|Type||Private company limited|
|Headquarters||Albany Court Yard, 47-48 Piccadilly, London, England, UK|
|Key people||J H A Quitter (Chairman)|
|Products||personal savings, multi-currency ATMs, consumer credit, prepaid cards, credit cards|
|Operating income||£ 20.6 million (2013)|
|Net income||£ 20.6 million (2013)|
R Raphael & Sons (doing business as Raphaels Bank) was founded by Dutchman Raphael Raphael, in 1787. Raphael built up a considerable wealth during the Napoleonic wars, and later diversified the business to include stockbroking, foreign banking and bullion broking.
Successive generations of the Raphael family moved into public share issues, raising loans for European governments, and transactions in American railway stocks in Europe. In 1890, Raphael's was a major contributor to the Bank of England fund to rescue Barings Bank.
The Raphael family finally severed links with the bank in 1983. Since 2004, the bank has been a subsidiary of Lenlyn Holdings Plc. The bank is sited in Piccadilly, London and at Walton Lodge, in Walton, Aylesbury a grade II listed building, part of Walton Terrace.
Raphaels Bank's Services include: prepaid and credit card services, personal savings products, consumer credit, and a multi-currency ATM network.
As a subsidiary of Lenlyn Holdings Plc, Raphaels is sister company to ICE - International Currency Exchange in the UK.