Arbuthnot Banking Group

Founded in 1833, Arbuthnot Latham has a long and exciting history. Originally operating as a merchant bank our service offering has developed over the years, leading us to where we are today – an independent boutique Private Bank. We focus on working in partnership with you to achieve your financial goals. The bank believes in a truly tailored personal experience that adapts over time to support your wealth journey. Arbuthnot Latham offers private and commercial banking, 'whole of market' wealth planning and an investment management service. Our flexible structure means you can choose exactly how you want to deal with us, and we will tailor our services to meet your individual needs. We help you with all aspects of your life, from supporting your business to helping you plan the best future for you and your family. For business. For Family. For Life Your dedicated Banker will use their knowledge and experience to ensure that everything we do is built around your specific needs.

Arbuthnot Latham & Co., Limited is Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.

London, GB
Size (employees)
937 (est)
Arbuthnot Banking Group was founded in 1833 and is headquartered in London, GB

Arbuthnot Banking Group Office Locations

Arbuthnot Banking Group has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
7 Wilson St

Arbuthnot Banking Group Data and Metrics

Arbuthnot Banking Group Financial Metrics

Arbuthnot Banking Group's revenue was reported to be £159.9 m in FY, 2015 which is a 41% increase from the previous period.

Revenue (FY, 2015)

159.9 m

Revenue growth (FY, 2014 - FY, 2015), %


Net income (FY, 2015)

17.1 m

Market capitalization (25-Jul-2017)

203 m

Closing share price (25-Jul-2017)


Cash (31-Dec-2015)

368.6 m
Arbuthnot Banking Group's current market capitalization is £203 m.
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


126.3 m113.2 m159.9 m

Revenue growth, %


Pre tax profit

15.7 m13.9 m22.6 m

Net Income

11.5 m10.5 m17.1 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


193 m115.9 m368.6 m

Accounts Receivable

859 m1.3 b1.7 b

Current Assets

1.1 b1.4 b2.1 b


10.4 m16 m135.2 m


13.1 m11.3 m10.9 m

Total Assets

1.1 b1.4 b2.2 b

Accounts Payable

972.4 m1.2 b2 b

Current Liabilities

1 b1.3 b2 b

Total Liabilities

1 b1.3 b2.1 b

Retained Earnings

5.1 m4.8 m8.6 m

Total Equity

66.6 m113.5 m123.5 m

Financial Leverage

16.4 x12.7 x18.1 x
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash From Operating Activities

(34.3 m)(163.8 m)234.9 m

Cash From Financing Activities

7.3 m70.1 m17.4 m

Income Taxes Paid

(4.2 m)(3.4 m)(5.4 m)
Y, 2015

Financial Leverage

18.1 x

Arbuthnot Banking Group Market Value History

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Is the UK economy losing its post-Brexit resilience?

Nina Skero, managing economist at the Centre for Economics and Business Research, says Yes. While February’s industrial production data were disappointing, we expect the sector to perform well over 2017 boosted by export competitiveness resulting from the weaker pound. Looking beyond the most rec…

Flagging business investment needs government boost ICAEW says

An influential business group has called for government to do more to tackle falling capital spending as fears are rising about a slowdown in long-term business investment. The Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAEW) forecasts businesses will invest 1.9 per cent less in 2017 as companies start…

Is it time for economists to admit they were wrong about Brexit?

Ruth Lea, economic adviser to the Arbuthnot Banking Group, says Yes. The Bank of England was far too pessimistic in August when it slashed 2017’s forecast growth rate to 0.8 per cent and its accompanying monetary package was premature, to say the least. Unsurprisingly, therefore, it has since upg…

Will UK economic growth remain robust in 2017?

Ruth Lea, economic adviser at Arbuthnot Banking Group, says Yes. The latest Markit survey results found that business activity picked up appreciably in December in all three sectors – manufacturing, construction and services, suggesting that growth remained buoyant in the final quarter. Moreover,…

Should the government delay invoking Article 50?

Sarah Olney, Liberal Democrat by-election candidate for Richmond Park, says Yes. Yesterday’s leaked Brexit memo made it clear why Theresa May won’t tell us her plan for Brexit; because she doesn’t have one. Her government is failing to come up with clear answers on the most important issues, incl…
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