INTERVIEW: Arbuthnot Banking Group Continuing the good work

Arbuthnot Banking Group (LON:ARBB) is the topic of conversation with Hardman & Co Analyst Mark Thomas. Mark talks us through the key take-aways from the H1 results, talks about costs, impairments, funding and financial position.

You can read Mark’s report here.

Arbuthnot Banking Group comprises its subsidiary, Arbuthnot Latham & Co., Limited and its associated company, Secure Trust Bank PLC. Arbuthnot Latham offers a carefully crafted expert private and commercial banking and comprehensive wealth planning and discretionary investment management service. Clients receive a bespoke service from a team of people that have the expertise, experience and autonomy needed to provide it.

Banking is handled by your Private Banker, an experienced individual who is responsible for all your dealings within the bank. Providing a complete range of bank accounts, loans, overdrafts and foreign trade, designed to be easy and convenient.

The Wealth Planning team provide clear and objective advice, whilst establishing flexible strategies in collaboration with clients’ professional advisers. Qualified advisers cover such things as; Wealth structuring, Tax mitigation, Estate preservation and Retirement planning.

Our highly-personalised discretionary investment management service offers an unrestricted range of asset classes which allows a unique tailored approach. A scientific assessment of your needs and attitude to risk via our sophisticated Risk Tolerance Questionnaire allows for the optimal return for the risk taken.

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