As our lives begin to get back to some kind of normal, the last 16 months will undoubtedly have ramifications on business life as we know for years to come. In Rapport magazine, Langleys Solicitors' new publication, our Managing Director advises on how to tackle the challenges ahead.
Top firms are losing out on the best talent by not taking the personal reputations of their CEO and executive team seriously, finds a new survey.
The recent coronavirus epidemic has dramatically changed the face of politics in the UK and around the world. The impact will be felt across society, including amongst successful individuals, entrepreneurs and UHNWIs. We sat down to speak with Stuart Thomson, Head of Public Affairs at BDB Pitmans, to speak about how this might change the policy outlook.
A valuable private staff member will often know the family members better than the families know each other. Prevention is cheaper than cure in the world of litigation and reputation, says Sofia Syed of Keystone Law in an interview.
Ultra-high-net-worth families, and those advising them, often fall into the trap of thinking that their reputation revolves around how much money they give to charity, or how many flagship interviews they give to the broadsheets. While these are important factors, many of Britain’s most successful entrepreneurs and wealth creators are missing a huge reputational open goal – and that is employee welfare.
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