Launched a successful business? Made a substantial amount of money? Well, you’re probably feeling suitably smug about the fact. And fair play, you’ve put your blood, sweat and tears into it. So why not make sure your hard-earned cash is invested in the right places.

When it comes to investments, many of us don’t have the first idea about where to place money to make the most of your wealth. So if that sounds like you, we know just the experts to turn to: Coutts.

What is Coutts?

Coutts is a private banking company that knows a lot about managing money. In fact, it started back in 1692 and, while they never give out the names of any clients, a quick Google shows they’ve modernised their clientele since Queen Anne in the 18th century to rumoured clients like a certain famous British rapper and an international football superstar.

The Coutts HQ is on the Strand in London at number 440, where they’ve been since 1904. The bank originally came to fruition through three Scottish families. There were the Campbells, who founded the original goldsmith-banking shop in London. Then there were the Middletons, who moved the business to banking. And finally, the origins of the name came into play from the Coutts family, who laid the foundations of the modern bank. The latter included Angela Burdett-Coutts, who was one of the 19th century’s greatest philanthropists, donating the equivalent of more than £350 million during her lifetime.

Angela Burdett-Coutts donated the equivalent of more than £350 million during her lifetime.

So can I become a client?

You sure can! Coutts is for people from all walks of life – for rappers, musicians, coders, entrepreneurs, basically anyone with determination, a drive to succeed or the winning ticket at the EuroMillions. The general standard is that you have about a minimum of £1 million in your back pocket.

Coutts’ values are based around community, inclusion and sustainability. There is an onus around giving back to important philanthropic initiatives and Coutts is also a certified B Corp. What’s not to love?

Coutts is for anyone with determination, a drive to succeed or the winning ticket at the EuroMillions.

How can Coutts help me with my money?

Coutts offers a whole range of banking solutions,  from private banking and wealth management to commercial banking. They have the best people in the biz to offer expert advice across myriad financial solutions, such as investing, borrowing or financial planning.

Also, once you’re in, you can meet like-minded people and start developing your business and connections. It can open doors to a load of opportunities and gives you the chance to meet other influencers and pioneers through carefully crafted events and networking opportunities.

Once you're in, you can meet like-minded people and start developing your business and connections.

What makes Coutts different?

Coutts always tries to be one step ahead of the game. Back in 1963, Coutts became the first British bank to use computerised accounts. But they didn’t stop there. With constant innovation and a desire to keep up with the modern world, they make sure that all their projects, from their investments to their offices, reflect that attitude. 

They support start-ups with investments focused on anything from cancer treatment to drone data. What’s more, they have a working garden and bees, which are looked after by an in-house green-fingered head chef.

Joining a bank like Coutts doesn’t just involve opening an account – it’s a lifestyle choice that’s nurtured by experts and may end up benefitting you in the long run. Interested? Well, it takes just a few clicks to apply for an account. You can simply check out the Coutts website, fill in the form and someone will be in touch to talk to you about your investments for the future. It’s as simple as that. Just don’t forget who told you, yeah? We could do with a trip to the Bahamas soon.

Risk warning: Investment values can fall and rise, your capital is at risk.

Find out more at: www.coutts.com


In partnership with Coutts


Want to receive more great articles like this every day? Join our daily email now