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Press Release

Hampden & Co reports strong lending during Q3

  • Total lending of £289 million up 16 per cent against previous quarter and increased 77 per cent year-on-year
  • Deposits increase steadily despite drop in interest rates
  • Bank raising additional share capital of £3 million in Q4
  • David Huntley joins Board and will become Chairman of the Risk Committee upon regulatory approval
  • Hampden & Co sees relationship-driven approach “in demand and even more important” during Covid-19
  • Hampden & Co extends services with launch of retirement mortgages

Edinburgh, London, 20 October 2020 - UK private bank Hampden & Co has reported strong results during Q3 on the back of demand for borrowing. Total lending was up 16 per cent against the previous quarter at £289 million and increased 77 per cent on a year-on-year basis. Deposits also increased over the quarter, up £5.2 million, despite the drop in interest rates to historic lows, and were up 18% to £429 million on a year-on-year basis.

The bank, which has offices in Edinburgh and London, is raising an additional £3 million from existing investors during Q4 which will take its overall share capital raise to approximately £10 million in 2020.

Following on from board announcements earlier this year, including the arrival of Simon Miller as Hampden & Co Chairman, David Huntley has joined the board and will become Chairman of the Risk Committee upon regulatory approval. Huntley, who is a qualified actuary, brings significant financial sector experience from Pearl Life, Scottish Re and Swiss Re Life. Graeme Hartop, Hampden & Co CEO, said: “We strengthened both the leadership team and the board this year, and David is another key appointment for the bank.”

Hampden & Co has seen its relationship-driven approach to banking as a differentiator to the rest of the market, something that Hartop says has become “in demand and even more important” since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Hartop added: “New clients of the bank have expressed their need for access to banking expertise, especially during the pandemic, and their increased dissatisfaction with the service levels at high street banks. We have all been facing up to such a challenging environment this year, it has not been an easy time for anyone, and we have concentrated our efforts on helping clients to mitigate the economic impact and to navigate these difficult times.”

In September, Hampden & Co extended its range of services with the launch of an interest-only retirement mortgage aimed at people managing their inheritance tax liabilities or who want to raise a lump sum without disturbing other assets. Graeme Hartop said: “We have established a strong position in the market, in no small part by supporting clients with complex finances who typically fall outside the algorithm-driven lending approach of the mainstream banks. This new mortgage service extends our overall offering in this area.”

In August, Hampden & Co reported first-half revenue up to £4.8 million.

- Published 23 October 2020

Press Release

Hampden & Co reports continued strong growth in 2019 annual results

  • Income up 36 percent to £8.7m, deposits grew by 53 percent to £409m and lending increased by 54 percent to £203m
  • In December, Hampden acquired a £31m loan book from Smith & Williamson
  • Hampden experienced a strong start in Q1 of 2020 pre Covid-19 impact
  • Simon Miller to become Chairman

Edinburgh, London, 29 April 2020 - UK private bank Hampden & Co has reported annual results for the year to 31st December 2019 with income up 36 percent to £8.7 million (2018: £6.4m), client deposits growing by 53 percent to £409.4 million (2018: £267.5m) and client lending increased by 54 percent to £203.8 million (2018: £132.5m). The lending figure of £203.8 million includes £31 million from the successful acquisition and transfer of Smith & Williamson’s loan book in December. The strong business growth in both deposits and lending included an expansion into the mortgage intermediary market, particularly in relation to complex mortgages for high net worth individuals.

At the beginning of 2019 Hampden & Co launched its mobile digital banking app as a service to clients and in April, the bank’s cornerstone shareholders invested £9.8 million to support continued growth and to meet ongoing costs and regulatory requirements. The bank actively hired throughout the year, including the appointment of Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Bell who joined from Aegon Asset Management in September, strengthening its service to clients across the UK.

In the current year, Hampden experienced a strong start in the first quarter and announced the appointment of Simon Miller as Chairman last month. Miller rejoins the private bank he helped found in 2010 ahead of Hampden & Co opening for business in 2015 when it became the first new UK private bank to be launched in over quarter of a century.

Since the coronavirus outbreak, Hampden has been working closely with clients to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 as the wider banking sector feels the strain of the outbreak. In particular, Hampden & Co’s banking team is supporting clients around liquidity and the refinancing of loans, while experiencing an upswing in new clients who are migrating accounts and loans from other banks.

Graeme Hartop, Hampden & Co’s CEO, said: “2019 represented the bank’s fourth year of trading and it was another strong year, both in terms of financial and operating performance, and delivery to clients. We strengthened the banking teams in Edinburgh and London while making a series of senior hires across the bank. Following a strong start to 2020, like many businesses and individuals across the UK we face challenging times in the face of the current health crisis. However, we feel fortunate to have experienced bankers who have been through previous economic crises who are able to help their clients through the current issues they face. Looking ahead, we are confident that our absolute client-first focus will continue to attract strong levels of new business.”

Alex Hammond-Chambers, Hampden & Co’s current Chairman, said: “Hampden & Co has established itself as one of the most highly-rated banks in the UK private banking sector. Notwithstanding the current pandemic and related economic uncertainty ahead, it has a robust business model and client-first mentality that puts the bank in a strong position to continue its upward trajectory. Hampden & Co has an experienced and agile team which continues to deliver a high quality service to a growing client base.“

- Published 30 April 2020

Press Release

Hampden & Co helping clients navigate Covid-19

  • Private bank in proactive mode with clients to mitigate impact of Covid-19
  • Hampden providing liquidity and enabling clients to refinance existing loans
  • Clients in hospitality, leisure and property development among those hit hardest by pandemic
  • Mark Prentice: “Our team is working as close to ‘business as usual’ as possible and we remain open for business with full functionality around payments and loans”
  • Hampden is set to report 2019 annual results and appointed chair Simon Miller earlier this month

Edinburgh, London, 23 April 2020 - UK private bank Hampden & Co is taking a proactive approach with clients in order to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 as the wider banking sector feels the strain of the coronavirus pandemic. Hampden’s banking team has been supporting existing clients with liquidity and the refinancing of loans, while experiencing an upswing in new clients who are migrating accounts and loans from other banks. Clients connected to hospitality, leisure and property development in particular, some of the sectors hardest hit by the pandemic to date, have been turning to Hampden & Co for support.

Mark Prentice, Head of Banking for Hampden & Co in Scotland said: “As our team switched to more remote working we were on the phone to clients to find out how they were coping. We’re especially aware of those clients in the industries we know are really feeling the brunt in economic terms. What we’re also seeing is that people are not receiving the same level of support from the bigger banks and they’re turning to us for help and to take over their loans.”

Prentice added: “We’ve been able to help clients in a range of ways, including refinancing loans recalled by other banks, to supporting individuals who have relocated to the UK from overseas. All areas where people are telling us they are having issues with the bigger banks.

“While Covid-19 has been challenging for us, along with so many other businesses, we’re fortunate to have experienced bankers who have been through the good and the bad times before and have the knowledge and confidence to support our clients and each other at this time. While the country is in lockdown, clients continue to need tailored banking services, and although we’re working remotely, it’s business as usual. With clients and advisors alike, we’ve found that people really appreciate being able to speak to someone with real experience to discuss challenges and options.”

Hampden & Co is set to report annual results for 2019 and earlier this month appointed Simon Miller to become its new chairman.

About Hampden & Co

Hampden opened for business in 2015 when it became the first new UK private bank to be launched in over quarter of a century. Headquartered on Edinburgh’s iconic Charlotte Square and with a London office in Mayfair, Hampden offers a full suite of banking services which are tailored to meet the needs of individual clients.

- Published 23 April 2020

Simon Miller returns to Hampden & Co as chairman

  • Miller was a founding director of Scoban in 2010
  • Miller has been Brewin Dolphin’s chair since 2013
  • Miller is also non-executive chairman at Blackrock North American Income and senior independent director at STV Group
  • Hampden & Co CEO Graeme Hartop: “Having Simon back on board is testament to our ambition”
  • Hampden & Co experienced a strong first quarter in 2020 and is set to report annual results later this month
  • Finlay Williamson also to join the board

Edinburgh, London, 7 April 2020 - The Board of Directors of Hampden & Co has announced that Simon Miller is set to become its new chairman. Miller will rejoin the private bank he helped found under its original name, Scoban, in 2010. Scoban was rebranded as Hampden & Co in 2014 and opened for business the following year when it became the first new UK private bank to be launched in over quarter of a century.

Miller has been Brewin Dolphin’s chairman since 2013, overseeing a period of sustained growth during his tenure at one of the UK’s leading wealth management firms. Miller, who read law at Cambridge University and is a Barrister at Law, is currently non-executive chairman at Blackrock North American Income and is senior independent director at London Stock Exchange-listed STV Group plc. His career included 18 years as a non-executive director with Adam & Company and 20 years as executive chairman of Dunedin Capital.

Graeme Hartop, CEO, Hampden & Co said: “Having Simon back on board is testament to our ambition and outlook. Simon is a much respected chairman and non-executive director who brings extensive experience from the financial and private banking sectors, including as a co-founder of Hampden & Co a decade ago, to help guide the bank’s next phase of growth.”

Simon Miller said: “In a few short years Hampden has steadily built its reputation and is now one of the most exciting players on the private banking scene. With a client-first mentality, a highly experienced team led by Graeme and a model which allows the bank to work alongside best-of-class advisers across the UK, the future looks bright for the business.”

In addition to Miller’s appointment, Finlay Williamson will join the Board as a non-executive director and Chairman of the Audit Committee. Williamson, a qualified CA, is a former divisional finance director, head of internal audit, and head of mergers and acquisitions at RBS Group. In 2009, Williamson joined Virgin Money plc as CFO, supporting the challenger bank through the acquisition of Northern Rock and the bank’s path to IPO. In 2015 Williamson joined Paragon Bank PLC as an independent non-executive director and in 2017 he also became an independent non-executive director of Paragon Banking Group PLC (together “Paragon”). He is the Chairman of the Risk & Compliance Committee and a member of the Audit Committee at Paragon.

Graeme Hartop said: “Finlay’s retail banking and regulatory expertise and track record of supporting strategic growth at a number of leading brands in the UK financial sector makes him an excellent fit for Hampden & Co.”

The Board of Directors of Hampden & Co is also announcing that Alex Hammond-Chambers will step down as a director and as Chairman of the Board. Graeme Hartop said: “Alex has been with the bank since day one and has been instrumental in its formation and early development. I would like to extend a big thank you on behalf of the Board for his considerable contribution to our success to date.”

Hampden & Co experienced a strong start in the first quarter of 2020, however this was before the impact of Covid-19 which at this time is difficult to predict with any degree of certainty. The bank is set to report its 2019 annual results later this month. Business growth in both deposits and lending was strong and included an expansion into the mortgage intermediary market, particularly in relation to complex mortgages for high net worth individuals. In December the Bank acquired a £30 million loan book from Smith & Williamson following an earlier decision in 2019 for the financial and professional services group to relinquish its banking licence.

About Hampden & Co

Headquartered on Edinburgh’s iconic Charlotte Square and with a London office in Mayfair, Hampden & Co offers a full suite of banking services which are tailored to meet the needs of individual clients.

- Published 7 April 2020

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Hampden & Co appoints Mark Thomson as Head of Credit

  • Thomson was previously Chief Executive of the Scottish Building Society
  • Thomson is a former Credit Director at Scottish Widows Bank
  • Graeme Hartop: “We want to have the best people in the market at Hampden & Co and Mark falls into this category”
  • In December, a portfolio loan book of over £30m was transferred to Hampden & Co from Smith & Williamson

Edinburgh, London, 20th January 2020 - Hampden & Co, the private bank, has appointed Mark Thomson as Head of Credit. Thomson was previously Chief Executive of the Scottish Building Society and was formerly Credit Director at Scottish Widows Bank. Bringing over 35 years of banking industry experience, Thomson is a Chartered Banker, a Fellow of the Chartered Bankers Institute and chaired the Northern Association of Building Societies’ Executive Committee between 2017 and 2019.

Hampden & Co CEO Graeme Hartop said: “Mark was a key member of the senior team during my time at Scottish Widows Bank and brings extensive banking experience and encapsulates our ethos of having the best people in the market at Hampden & Co. Mark will manage our approach to individual credit decision-making, in particular for clients with complex requirements but low risk profile - something that the high street banks find difficult to provide by way of automation.”

Mark Thomson, Hampden & Co’s Head of Credit said: “I’ve always been of the opinion that every client’s individual circumstances should be a very important factor when assessing lending applications and not placing total reliance on application scoring systems employed by the vast majority of the mainstream banking sector. Hampden & Co is in direct contrast to the high street banks in this area, the bank is making the right impression in the marketplace and I look forward to contributing to its ongoing success.”

In December Smith & Williamson transferred a £30 million loan book to Hampden & Co following an earlier decision in 2019 for the financial and professional services group to relinquish its banking licence.

Last August, Hampden & Co reported 48% year-on-year income growth in its half-year results, with deposits up 39% and lending increased by 44%. Business growth in 2019 has been supported by Hampden & Co’s expansion into the mortgage intermediary market, particularly in relation to complex mortgages for high net worth individuals. 2019 saw the launch of a new digital banking service and, in late September the private bank appointed financial services industry stalwart Andrew Bell to the post of Chief Commercial Officer. Headcount across Hampden & Co’s Edinburgh and London offices is now above 100 and further hires are set to be announced in Q1 of 2020.

- Published 17 October 2019

Hampden & Co has now received £30m of Smith & Williamson loan book

  • Hampden & Co was selected by Smith & Williamson to take on its loan book following the latter’s decision to give up its banking licence
  • Hampden & Co working closely with Smith & Williamson and its client base moving forward
  • Smith & Williamson deal has created follow-up interest from other wealth managers across the UK
  • Business growth in 2019 has been supported by Hampden & Co’s expansion into the high net worth mortgage intermediary market
  • Headcount across Hampden & Co’s Edinburgh and London offices now above 100
  • Further hires to be announced early in the New Year

Edinburgh, London, 30th December 2019 - Hampden & Co plc, the private bank, has received the £30m of Smith & Williamson loan book following the decision earlier this year for the financial and professional services group to relinquish its banking licence. Hampden & Co also expects to build its relationship with Smith & Williamson and its client base moving forward, and to extend the range of banking services available to them.

Graeme Hartop, Hampden & Co’s CEO, said: “What really resonated with Smith & Williamson was our exclusive focus on high quality, service-led private banking and what we’ve found since announcing the deal is that there has been a significant step-up in interest from other wealth managers across the UK. It’s great to see that our collaborative way of working with a range of wealth managers is proving to be a real differentiator for Hampden & Co in the marketplace.”

In August, Hampden & Co reported 48% year-on-year income growth in its half-year results, with deposits up 39% and lending increased by 44%. Business growth in 2019 has been supported by Hampden & Co’s expansion into the mortgage intermediary market, particularly in relation to complex mortgages for high net worth individuals. The beginning of 2019 saw the launch of a new digital banking service and, in late September the private bank appointed financial services industry stalwart Andrew Bell to the post of Chief Commercial Officer. Headcount across Hampden & Co’s Edinburgh and London offices is now above 100 and further hires are set to be announced in Q1 of 2020.

- Published 30 December 2019

Smith & Williamson transfers portfolio loan book to Hampden & Co

  • Smith & Williamson previously announced strategic move to relinquish banking licence
  • Transfer expected to complete later this year

Edinburgh, London, 29th October 2019 - Hampden & Co plc, the private bank, has been selected by Smith & Williamson to take on its loan book following the recent decision by the financial and professional services group to relinquish its banking licence. The loan book is secured against Smith & Williamson client investment portfolios and the transfer of the loans to Hampden & Co is expected to complete later this year.

Hampden & Co CEO, Graeme Hartop, said: “We are delighted to have been selected by Smith & Williamson to take on the loans they have in place with their clients. When we launched Hampden & Co we identified an opportunity in the market for a private bank that focused exclusively on high quality, service-led banking, and so would be well positioned to work collaboratively with specialist wealth managers like Smith & Williamson.”

David Cobb, Co-CEO at Smith & Williamson said: “It is crucial that our clients continue to receive the same high level of service that they have been accustomed to. When we examined the market, we recognised the same culture and sense of commitment at Hampden & Co, and its clear focus on banking made the decision a relatively straightforward one.”

Reflecting on continuing growth at Hampden & Co and the value expected to flow from the Smith & Williamson transfer, Graeme Hartop added: “We have been growing strongly year-on-year since launch, and a key component of that growth has stemmed from recommendations from UK professionals in the high net worth space.”

In August, Hampden & Co reported 48% year-on-year income growth in its half-year results, with deposits up 39% and lending increased by 44%.

- Published 29 October 2019

Hampden & Co announces Chairman Alan Hughes retires from the Board

Edinburgh, London, 15 October 2019 - Hampden & Co plc, the private bank, has announced that its Chairman, Alan Hughes has retired from the board. Alex Hammond-Chambers will take on the role on an interim basis until the new Chairperson is appointed.

Alan joined the bank as Deputy Chairman in 2014 and took on the role of Chairman in 2018. Hughes is an industry stalwart, a previous CEO of First Direct Bank, a former executive board member at HSBC and he serves as Pro-Chancellor and Deputy Chair at Loughborough University.

Graeme Hartop, CEO of Hampden & Co, says “We are immensely grateful for all that he has done to help guide the Bank through launch and the important early years of operation. He has contributed significantly over the years and his vast experience will be missed around the Board table. All the board, and the entire team at Hampden & Co, wish Alan the very best for the future.”

- Published 17 October 2019

Annual Results : 40% Growth and a National Award

Hampden & Co reports 2018 annual results:
  • Lending up 40 per cent, income up 63 per cent
  • ‘UK Private Bank of the Year’ award*.
Since the year end:
  • £9.8m of new investment
  • Alan Hughes appointed Chairman

Edinburgh, London, 4 June 2019 - Hampden & Co plc, the private bank, reported its lending, deposits and income all up by double-digits in its 2018 Results. Lending was up 40 per cent to £132.5 million, deposits up 38% to £267.5 million and total income up 63 per cent to £6.4 million.

In April 2019, Hampden & Co shareholders invested a further £9.8 million in the three year old Bank.

CEO, Graeme Hartop, said: “This growth demonstrates the demand for our truly personalised private banking service. And we added to it in February 2019 our digital banking service and mobile app.”

Hampden & Co’s founder, Ray Entwistle, retired as chairman in 2018 and is succeeded by Alan Hughes. Alan commended Ray’s highly successful career of over 50 years culminating in the creation of Hampden & Co. Alan Hughes said: “After only three years Hampden has been awarded ’UK Private Bank of the Year*, Ray has a great deal to be proud of.”

Hughes is an industry stalwart, a previous CEO of First Direct Bank, a former executive board member at HSBC and he serves as Pro-Chancellor and Deputy Chair at Loughborough University.

- Published 4 June 2019

Hampden & Co on BBC Radio Scotland's "Clever about Cash"

Graeme Hartop, our CEO; Mark Prentice, the Head of Banking in Scotland; and one of our clients were interviewed for BBC Radio Scotland's "Clever about Cash". This segment starts in the 23rd minute. You will need to sign up for a BBC account, if you do not already have one, in order to listen to the interview.

- Published 27 May 2019

Hampden & Co reports rapid growth

HAMPDEN & Co, the independent bank which opened in June 2015, has increased income by 138% and nearly doubled the volume of loans it makes to clients. In the second full year of trading, loans grew by 96% to £94.2m and deposits by 35% to £194.6m.

Hampden & Co is the UK’s newest Private Bank, and was created to provide a personal, professional banking service, in contrast to an industry that is moving in a direction of automation and digital self-service.

Graeme Hartop, CEO of Hampden & Co, said:

I am delighted to be reporting such strong growth figures, which have been driven from both our London and our Edinburgh offices. Our growth demonstrates the fact that there are many successful people who value the service we offer, and are attracted to a bank based on traditional values and personal service.”

Hampden & Co attributes part of this growth to the fact that it focuses purely on providing high quality banking, and does not offer services that compete with other professional advisers such Wealth Managers. This has led to these other professional advisers actively recommending the bank to their clients.

Graeme Hartop continues:

When we launched we were the only Private Bank that focused purely on banking. By working alongside other advisers we are able to form part of a client’s advisory team, to work together on a client’s behalf. This focused position has been welcomed by clients and fellow professionals alike”

While the bank has reported strong balance sheet growth, overall losses increased by 1.6%, with the 138% increase in income to £3.9m offset by increases in costs of 30% to £10.3m.

Graeme Hartop positions these losses by saying:

“These losses are entirely in accordance with our business plan, and are to be expected by a new bank. The fact that our recent capital raising was over-subscribed demonstrates the justified confidence that our shareholders have in the long term prospects for the bank.”

Asked about the increase to the cost base, Hartop provides further details:

“Clearly as the bank grows we need to invest in new people and new services. We recently announced the opening of second premises in Edinburgh, and we continue to hire top talent into the banking team and across the business. We are shortly going to be launching a mobile banking solution as a demonstration of how our traditional banking values are complemented by appropriate technology.”

Chairman Ray Entwistle commented on the results, saying:

“The bank has continued to progress very well, and is in excellent shape. Whilst I am delighted with our financial results it is the ongoing feedback I receive from our clients that is particularly pleasing and shows we are growing from strong foundations.

The fact that our clients have been introducing younger generations from their families to us, has also been well received. It is rewarding to see younger people becoming part of Hampden & Co, something we visualised from the inception."

- Published 5 June 2018

Hampden & Co roaring ahead!

HAMPDEN & Co, the independent bank which opened in June 2015, is strengthening its team serving high net worth clients in Edinburgh and London.

The highly experienced Andrew Jackson is taking on the newly-created post of “Head of Banking Management” in their Mayfair, London office. With over 30 years in private banking, he joins from the private bank Duncan Lawrie.

Graeme Hartop, CEO of Hampden & Co., said:

“Andrew Jackson is one of private banking’s most respected and experienced practitioners and it is testimony to the success of our private banking proposition that he wants to become part of our team.”

Further evidence of the private bank’s expansion is the addition of a second office in Edinburgh.

Hampden & Co have acquired second premises close to their existing base in Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. The new office is just around the corner in South Charlotte Street and will house the operational and administration teams with clients still going to the existing Charlotte Square office for meetings with their private banker.

Hampden & Co believe in their relationship-driven approach to private banking whereby they look at a client’s overall situation, including their family and family businesses, not just a bank account in isolation.

Graeme Hartop said:

“We don’t just provide private banking for an individual, we look at their entire banking needs and extend our services to their family and to their commercial businesses. When clients are looking to support their son or daughter, for example, by helping them with securing a mortgage, we would happily assist them.”

Hampden & Co see a wide range of high net worth individuals being interested in becoming clients, and frequently work with other advisers to high net worth clients as part of a broader team. Graeme Hartop, said “Advisers such as wealth managers, accountants and lawyers can be hesitant to introduce their clients to a bank which offers services that compete with their own. By purely focusing on providing a professional, relationship-driven banking service, these advisers are happy to introduce their clients to us, as well as taking advantage of it themselves.”

Chairman Ray Entwistle, reflects on the growth of the bank, saying:

“There is no doubt the large banks want to reduce costs, as we have seen with the recent branch closure announcements, and this creates a very de-personalised banking experience. Many successful people however still value a personal, professional service. That’s what we do, and it’s working.”

Alan Steel, the Chairman of Alan Steel Asset Management, reinforces the point “Having been in Independent Financial Advice for 45 years now, I’m only too aware of what clients want regarding care of their wealth: trust, knowledge and quality of service. And that’s why my wife and I chose to bank with Hampden & Co. And we’ve invested in their future too. There’s confidence for you.”

Graeme Hartop concluded:

“We are expanding our headcount and our premises. We’ve come a long way in less than three years and we will be announcing further hirings shortly.

Our growth proves that there is a market for quality private banking and our belief that banking is a people business is paying off for us and our clients."

- Published 21 May 2018

Hampden & Co’s recent capital raise 20% over-subscribed

Hampden & Co, the UK’s newest Private bank, has announced that it raised more capital than planned in its recent fundraising. The bank intended to secure £12.5 million in additional funds, but due to shareholder demand, this increased to over £15 million.

Graeme Hartop, the Hampden & Co CEO, puts the increased interest from shareholders down to the fact that there is significant demand for a private bank delivering a high quality, personal service, he adds “Our business is growing well and we continue to attract clients who are looking for a personal, professional banking service. Our shareholders have a firm belief in this relationship model and as our reputation grows there is a healthy demand for our shares.”

Hartop believes the fact that the bank has a dedicated focus on providing high quality banking services is another reason behind the rapid growth “Successful individuals frequently use a range of advisers, such as wealth managers, accountants and lawyers, and we have found that these advisers are very happy to refer their clients to us because of our growing reputation in delivering a truly relationship-driven approach, that complements the services that they offer their clients.”

- Published 31 Jan 2018

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