At Bowes-Lyon Partnership, our members’ confidentiality and discretion is always at the forefront of our minds and is one of the cornerstones to our business. The recent news surrounding The News Of The World highlights how important personal privacy is and how devastating it can be when compromised. Inquiries will be held into claims that a private investigator, working for the News of the World, hacked into the mobile phone voicemails of celebrities, victims and families of victims of crime, obtaining personal information without permission. These revelations have caused such outrage that James Murdoch, son of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, has announced the newspapers closure as a result.
Our members are often well-known and respected in their fields of work and are acutely conscious of keeping their personal lives private. They join Bowes-Lyon Partnership as they know that we guarantee that their personal information and membership with us will be held in the strictest of confidence. At Bowes-Lyon Partnership, our member’s photos and profiles are not displayed on the internet for people to see and we do not produce a book of photos for people to peruse through. We introduce members to each other on a first name basis only, ensuring that members are in complete control of the amount of information they wish to reveal about themselves, and can do so at a pace they feel comfortable with.