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Arbuthnot Latham appoints Saxby as director, private banking


Arbuthnot Latham, the independent private bank, has appointed Dan Saxby as director, private banking.

His new role will include engagement with high net worth (HNW) individuals within the City and predominately within the legal, accountancy and financial professions.
Saxby has worked at the highest levels in a senior capacity for over 24 years where he has managed the wealth of HNW individuals in the City and where over the years he has built an impressive client-base of professionals. Saxby joins Arbuthnot Latham from Coutts where he was an executive director and wealth manager. 
This is the latest in a series of new appointments at Arbuthnot Latham in recent months and form part of the ongoing enhancement of the private banking and wealth management services provided by the bank. 

James Fleming, chief executive of Arbuthnot Latham, says: “Dan Saxby brings a vast amount of experience to his new role as director, private banking, experience that has been gained at the highest levels.
“Dan will be looking to build on the excellent networking skills that he developed previously and which he will put to good use in engaging with HNW individuals in the City who work predominantly in the legal, accountancy and financial professions.
“I am delighted that Arbuthnot Latham has been able to attract the calibre of Dan Saxby to join our team and look forward to working with him.”
Saxby says: “I am delighted to be joining Arbuthnot Latham. At a time when market conditions remain very challenging for the major banks it is fantastic to join an established, yet vibrant and ambitious independent private bank.”

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