Known for a forensic focus and dynamic nature, Maltin PR managing partner Tim Maltin guides HNWs on pressing reputational issues. Previously chairman of Hardy Amies Plc and Lehmann Communications, Maltin founded the firm in 2008, and uses his broad experiences across crisis management and litigation PR – he has penned numerous essays and industry guides on the topic and has been ranked one of the premier crisis comms managers in London – to support HNWs and organisations dealing with complex legal and financial disputes.
When not helping keep reputations afloat and sinking PR risks, Maltin is a RMS Titanic aficionado – he has authored several tomes on the topic and even presented a National Geographic documentary on the famed ocean liner.
Tim is Managing Partner of Maltin PR , an award-winning and internationally recognised reputation management firm based in London. The firm provides the full range of reputation management services for HWNs and corporates and is ranked in Band 1 in Chambers for Litigation PR and Communications.
Tim was recently named Outstanding Individual of the Year at the Citywealth Brand Management and Reputation Awards, and is listed as one of the top five Crisis Communications experts in London in the Lawdragon Global 100 Leaders in Legal Strategy and Consulting.
A legal source calls Tim ‘the driving force of the firm’ and states that he is ‘exceptionally good in complex, high-profile cases’. Clients praise his dynamism, with one saying he ‘has an energy in him that makes him a force of action’. Another comments: ‘He will run through brick walls for his clients. He knows absolutely everyone and always understands what's going on and what can be achieved.’
Tim is a recognised expert in Reputation Management and Litigation PR. Ranked in Chambers and Partners for Litigation Support since the Guide's inception, with the Guide describing him as ‘extremely proactive’ and ‘an excellent ideas man’. The Guide also recognised his understanding of legal and litigation matters, and his ability to ‘quickly grasp the agendas involved in a case’. The Guide also describes Tim as ‘a very passionate advocate for his clients. He really fights their corner and is very much a part of the team. He takes very complex litigation and presents it to journalists in a way that is digestible without losing any of the accuracy.’
Tim works closely with prominent UHNWs and corporates to steer their reputations through the toughest situations. He also helps clients to repair their reputations following information warfare campaigns.