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July 27, 2017

Allan Dunlavy, partner at the international reputation and privacy consultancy, Schillings, explains why authenticity, preparation and speed are the keys to defending your reputation and demanding your privacy. 

Allan Dunlavy, partner at the international reputation and privacy consultancy, Schillings, explains why authenticity, preparation and speed are the keys to defending your reputation and demanding your privacy. 

May 25, 2011

When Rudolf Elmer, a former employee of a Swiss bank, stood on a stage in London and handed a CD to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange this January, a shiver might have gone down the spine of many high net worth individuals.

When Rudolf Elmer, a former employee of a Swiss bank, stood on a stage in London and handed a CD to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange this January, a shiver might have gone down the spine of many high net worth individuals.

Elmer was passing on the private financial details of 2,000 British, American and German clients of the bank Julius Baer, where he worked until 2002, covering the period from 1990 to 2009. Although it was not revealed what information Elmer passed on, he has previously handed information to Wikileaks that shed light on what it alleges is tax evasion.

May 1, 2008

The public loves to read about prominent families and they especially like a morality tale where wealth and ambition brings ultimate sadness, struggle and defeat upon the family.

Dennis Jaffe is a founding partner of Relative Solutions, a family business consulting company.

Hilary Morison is a PR consultant with Media Relations Management, a London-based media company.

Dennis Jaffe says:

November 1, 2005

How does a prominent company keep a low profile in the community? Andrew Keyt gives some pointers on what family businesses can do to protect their reputation and guard against intrusive forces, while at the same time, making a contribution to the community

Andrew Keyt is president of the US chapter of FBN International and executive director of the Loyola University Chicago Family Business Centre

How does a prominent company keep a low profile in the community? Andrew Keyt gives some pointers on what family businesses can do to protect their reputation and guard against intrusive forces, while at the same time, making a contribution to the community

September 1, 2005

Swiss family offices, where wealthy families have their money managed, are reportedly embracing outsourcing in a bid to keep pace with the growing cost and complexity of managing investments.

Scott McCulloch is editor of Families in Business.

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