RLM Finsbury is a global leader
in strategic communications and
a trusted adviser to boards of directors, senior executives and legal counsel of many of the world’s most successful companies, institutions and organizations.
The firm has managed some of the most complex communications challenges, financial issues, reputational matters and other corporate crises of the last three decades. These include high-profile litigation, mergers and acquisitions, executive changes, restructurings and proxy fights, as well as brand positioning campaigns, product launches, advocacy campaigns, congressional investigations, legislative initiatives, labor matters, regulatory reviews and long-term reputation and employee engagement efforts.
We work extensively with corporations in the Fortune 500, FTSE 100 and Eurofirst 300, as well as other public and private companies, academic institutions, associations, major nonprofits and NGOs around the world.
RLM Finsbury designs and implements communications programs that help: support clients' goals and missions; protect and advance reputations; build and strengthen brands; expand market opportunities; and enhance bottom-line success.
Our more than 200 communications professionals bring a wealth of experience in finance, law, public policy and journalism, as well as the global expertise, insight and judgment to help clients make the greatest impact in their interactions with the media, financial markets, employees, customers, policymakers, regulators, and other vital stakeholders.
The firm's work is defined by a tireless commitment to its clients, intellectual rigor, meticulous attention to detail, strict confidentiality and a relentless focus on execution and results.
RLM Finsbury was created from the merger of Robinson Lerer & Montgomery (RLM) , founded in 1986 in New York City, and Finsbury, founded in 1994 in London, and is part of WPP, the world’s largest communications services network. The firm has offices in Europe (London and Brussels), the United States (New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles), Asia (Greater China and Singapore), and the Middle East (Abu Dhabi and Dubai).