BNP Paribas Wealth Management honored at the 2021 PWM Global Private Banking Awards
BNP Paribas Wealth Management has won Best Private Bank for Entrepreneurs in the World, Best Private Bank in France and was Highly Commended for Europe and in Belgium!
During a digital ceremony that took place on November 3rd 2021, PWM – Financial Times Group - announced that BNP Paribas Wealth Management had been awarded the coveted prize of “Best Private Bank for Entrepreneurs in the World”, Best Private Bank in France and was Highly Commended for Europe and in Belgium!
“We are the reference bank for entrepreneurs and wealthy families. They benefit from our worldwide set-up and our world-class offering for their personal and their corporate needs, such as credit, personalized wealth planning, responsible investment solutions, real estate opportunities and access to some of the most sought-after private equity opportunities. But we don’t stop there. Our clients can also benefit from the entire BNP Paribas Group, from our investor grade capital markets capabilities, real estate solutions, and securities services, to M&A and corporate advisory, and finally to borrowing opportunities thanks to our Group’s balance sheet. To be awarded “Best Private Bank for Entrepreneurs in 2021” is an honor for all of us at BNP Paribas Wealth Management, but foremost, this honor goes to our clients. It encourages us to continue along the path we have set for ourselves.”
Pierre Ramadier, Global Head of Entrepreneurs and Families
“It is a great satisfaction that the deep transformation of our organization and our offering is being hailed by the Financial Times Group. We have accelerated our innovation strategy to respond to a rapidly changing market. We are aligned with the needs of our clients who have enhanced expectations for responsiveness, for a more personalized offering and for sustainable investment opportunities.”
Nicolas Otton, Head of BNP Paribas Private Banking France
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Yuri Bender, Editor-in-Chief of PWM mentioned that 'BNP Paribas Wealth Management appears to have sharpened its focus on how to balance its business case with clients' increased desires to build a sustainable future for their families and entrepreneurial pursuits. The judges noted the bank's efforts in continuing to roll out a series of technological developments to help achieve these goals. They were impressed by innovation in customer interaction, asset allocation and responsible investing.