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City-based corporate reputation and communications firm SBC London today announced the launch of a dedicated corporate consulting services division, headed up by Ghislaine Little, formerly of UBS Wealth Management. Little joined SBC London in October last year to establish corporate consulting services and now, after six months in development, formally launches the new division.

Little will lead a team delivering strategic insights to leaders in multiple sectors, particularly financial services and technology, on corporate positioning within shifting market landscapes, and helping clients identify new revenue streams within both their existing areas of focus and potential new markets.

Ghislaine Little
Ghislaine Little

Ghislaine Little said:

“As soon as I encountered SBC London, I realised the team was exceptional and I was attracted to its breadth of talent. I was drawn to the firm as an independent corporate reputation and communications consultancy, which consistently boxes above its weight and services a diverse and global client list. After several months building it up, it is now time to launch our new division to a wider audience. SBC London’s business-minded approach and proprietary newsroom system will be leveraged to deliver strategic insights to the benefit of our existing and future clients.

“SBC London’s consulting services division will enable us to go even further on behalf of our clients, provide even more benefit to their firms and help their leaders succeed.”

Little will also continue to oversee the SPIT, a weekly closed-circulation, advisory produced by SBC London and read by senior executives in global financial centers including the City of London and Wall Street.

Louis Rynsard, SBC’s Director of Reputation & Strategy said:

“The concept of the new division was client lead, and has been developed in consultation with them at every step. Effectively, they asked for an additional service and we provided it. At SBC London everything we do is about relentlessly pursuing excellence for our clients. From second-to-none reputation strategy mapping to the best media management in the game, along with our fearless and fierce approach, we pride ourselves on delivering measurable results, fast.

“With Ghislaine heading up our new consulting services division, we have formalised a function that we have been providing for some time into an effective and valuable offer. Ghislaine is perfectly placed to deliver. At UBS, she built an impressive track record in advising entrepreneurs, venture capitalists & UHNW executives on their complex wealth challenges and oversaw a combined client portfolio of $2.1 billion AUM. She brings brains and experience to the new role and, just as important, she is a wonderful cultural fit to the firm.”

Little has a degree in Political Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.