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Arbuthnot Latham & Co., Ltd joins FSQS

23 Oct 2017

Arbuthnot Latham & Co., Ltd joins Hellios Information’s Financial Supplier Qualification Scheme (FSQS).

Arbuthnot Latham is a bank with offices in the UK and Dubai. It offers banking, investment management and wealth planning services to both high net worth private individuals, and commercial clients.

Arbuthnot Latham is implementing the use of FSQS to ensure a consistent and standardised approach to collecting and managing supplier compliance assusrance information. The FSQS process eliminates cost for both sides of industry. Arbuthnot Latham are the 10th institution to join the Financial Services Qualification Scheme.

Suppliers to Arbuthnot Latham are being asked to complete a standardised pre-qualification questionnaire and assessment process. Hosted by Hellios Information, supplier information and compliance data is held in a centralised database.

Hellios Information’s Managing Director Philip Foster said “We are delighted that Arbuthnot Latham has become the latest bank to join the FSQS community, which now has over 3,000 suppliers registered. Joining FSQS will enable the bank and their suppliers to reduce the resource effort and costs associated with procurement, and compliance activities

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