About us

A sector-led, political, regulatory and campaigning firm that delivers results for our clients to enhance their commercial outcomes and improve their operating environments.

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Our key sectors

Agri-food

Hume Brophy’s international agri-food practice guides our clients through complex procedures found in agricultural, food production and chemical approvals. Combining detailed knowledge complemented by strategic public relations, we provide unique insight and guidance to an evermore complex market.

Aviation

Our expertise in the Aviation sector, drawn from industry, legal and consultancy backgrounds, allows for a broad range of services to be tailored to our clients’ specific requirements. Our international aviation practice understands and appreciates the complexity of the aviation business.

Energy

Our international Energy practice has wide-ranging experience advising and working with corporate and industry group clients. We understand the range of policy and legislative issues affecting the production, licence to market and trading of energy in Europe and beyond.

Financial Services

From investment, commercial and retail banking to insurance, asset management, markets, private equity and fintech our International Financial Services practice combines deep corporate communications, financial communications, regulatory and public affairs expertise to helps clients resolve complex challenges.

Transparency registry

We always disclose when we are working as lobbyists on behalf of our clients. Click here to view our EU Transparency Registry entry.​

Meet the team

Our integrated teams with their diverse expertise are fully supported by issue-specific consultants who are on hand at all times to achieve client targets and aspirations. These are drawn from media, advertising, in-house, agency, marketing, events, professional services and industry association backgrounds and offer a blend of skills to meet all communication and public affairs challenges.

Improving transparency & sustainability in EU supply chains

The European Commission is taking action to ensure companies develop sustainable corporate governance models and supply chains, reporting publicly on the environmental, social and human rights impacts of business activities and on measures they are putting in place to achieve responsible business conduct. Its initiatives will impact on companies based or operating in the EU as well as on those exporting to the EU from third countries.
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