Barnaby Benson Copywriting Agency, UK

Barnaby Benson Ltd is a leading UK copywriting agency. Based in London, we provide copywriting services for many agencies and brands. We offer a wide range of writing services with a strong reputation in tone of voice.  Want to find the right words to make your point? Get in touch with us.; we can help.

Barnaby Benson Ltd, Copywriting Agency, 211 Norwood Road, London, SE24 9AG 

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Creating a new tone of voice in the finance sector

Can tone capture a distinctive company culture?

The client

Investec

The challenge

Investec aren't your usual pinstriped asset management firm. They’re dynamic, progressive and straight-talking, with a culture of doing things differently that comes from their South African heritage. We needed to create a tone of voice that captured this distinctive way of doing things, then bring it to life on their new website.


The solution

What struck us about Investec was the boldness of their senior management’s views. It inspired us to suggest a tone that was sharp and surprising. Like Investec’s senior management, it was disarmingly candid. Where the content was a little dry - this is asset management after all - our headlines were bold and evocative. Wherever possible we would use quotations from Investec managers.

The writing

"It takes 25 years to create a lasting investment capability. So we build organically."

Domenico (Mimi) Ferrini - Co-chief Investment Officer

 

The results

The website scooped a Silver Midas Award for the world’s best financial advertising.

The credits

Copywriting agency: Barnaby Benson Copywriting London

Copywriter: Barnaby Benson

Agency: The Partners (now Superunion)

Client: Investec

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