Societe Generale Private Banking wins major awards from WealthBriefing

Societe Generale Private Banking has won two major Awards at the 2015

WealthBriefing European Awards* Ceremony, which took place in London on 30 April 2015:

• Best Overall European Private Bank

SGPB WeathBriefing awards Best Overall European Private Bank

• Best Wealth Planning Team (European Category)

SGPB WeathBriefing awards Best Wealth Planning Team (European Category)

Societe Generale Private Banking has created a strong network across key European markets, with offices in the UK, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco, Switzerland, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar. The private bank is also present in Croatia and the Czech Republic, serving clients through partnerships with Societe Generale group’s local retail banking network.

These awards highlight Societe Generale Private Banking as one of the European leaders in wealth management, recognising the overall professionalism of its teams and in particular their commitment to providing first class wealth planning and investment advice to a client-base of entrepreneurs and high net worth individuals. A fully integrated model based on a client-centric organization and building longterm client relationships, the private bank gives clients access to the full range of expertise available within Societe Generale group, offering innovative tailor-made solutions in response both to their personal and professional needs.

Societe Generale Private Banking continues to innovate in its operations, enhancing the client experience through the digitalisation of its services and the launch of sophisticated e-banking platforms in each of its European entities. These awards clearly underline the ambition of the private bank: to be the reference for relationship private banking in the markets in which it is present.

*WealthBriefing is a premier news, features and information source for the global wealth management sector. The WealthBriefing awards are made by specially convened expert panels drawn from both private banks and trusted advisors, with support by relevant third-party organisations.