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Arbuthnot hires Coutts’ Saxby in wealth management push

Arbuthnot Latham & Co has hired Dan Saxby as director in its private banking arm, marking the latest in a string of hires to boost its wealth management capabilities.

In his new role, Saxby will work with high net worth clients and those predominantly in the legal, accountancy and financial professions.

Prior to joining he worked at Coutts as an executive director and wealth manager.

His previous roles include senior client partner where he was responsible for managing a team of private bankers as well as his own clients.

In September last year, the firm hired Liz Bottomley as head of private banking. She worked at Coutts prior to joining, in the international division.

Arbuthnot’s chief executive James Fleming also joined from Coutts in March last year.

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