Arlingclose is committed to providing its clients with a fresh, quality and bespoke service. We employ the talents of highly experienced professionals, who have a proven track record, delivering the most appropriate advice on debt and investment management.
Our combined experience, commitment and enthusiasm enable Arlingclose to offer an individual and refreshing approach to treasury management advice. Our treasury team is stable and is growing to match the requirements of our clients.
Arlingclose is different by design, offering local authorities a unique service in the market place. Due to our independence, we are able to provide quality, bespoke advice within a fee structure that offers real value for money.
Keep updated with the latest from Arlingclose on popular social media channels
Our clients come from all tiers of UK local authority and from other public sector bodies. We provide impartial treasury advice to 25% of UK local authorities. Our philosophy and approach follows a period of consultation with local authorities and is based upon the delivery of quality, independent services. The Service will include comprehensive advice in relation to debt restructuring and long term capital finance decisions, utilising proven systems, effective dialogue and an understanding of individual requirements.
25 November 2015
The headlines in the Autumn Statement presented by Chancellor George Osborne on Wednesday 25th November to Parliament include: · Government borrowing will be £8.8bn less than forecast...
24 November 2015
Arlingclose has published a client research note on EIB funding. A fairly steady reduction in European Investment Bank bond spreads relative to gilts has paved the way for authorities to secure...
20 November 2015
There has been much interest in the recent bond issues by two local authorities – Greater London Authority’s £200m 25 year bond at 0.34% and Warrington Borough Council’s £50m 40 year issue at 0.85%,...
12 November 2015
‘Challenger banks’ has been a name ascribed to a group of newer and smaller banks which now operate in the UK alongside the likes of Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, RBS and other large well established...
13 October 2015
Please click on this link to read Arlingclose’s response to the Communities and Local Government Select Committee inquiry into local council bank loans.