Gabriel's stakeholder communications and corporate reporting practice comprises an experienced team of business and communication specialists, writers and designers. Our approach is structured to deliver clear, compliant and compelling content, beautifully and efficiently designed – communications that build trust and loyalty among your investors and other stakeholders.
Our offering includes:
Projects benefit from our relationships with investors, a wide range of market participants and key business influencers, plus insights from our research and analytics practice.
Gabriel’s approach recognises the importance of keeping messages “crisp” and the environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors that have an increasingly important impact on corporate value, sustainability and reputation.
One of the first annual reports we ever worked on was for Allied Lyons Plc (which became Allied Domecq, now part of Pernod Ricard). The cover shot pictured above depicting a Master Cooper signalled the craft and quality at the heart of the company’s proposition. This image was one of many in a series of photographs taken by world renowned photographers Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Lord Snowden and John Claridge. “The shoot took us from Canada to Mexico, across the US and to Jamaica…” said Chris Warner, Gabriel Head of Brand & Creative Services, who art-directed and managed the project. “We were reporting at a critical time in the company's development, marking its acquisition of Canadian drinks giant Hiram Walker, articulating the benefits of the deal to shareholders and crucially, setting out its vision for the future.”
Dozens of reports and other business-critical communications have followed since, for clients ranging from Northumbrian Water Group to NatWest. Today, working predominantly in the financial and business services sectors, our team is focused on offering clients a versatile and cost-effective service; strong, differentiating ideas, without the big agency price tags.
“Integrated reporting [offers] the opportunity to present the company as an advocate of sustainability, align the company’s risks with its opportunities, and adopt a more holistic view of the real drivers of corporate performance”
Gabriel’s Corporate Reporting service benefits from our wider involvement in the industry, FRC and FCA-related initiatives, and research assignments concerning corporate governance and sustainability, for example:
New risks, new rules: In a changing world, what should good governance look like?
Sustainable investing: separating fact from fiction