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Arbuthnot Banking Group moves London HQ

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Arbuthnot Banking Group has moved its London headquarters from 
Ropemaker Street to Wilson Street, EC2M 2SN where it will also serve 
as the principal location for Arbuthnot Latham & Co and Secure Trust 
Bank PLC. 

For the past ten years the Arbuthnot Banking Group has had its London headquarters in Ropemaker Street, however, with the expansion of the Group’s activities, a decision was made by the Board in 2012 to acquire 7, Wilson Street.  The Wilson Street offices have been completely refurbished in advance of Arbuthnot’s occupancy this month.    
 
Henry Angest, Arbuthnot Banking Group’s Chairman and Chief Executive, says: “The move of the Arbuthnot headquarters to Wilson Street is another milestone in our long-established history and is the next significant landmark in the development of our business which started in 1833 less than half a mile away in Great St Helen’s.”     

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