Quill is a leading UK financial services media relations agency. Creative yet pragmatic, Quill delivers effective public relations campaigns tailored to meet each client’s specific communications objectives. Our team’s many years’ industry experience means that we are an invaluable adviser, guiding our clients through today’s fast-moving media environment.
Quill is a trusted business partner combining senior level service with original strategic thinking to help clients achieve their business objectives by delivering high quality, targeted media relations.
There is genuine strength and depth in terms of expertise, diligence and attention to detail.
David Holloway, Marketing Director, Rathbone Unit Trust Management
With an average 15 years’ experience across the team, Quill clients benefit from our proven backgrounds in financial services and City PR, marketing, journalism and social media.
Our expertise spans financial services, from traditional wealth advisers to alternative asset managers; investment boutiques to multi-jurisdiction investment houses; friendly societies to life assurers as well as research and data providers.
Our deep industry experience means we have an extensive network of contacts, not only across all media channels, but also the industry influencers and trade bodies along with marketing communications specialists.
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