Definition of reputational in English:

reputational

adjective

  • See reputation

    • ‘‘Our buyer wanted peace of mind in case an environmental problem developed down the road and caused it undue reputational and brand risks,’ says Harrison.’
    • ‘Bibliometrics and citation analysis look at this graph of citations to extract reputational measures for individual papers, authors, institutions, and sometimes entire fields.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, we aren't so easily able to do that with infractions of business and professional conduct policy, which is a huge element in your company's reputational risk.’
    • ‘‘He's taking financial risk, professional risk, reputational risk, and personal risk,’ says the dean of the University of Michigan Business School.’
    • ‘Mahony argues that investment managers are less willing to invest in companies that carry a reputational risk, and the trio will use their knowledge of the industry to attack these perceptions.’