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A family business

since 1672

Our customers

share our values

Choosing who

you trust with your

banking is a very personal matter

Innovators in

philanthropy

 

Efficient, Trustworthy

& Offering a Personal Service

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We are the United Kingdom's oldest, family owned private bank. We combine a modern approach to banking and technology with our traditional values. We aim to build long-term relationships with all our customers and to offer an exceptional and personalised service.
Offering multiple services and expertise under ‘one roof’ enables us to combine the delivery of these services, wherever possible, to make it convenient, consistent and efficient for our customers.

Latest Videos

Our Approach to Behavioural Finance by James Hoare
An Interview with Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett
A Guide to The Master Charitable Trust
Annamaria Koerling - Managing your Wealth
Simon Barker discusses the bank's focus on Charities
Introduction to the bank

News & Events

  • Budget - Stock Image (www.istockphoto.com)Did Budget Day Deliver?27th Mar 2015

    Last week’s pre-election Budget certainly contained some headline grabbers (such as ending annual tax returns), but we expect the post-election Budget to be of greater importance.  This Budget gave the Chancellor an opportunity to capitalise on the current economic ‘feel...

  • Federal Reserve Building NY FlagNo Longer Patient, Not Yet Ready to Act24th Mar 2015

    As was widely expected, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) dropped the word “patient” from the statement it released last week, a move that was anticipated to imply an imminent increase in interest rates.  Through its forward guidance, the Fed has tried to give an indication of...

  • Thinkstock Budget and stethoscopeMarch 2015 Budget 19th Mar 2015

    With polling day just over seven weeks away, Mr Osborne's sixth Budget was always going to be heavily laced with politics. Some of the proposals the Chancellor announced may not survive to become legislation depending on the result of the election.

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