While investing is our core focus, our clients benefit from our broader approach to wealth management. We’re able to utilise in-house banking and lending capabilities to meet your short-term cash needs and deliver outstanding outcomes under unique circumstances.
Banking & lending services
We want to give our clients the Rothschild & Co experience. They can pick up the phone at any point for any type of financial need and we will find a way to help them."
We focus on finding solutions for our clients rather than selling them products with complex criteria. So, whether it's a large mortgage or the ability to borrow against your portfolio at short notice, we’ll tailor our wealth management services to you.
International private banking
Wherever you are in the world, our offshore team is here to make managing your money simple and secure. We’ll provide you with the flexibility and control you need, backed by our experience in navigating different jurisdictions and international markets.
Our banking & lending services
The big ideas and important details behind our approach to preserving your wealth for the long term.
01 January 2023 | 25 mins
As a family-run business in its seventh generation, our focus is on the long term: to preserve and grow your wealth not only for this generation but for those to come. In this Quarterly Letter, we discuss the important issues surrounding legacies and succession.
19 December 2022 | 5 mins
Recent policy moves by the four western central banks took the total interest rate increase in the last year to nearly twelve percentage points. In this Strategy blog, we take a look at the current inflationary episode and the ensuing effects on the economic environment.
15 December 2022 | 30 mins
With geopolitical risk still present and impossible for markets to ignore (though tensions may not necessarily increase further), we are left facing the cyclical question of whether inflation can subside without an economic slump. In this edition of Market Perspective, Kevin Gardiner and the Strategy Team briefly revisit the UK's fiscal events before discussing COP27.