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May 26, 2015

While a good reputation can bolster consumer loyalty and even increase sales, one slip up in the public eye can set a family name back generations. A new report by Campden Wealth and Credit Suisse looks at the increasing importance of reputation management in Asia

When Korea Air vice president Cho Hyun-ah delayed a flight on her family’s airline last year after becoming enraged by a flight attendant who served her nuts in a bag rather than on a plate, the public fallout was immediate. Twitter hashtags were created and newspaper editorials criticised her entitlement. Within a month the 40-year-old had resigned from all her positions within the family holding company Hanjin Group and is facing criminal charges, while her family’s airline is looking at a $2 million fine and possible flight bans.

May 16, 2012

High net worth individuals in Malaysia, India, Indonesia and Thailand are not just the happiest in Asia, they are also confident of tripling their fortunes within the next 10 years.

High net worth individuals in Malaysia, India, Indonesia and Thailand are not just the happiest in Asia, they are also confident of tripling their fortunes within the next 10 years.

That’s one of the findings of a survey of 2,800 rich individuals across nine countries in Asia, conducted by wealth industry consultant Scorpio Partnership.

The study found high net worth Malaysians, Indians, Indonesians and Thais as the “most content when it comes to their life-wealth balance”.

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