John Harrington
Aug 8, 2018

HSBC reviews global PR agency roster

A spokesperson referred to the review as periodic. PR Week understands the review will not affect the global corporate affairs and public affairs account.

An HSBC spokesperson told PRWeek in a statement As part of our commitment to delivering world-class communications, we periodically review our agencies to ensure we are working with the best partners in the industry to support our strategic goals.

The spokesperson declined to give details of the review. However, it’s understood that it will not affect the global corporate and public affairs account, which moved from FTI Consulting to Finsbury in 2016.


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