Maitland Consultancy

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The Maitland Consultancy (TMC) is a U.K.-based financial PR company partially owned by French Transnational communications corporation Havas.

Clients

Lobbying for corporate education reformers

Maitland lobbies in the UK for Bloomberg Philanthropies, which has invested in education reform initiatives in the US and abroad. The PR firm also lobbies for the Inspiration Trust, the academy school chain founded by Theodore Agnew. It operates 5 primary schools and 7 secondary schools in the East of England.

Potential conflict of interest

In June 2005 PR Week reported that the construction company Taylor Woodrow decided to discontinue using TMC for its financial communications work after is discovered that it was also working for a rival construction company, George Wimpey. [1]

December 2014-February 2015

Action/2015 | Alistair Gammell | Anglian Group | Atos | Bloomberg Philanthropies | Business & Climate Summit | Fleurette Properties Ltd | Gensignia Life Sciences Inc | Howdens | Inspiration Trust | Keepmoat | Listed Property Owners Club | NATS (En Route) plc | Phoenix Group | Premier Foods plc | Runway Innovations Ltd | Spire Healthcare | Thomas Goode | Tiziana Life Sciences | United Nations Foundation [1]

September 2014-November 2014

Alistair Gammell | Anglian Group | Atos Healthcare | Carbon Tracker Initiative | Fleurette Properties Ltd | Gensignia Life Sciences Inc | Howdens | Inspiration Trust | Keepmoat | Listed Property Owners Club | MoneySupermarket | NATS (En Route) plc | Phoenix Group | Runway Innovations Ltd | Spire Healthcare | Tiziana Life Sciences | United Nations Foundation | Whitbread[2]

June 2014-August 2014

Anglian Group | Atos Healthcare | AXA | British Sugar Plc | Carbon Tracker Initiative | Fleurette Properties Ltd | Gensigniaista UK | Keepmoat | Listed Property Owners Club | Moneysupermarket.com Group plc | NATS (En Route) plc | Runway Innovations Ltd | Spire Healthcare | United Nations Foundation | Whitbread[3]

Former clients

People

March 2015-May 2015

Jonathan Andrew | Pete Bowyer | James Drewer | Laurence Garfield | Julie Harris | Pandora Lefroy | Freddie Nuttall | Michael Rose | Justin Taylor | George Trefgarne |Henk van Klaveren | Timothy Wild[5]

December 2014-February 2015

Pete Bowyer | James Drewer | Carly Erikson | Laurence Garfield | Julie Harris | Pandora Lefroy | David Mencer | Freddie Nuttall | Michael Rose | Justin Taylor | Henk van Klaveren[1]

September 2014-November 2014

Pete Bowyer | James Drewer | Carly Erikson | Laurence Garfield | Julie Harris | Pandora Lefroy | David Mencer | Freddie Nuttall | Michael Rose | Justin Taylor | Henk van Klaveren[2]

June 2014-August 2014

Pete Bowyer | James Drewer | Carly Erikson | Laurence Garfield | Julie Harris | Pandora Lefroy | David Mencer | Michael Rose | Justin Taylor | Henk van Klaveren[3]

External links

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Maitland PA Register Dec14-Feb15, APPC, accessed 12 April 2016
  2. 2.0 2.1 Register 1st September 2014 - 30th November 2014 APPC, accessed 21 January 2015
  3. 3.0 3.1 Register 1st June 2014 - 31st August 2014 APPC, accessed 19 October 2014
  4. 4.0 4.1 David Quainton, Maitland top of new year table as FD double-dips, PR Week, 10 January 2007, acc 28 October 2014
  5. Maitland Consultancy staff, Register Mar15-May15, APPC, accessed 12 April 2016