covers the reputation and publicity risks in participating in the 'space race' and, considering the climate crisis, how this will be viewed by the public.
In December’s edition of The Lede, we spoke to Global Partnership Family Offices co-founder Dr Michael Oliver about the legacy of Covid for family offices and the key investment priorities for 2022.
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