Reputational Risk in an Age of Transparency - 13 February 2019

Hosted by
STEP International Client Special Interest Group
Event type
Deloitte LLP
2 New Street Square
United Kingdom
13 February 2019
17.00 Arrival, registration and tea/coffee; 17.30-19.30 Presentations and Q&A; 19.30 Networking Reception; 20.30 Close

Event Focus:

Wealthy and internationally-mobile families face scrutiny, external judgement and reputational challenges from a number of sources. Whether it is misunderstandings with tax authorities that are fuelled by global information exchanges such as the Common Reporting Standard (CRS), the shift of public debate from established media to fast-moving and polarised online forums, or media criticism of families’ use of offshore structures such as trusts, everyone has an opinion. At the same time, families who are going through a generational transition, taking on a new investment policy or looking to resolve a tax dispute, are themselves placing as much value on a reputational risk strategy as on a clear investment policy.

This session looks at reputational risk and the likelihood of misunderstandings and external perception from three different angles to help explore one of the key themes facing UHWIs in a transparent world.

Why Attend?

Clients are now more aware of the potential consequences of reputational damage, and expect their advisors to have opinions on reputational risk and how best to avoid it.

This event will help attendees identify potential risk points to discuss with clients around reputational risk in an age of social media, reputational risk in an age of tax transparency and revenue authority aggression, and reputational risk in an age of polarised media debate.

Speakers include:

  • Catherine Grum TEP, Head-Family Office Services, KPMG LLP and Chair, STEP International Client London Satellite Special Interest Group
  • Annis Lampard TEP, Director, Deloitte LLP
  • Tom Rudkin, Associate-Reputation and Risk Management, Farrer & Co
  • Charlie Tee TEP, Partner-Wealth Planning & Tax, Withers LLP
STEP International Client SIG Member - £60
STEP Member - £75
Non-member - £90
STEP Special Interest Groups Team
Contact phone
+44 (0)20 3752 3734 / 35
Contact email
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