As baby boomers sail through their lives with comfortable pension pots, it is high time they lend a hand to the struggling new generations, writes Emily Minett
With Marine Le Pen on the march in France and the euro imperilled like never before, the Germans are bringing home their gold with alacrity, writes Olenka Hamilton
‘It’s interesting from the point of view of the intersection of law and personalities, as in each one of these cases you’ve always got an interesting array of characters,’ Matrix’s stellar protégé says of his role.
‘We must be the lowest-profile PR firm in the country,’ says Fane-Saunders. Private Eye
may have called them secretive, but that’s not really true, says the firm’s CEO: ‘We are very, very discreet professionally. We think our clients have the right to expect that.’
Another busy year has seen 10 per cent growth,
public affairs expansion and a number of awards for Hall’s Soho outfit. The former News of the World editor seems to have cemented his status as the go-to man for HNWs and high-profile individuals with a record to set straight following the splattering of tabloid ink. One notable example has been Cliff Richard’s recent saga of navigating through the media tempest to calmer shores.