Is it time to say goodbye to fixed rate mortgages?
Are you coming to the end of a fixed rate mortgage deal? Navigate the UK mortgage landscape with insights on fixed vs tracker rates, interest rate predictions, and strategic decisions.
We are strengthening our specialist commercial banking team
We are delighted to announce the appointment of four experts in new, specialist areas within our commercial banking team.
Arbuthnot Latham champions UK innovation with Head of Entrepreneurs appointment
Arbuthnot Latham is bolstering its offering to entrepreneurs by hiring John Hilson as Head of Entrepreneurs, Private Banking.
Introduction to ESG Investing
More people are realising that the power of their wealth can be used to make a positive difference in the world. Here is a short introduction if you are considering sustainable investing as part of your overall strategy.
Meet the Team - Liam Hutchings
In our latest Meet the Team profile, we speak with Liam Hutchings, Director of Professionals at Arbuthnot Latham.
Glossary of Common ESG and Socially Responsible Investment Terms
As sustainable investing continues to gain popularity, it is important to understand the terminology involved. Get started with the most common terms in this article.
BoE chief firm on higher rates
Governor Andrew Bailey remains concerned with the supply side of economic growth, he reiterated that the central bank would ‘do what it takes’ to get inflation to the 2% target.
BoE chief hints at longer term higher rates
Last Wednesday’s drop in inflation to 4.60% was a clear turning point in Britain’s recent economic story.
Building a resilient future: Our take on the Autumn Statement
Jason da Silva, Director of Global Investment Strategy, reflects on yesterday’s Autumn Statement and looks at the impact this may have on investors.
Focus shifts to UK Autumn Statement next week
UK headline inflation dropped sharply to a 2-year low of 4.6%, reinforcing expectations that the Bank of England has reached peak interest rates, with forecasters now pricing in an initial rate cut by June next year.
UK inflation rate expected to drop to 5%
Markets have remained volatile following the recent central bank meetings, with comments from UK officials this week reinforcing expectations we have reached peak interest rates, and cuts could start from June next year.
Analysts think base rates have peaked
The Bank of England kept interest rates at their 15-year high of 5.25% and are likely to hold now until the latter half of next year, when rate cuts are expected to start. The vote was split 6-3.