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Wealth management & estate planning: 'No Paparazzi please!'

Posted on 30 January 2019 by Alexandra Whiston-Dew. Source: Citywealth Weekly

Wealth management & estate planning: 'No Paparazzi please!'

Alexandra Whiston-Dew, a Managing Associate in Mishcon de Reya's Reputation Protection Group, is quoted in Citywealth Weekly commenting on the difficulty of pre-empting a crisis during times of heightened public interest in wealth management and estate planning.

"Pre-empting crisis, for example leaks by disgruntled ex-employees, is hard”, explained Alexandra Whiston-Dew, Managing Associate in Mishcon de Reya’s reputation protection team. “There will typically be a journalist willing to listen and publish, seeking to rely on the right to freedom of speech and the ‘public interest’ in revealing a client’s source of wealth and other financial details. If that information does enter the public domain, it can cause significant and lasting damage to clients’ reputations and privacy.”

Read the full article here.

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