What is your banking specialism?
My specialism is in property lending. Historically, I have worked across commercial and private banking, and I enjoy using this broad skillset to understand clients’ needs and tailor appropriate solutions for them.
What is happening in your sector at the moment, how are you able to help?
In conversations with clients, the importance of having a dedicated point of contact at their bank, who is easy to reach is something that is highly valued. I have been told of numerous occasions where people have been unable to progress banking or lending requirements with institutions due to difficulties in communicating with them. Being able to discuss options with a relationship manager and have confidence in a bank’s support for a proposition is rare, and something that is highly prized by clients. I can provide this level of service to existing and potential clients of Arbuthnot Latham.
Why did you decide to work at Arbuthnot Latham and what do you see as our unique selling point?
The opportunity to join a prestigious private bank where clients are the primary focus was something that appealed to me. The bank is structured in a way that allows me to give certainty and create compelling propositions for clients, whether through our core bank or one of our subsidiaries.
What do you like to do outside of work?
I enjoy watching all sports, particularly Liverpool FC. Living in the beautiful city of Bath, I enjoy the many walks the city and surrounding areas have to offer. There are a number of fantastic restaurants in the South West, which I enjoy frequenting. Although travel has been difficult over the last couple of years I am hopeful of being able to resume my passion for visiting other countries in the coming years.
As our Commercial Real Estate team continues to grow, we speak with Senior Commercial Banker, Angela Niering-Wren, who recently joined our team.
As our Commercial Real Estate team continues to grow, we speak with Senior Commercial Banker, Justin Snoxell, who recently joined our team.