For The 3rd Consecutive Year, PBI Rewards BNP Paribas Wealth Management!
#Investments — 05.06.2014

For the 3rd consecutive year, PBI rewards BNP Paribas Wealth Management!

This year we were awarded named Best Private Bank in Hong Kong and Outstanding Private Bank in Europe

For the 3rd consecutive year, BNP Paribas Wealth Management was awarded two prizes: Outstanding Private Bank in Europe and Best Private Bank in Hong Kong (Foreign) by Private Banker International (PBI)*.

The award PBI Private Banking Conference & Awards 2014, held in London on June 4th, brought together private banks, family offices, independent wealth managers and intermediaries in an active discussion of the key issues facing the industry.

BNP Paribas Wealth Management was awarded #1 in Europe, ahead of competition. The private banking industry recognizes the bank's strong performance in 2013, emphasizing on its original private banking model that offers a broad range of solutions along with a strong commitment to our clients.

The Best Private Bank in Hong Kong (Foreign) was announced during PBI's 6th Annual Greater China Summit and Awards in Hong Kong end of May during which Wealth Management Head of Key Clients Group, Anton Wong also participated as a keynote speaker to discuss the evolving trends of Ultra High Net Worth Clients.

* Private Banker International is a leading journal for the global wealth industry, launched in 1987. The 24th edition of the award(London-based) is organized by VRL Financial News, a global brand renowned for innovative, independent thinking in financial services and professional services markets. The jury's panel is made of Private Banker International's advisory board, independent specialists in wealth management and the editorial staff. The awards are based on a rigorous selection process which starts with nominations from industry professionals. Nominees are then shortlisted and submitted to a panel of judges who decide the finalists in each award category and the overall winner. The award gauges the participating banks by their quality and depth of service.