We are a multi-disciplined public relations consultancy, providing award winning communications solutions for companies, organisations and individuals operating in and around the financial services sector.
By combining expertise from across the three disciplines of Public & Regulatory Affairs, Corporate & Consumer PR and Social & Digital Media we help our clients tell their stories more effectively to more of the people that matter.
Income investors have become increasingly interested in technology companies as their cash levels continue to climb, but investors need to be wary as the sector remains predominantly focused on growth, Kames Capital has warned.read more
High net worth clients say 11 interactions a year is the ‘sweet-spot’ level of contact with relationship managers at wealth management firms, according to new global research released today by NPG Wealth Management, SEI and Scorpio Partnership.read more
MRM Digital, our online division, has the expertise to help your business profit from this rapidly expanding area of marketing and communications.
We’re passionate about delivering channel agnostic digital campaigns that chase measurable business outcomes. Find out more.
Our MYFS events are a modern approach to a familiar but tired format of roundtable and panel discussions. Each month, in an exclusive studio overlooking Tower Bridge, MYFS offers thought leaders from the world of financial services the opportunity to meet and debate key issues of the day in front of an audience of handpicked journalists from the national and trade media. Go to MYFS now.
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Young Money Report
MRM’s second annual Young Money report, “Generation Austerity” looks at attitudes of young people towards pressing issues, including immigration, entitlement to Government handouts and financial services, and how these have been coloured by the uncertain economic and political environment that many in this age group have grown up in. Read More.