Arag teams with PR firm to provide crisis management

Short-term economic outlook remains 'confusing'

Arag said it was the first LEI to launch such a service. The provider said it came after having received a number of enquiries from customers asking for immediate assistance in dealing with an issue.

The tie-up will aim to limit adverse publicity and, in a statement, Arag confirmed: "Whether dealing with a single press enquiry or a gathering media circus, the crisis communication service can be accessed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year."

As part of the service, Chelgate will be able to prepare

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