ABN AMRO Private Banking was last night awarded ‘Best Overall European Private Bank’ in the WealthBriefing European Awards 2014 in London, as well as ‘Best Domestic Clients Team’ for the second year running.
ABN AMRO Private Banking includes a network of respected domestic private banks: ABN AMRO MeesPierson in the Netherlands, Bethmann Bank in Germany and Neuflize OBC in France, which are in all cases amongst the oldest institutions in their home market and with a leading position today.
Jeroen Rijpkema, CEO of ABN AMRO Private Banking International, said:
“We are quite unique in pursuing a multi-domestic, multi-brand strategy, which includes some of the most established private banks in each of our core European markets - alongside a well integrated global network and our growing franchise in Asia. These awards recognise our focus on our clients in well selected markets and the ongoing efforts we make to remain relevant to them in the face of technological and demographic change.”
ABN AMRO Private Banking is the international wealth management division of ABN AMRO Bank with EUR 171 billion of total assets under management. We provide more than 120,000 high-net-worth individuals a full range of banking, investment management, financial and estate planning products and solutions. Our domestic and international offices in 10 markets worldwide employ 3,700 professionals and include the respected private banks ABN AMRO MeesPierson in the Netherlands (Est. 1720), Bethmann Bank in Germany (Est.1712) and Neuflize OBC in France (Est. 1667). We are the 3rd largest private bank in the Eurozone, 7th largest in Europe and enjoy a strong position in Asia.
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