Peter Wilson-Smith set to leave Quiller Consultants

Quiller is set to lose financial specialist Peter Wilson-Smith in the second major departure to hit the Huntsworth agency in days.

City expert: Peter Wilson-Smith has a "superb reputation in the City"
City expert: Peter Wilson-Smith has a "superb reputation in the City"

Senior consultant Wilson-Smith will leave in the coming weeks following a decade with the agency, which PRWeek revealed on Monday is also set to lose Sean Worth

However Wilson-Smith, who declined to comment, is understood to be mulling over his options for the future and is not set to join Worth’s new consultancy. 

Described by one source as having a "superb reputation in the City", Wilson-Smith was previously editor in chief of widely read financial industry publication Financial News and spent five years working as a reporter for the BBC’s The Money Programme. 

Recent clients of Wilson-Smith have included former Financial Times editor Sir Richard Lambert, who is set to head a new banking standards review council. 

Quiller, which is made up of ten consultants and covers public affairs as well as litigation and financial and corporate work, declined to comment. 

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