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Arbuthnot Latham Names New Head Of Executives And Professionals

Amanda Cheesley

2 February 2024

 has appointed Carolyn Moore (pictured) as head of executives and professionals, private banking.

Moore's remit will be to lead Arbuthnot Latham’s executives and professionals team, to develop the proposition and strengthen connections with existing clients, the firm said in a statement.

Moore is joining from Coutts where she was director, broker team lead.

“She brings with her a considerable depth of experience and a unique perspective that aligns with our commitment to empowering both executives and professionals,” Helen Keen, head of UK private banking, said. “Her arrival signifies another exciting chapter in our journey as the bank furthers its commitment to talent acquisition and retention within private banking.”

Moore’s appointment follows John Hilson’s recent appointment as head of entrepreneurs, private banking, enabling Arbuthnot Latham to increase its support UK business leaders. The new hire will also allow Daniel Saxby, director, private banking, to focus on working with his clients, the firm continued.

Moore's hire also follows the appointment last April of Keen, who previously worked at Coutts, as head of UK private banking.

Keen took up this newly-created position after Arbuthnot Latham bolstered its client proposition in 2022 by aligning its business units to client segments, including entrepreneurs, executives and professionals, international, commercial banking, real estate, and media (private and commercial). Keen’s appointment is a part of that transformation, the firm said. See more here.

Arbuthnot Latham's business, which is divided approximately 50/50 across private and commercial banking, has seen strong double-digit growth in client acquisition in recent years. Despite the turbulent times, private accounts are up 30 per cent since January 2020 and commercial accounts are up 40 per cent over the same period, the firm told WealthBriefing. See more here.