Societe Generale Private Banking named for 2011: Best Private Bank in France / Best Private Bank for Structured Products in Western Europe
Societe Generale Private Banking has won the following awards in the « Euromoney Private Banking Survey 2011* » : « Best Private Bank in France » « Best Private Bank for Structured Products in Western Europe »
Societe Generale Private Banking’s recognised expertise in wealth planning and fiduciary services, along with the professionalism of its wealth management advisors and the strong development of its activities, especially in the regions, confirms its position as leader in wealth management in France.
Its organisation, which now covers the whole of France, allows wealthy clients to benefit from tailor-made advice and assistance in their projects to pass on their businesses or to manage their wealth, and gives them access to all the private bank’s investment solutions worldwide.
Societe Generale Private Banking France is present in Paris, Bordeaux, Lille, Lyons, Marseilles, Rennes and Strasbourg.
For the 7th year running, Societe Generale Private Banking has also been awarded the European title in the « Structured Products » category.
This award once again underlines the private bank’s position of leader and its expertise in structured products. In 2010, Societe Generale Private Banking further developed its range of structured products, strengthened the monitoring of products held in clients’ portfolios and increased its offering in derivatives. These developments were accompanied by sustained communication initiatives to provide private clients with a better understanding of these solutions.
The structured products offered by Societe Generale Private Banking are part of a wider range of investment solutions. This includes the selection of the best products on the market in mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity and real estate.
* Euromoney Magazine is a global reference publication on trends in international banking and capital markets. The results of its ‘’Private Banking Survey’’ are based on the evaluation of wealth management players by their peers as well as data provided by the private banks being judged.