Coutts & Co. provides private investment, wealth management, commercial banking, and tax advisory services in the United Kingdom and internationally. The company offers accounts and deposits, cards, mortgages, general insurance, and online services; wealth protection, such as tax advice, pensions, and wills and inheritance; and trusts, family business, and charity services for entrepreneurs, executives, international clients, landowners, private offices, professionals, and sports and entertainment industry. It also provides wealth management advice, multi-asset funds, discretionary investment management and portfolio, portfolio management, dealing and custody, alternative investments, treasu...
London, WC2R 0QS
Founded in 1692
Coutts Announces Executive Appointments
Jun 4 15
Coutts has appointed former St James's Place (SJP) and Honister chief executive Mark Lund as a non-executive director. Lund was chief executive of SJP between 2004 and 2007. He was chief executive of the Honister network between 2008 and 2011. He was appointed as a non-executive director of Skipton Financial Services in February 2014. Lund will join Francesca Barnes as an independent director on the Coutts board. They will both act as ambassadors for Coutts' stakeholders. Coutts has also appointed Brian Mullholland as finance director. He joined Coutts in 2014, and was previously global head of capital planning at Royal Bank of Scotland.
Coutts & Co. Appoints Tory Peer Lord William Waldegrave as Chairman of its Jersey Trust Business
May 11 15
Coutts & Co has appointed Tory peer Lord William Waldegrave as chairman of its Jersey trust business. The bank has recently recruited Naomi Rive as chief trust officer, Fiona Whitehead as head of new business and Miles Le Cornu as head of private client services. Waldegrave previously was a non-executive director at Fleming Family & Partners. Prior to this he served as vice chairman of UBS Investment Bank.
Coutts Announces Management Changes
May 7 15
Coutts's chief executive, Alexander Classen, will leave after Union Bancaire Privee agreed to buy the wealth manager. The Swiss private banker will be replaced by Michael Blake, who is currently the unit's general manager in Asia. To fulfil his role, he will relocate from Singapore to Zurich.