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2021/11/04
REYL & Cie named “Best Private Banking Boutique in Europe”

REYL & Cie is proud to have been voted “Best Private Banking Boutique in Europe” for its private banking and wealth management activities catered to a European clientele, as announced yesterday in London by Professional Wealth Management (PWM) at the 2021 Global Private Banking Awards. This award recognises the Bank’s excellence in commercial strategy and client service.

REYL & Cie was selected by an international panel of independent judges and members of the editorial team of Professional Wealth Management (PWM), published by the Financial Times Group. The judges highlighted the results achieved by the REYL Group, which increased its assets under management and the number of its employees for the 19th and 16th consecutive years respectively. The Bank’s capacity to generate significant organic growth in assets under management, despite the continuing challenges faced by the banking sector, was also emphasised. 

The collaborative and integrated approach adopted by REYL’s business lines, teams and offices has proved its effectiveness. In a context of solid growth, the Group continues to stand out for its personalised solutions, based on managing the assets and challenges of private clients and their companies, via a comprehensive range of services spanning borders and business segments.

Lorenzo Rocco di Torrepadula, Partner and Head of Wealth Management, said: “We are delighted to have won this prestigious award. This is an important recognition and also testament to the work of our teams of professionals, who strive to provide our clients with bespoke and innovative solutions.”

 

Watch François Reyl's acceptance speech here.

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