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and offering personal service

Our customers

share our values

A family business

since 1672

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philanthropy

 

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you trust with your

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C. Hoare & Co. is the United Kingdom’ s oldest privately owned bank, founded in 1672. We have weathered many crises and we stand ready to support our customers through the COVID-19 pandemic. The bank is very much open for business. Our full range of services is operating as usual, with most staff working remotely while branches are closed. We have a number of measures in place to help our customers and their businesses through this difficult time and we continue to welcome new customers.
We remain small enough to offer our customers a highly personalised private banking service and are dedicated to building lasting relationships with everyone who banks with us. On becoming a customer of C. Hoare & Co., you will be assigned a relationship manager who will take time to look after you and your family.

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News & Events

  • David Nott: War Doctor20th Aug 2020

    For the past 30 years, surgeon David Nott has taken unpaid leave from the NHS to volunteer in some of the world’s most dangerous war zones and natural disaster areas.

    In 2015, with his wife Elly, he set up the David Nott Foundation; since then, the foundation has p...

  • Coronavirus: Service Update13th Aug 2020

    We are pleased to say that from 1st September 2020, the Banking Hall at 37 Fleet Street will be open for Cashiers’ services (10am-3pm, Monday to Friday).

  • Patrick Woodroffe, in conversation with Audrey Hoare6th Aug 2020

    The Tokyo Olympics should be happening this week, but since Covid-19 has cancelled the games, we thought we might look back on London’s unforgettable Olympic summer. 

    Patrick Woodroffe, lighting designer for the spectacular opening and closing displays of ‘London 2...

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