Has QE failed?
Our latest research delves into how the largest economies in the world have adopted QE, what this means to investors and the longer-term implications.
The rise of holiday home investment
In the last three months alone, Google searches for ‘holiday homes for sale’ have grown by 73% year-on-year.
In the media: The Times
The Times’ Banking Editor, Katherine Griffiths looks at Arbuthnot Latham’s recent diversification strategy, our investment in technology, and our ability to capitalise on new opportunities.
How can asset-based lending maximise the level of working capital available to SMEs?
Designed to give owners and directors of SME businesses an insight into asset-based lending, the next topic in our ABL 101 series looks at how ABL positions itself to overcome a working capital shortfall.
Exit strategy: Why this should not be an afterthought
There are many factors which govern how much finance a property professional can secure, and which lenders will fund you. One of these factors is a viable exit strategy.
The rise of HMOs in the UK rental market
Over the last 10-15 years, the UK private rental and HMO sectors have grown strongly. We examine the reasons why.
Meet the Team - Anna Malec
We sit down with Anna Malec, for our “Meet the Team” series with Arbuthnot Specialist Finance (ASFL), the short-term property finance arm of Arbuthnot Latham.
Arbuthnot Commercial ABL backs Three Pears in bringing Great British brands home
Arbuthnot Commercial Asset Based Lending (“ABL”) has structured and delivered a substantial refinance facility for Three Pears Ltd (“Three Pears”), providing the funding to acquire five heritage brands, including Harmony (hairspray & colour); Amplex (deodorant); Stergene (washing liquid); Ingram (shaving foam) and Leichner (makeup).
Economic prospects: an upbeat assessment from the Bank
In this Perspective Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser to the Arbuthnot Banking Group, discusses the outcome of the latest MPC meeting.
Treasury Market Commentary
The Bank of England kept monetary policy on hold yesterday, but as expected, the committee significantly raised its growth and inflation forecasts as the economy begins to bounce back.
Arbuthnot Commercial ABL supports championship-winning Spirit Motorcycles’ acquisition of Talon Engineering
Arbuthnot Commercial Asset Based Lending (“ABL”) has delivered a flexible funding facility to support Spirit Motorcycles (“Spirit”), the team that pioneered the British GP2 Championship, with its strategic acquisition of engineering business, Talon Engineering (“Talon”) for an undisclosed sum.
Eurozone back in recession in 2021Q1 as Covid restrictions curb activity
In this Perspective Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser to the Arbuthnot Banking Group, discusses the first estimates for GDP for 2021Q1.