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Angest said, 'Recruitment for the new business stream is already underway with several new bankers expected to join in the remaining months of 2015.
Mr Angest has given the Tories hundreds of thousands of pounds over the years and is thought to be a close friend of Prime Minister David Cameron.
Angus MP Mike Weir of the SNP, who is defending a majority of 1601, said of the Angest cash: "This raises serious questions as to who is funding the Tory campaign in Scotland.
In the bank's annual general meeting, Angest said, 'Both banks have traded robustly and have delivered strong growth in lending volumes.
On November 2, 2011, Mr Cameron held a "social dinner for strong and long-term supporters of the party, with whom the PM has a strong relationship", including Mr Farmer, the banker and Tory donor Henry Angest and oil company boss Ian Taylor.
This year's committee members include Dorothy Angest, wife of Swiss banker Henry Angest, Elizabeth Brooks, wife of investment banker Rory Brooks, and Fiona Cruddas, wife of stockbroker Peter Cruddas.
Secure Trust Bank took the decision to reduce its exposure to unsecured consumer lending in 2007 and has therefore experienced minimal losses from debts in 2008," Arbuthnot group chairman Henry Angest said.
Big lenders who made the list also include Victoria, Lady de Rothschild, former treasurer, pounds 1million' Raymond Richards (deceased), pounds 1million' Henry Angest, treasurer, pounds 550,000 and Cringle Corporation, pounds 450,000.
Mogg got on the scoresheet for Nailors along with Day and Carlson while a James brace and a goal from Angest left honours even.
Tory donor Henry Angest, chairman of Arbuthnot Banking Group, also gave the Conservative Party a further PS7,500 in the first quarter of 2014.
Henry Angest, Arbuthnot's chairman and chief executive, said that the group had made good progress so far and would continue to exploit the opportunities available to it.
Both he and Henry Angest, chairman and chief executive, refrained from commenting directly on the present turbulence in financial markets.