Finance and the City of London
The competitive, highly regulated, and often complex financial services industry requires a specialist approach to PR and communications. At PLMR, we help our clients maintain a high level of engagement with their key financial audiences; by assisting in the creation of the message and ensuring its timely, effective delivery by the best means available. We are motivated to deliver results that exceed our clients’ expectations.
We have a detailed understanding of financial markets, including the ever-changing regulatory environment, and we leverage our experience and knowledge of the business and trade media to ensure clients communicate their investment case as clearly and effectively as possible. We are immersed in the financial developments in the City, at the European level and across the world. From our office in Westminster, we meticulously track all policy and legislative developments and map key decision makers and civil servants across Government Departments.
Our expertise and experience flows directly from the people we employ. PLMR’s consultants have extensive experience working for household names in the financial sector, including Royal Bank of Scotland, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Direct Line Group. Some of our consultants have also led on successful lobbying efforts to change the law surrounding shareholders’ pre-emption rights, and have given high level advice to a broad range of insurance firms and brokers.
In addition to this, PLMR has provided public relations support to a host of financial activities, including a leading global venture capital firm Epidarex Capital, around the opening and close of their first UK fund and various investment deals across the UK and US. PLMR also delivered strategic communications advice to Augusta Ventures, as it launched its market leading litigation funding solution.
PLMR also provides a detailed Financial Briefing, which touches upon the latest political and regulatory developments of importance to the financial community, including banking, investment, equity markets, monetary policy, currencies, and bond markets. The ECB, and national governments and major financial institutions in each jurisdictions all feature. also provides a To receive these bulletins please register here: