REYL Intesa Sanpaolo is proud to have been awarded “Best Domestic Private Bank” at the tenth annual WealthBriefing Swiss Awards, held last night in Geneva.
The WealthBriefing Swiss Awards showcase “best of breed” Swiss providers in the global private banking, wealth management and trusted advisor communities. They recognise companies, teams, and individuals which the prestigious panel of judges deemed to have demonstrated innovation and excellence during 2022.
The period examined saw the acquisition by the Bank of a 40% interest in 1875 Finance, a multi-family office and independent asset manager headquartered in Geneva, enabling both entities to play an active role in the accelerating consolidation of the Swiss Independent Asset Management sector. The Bank completed the integration of Intesa Sanpaolo Private Bank (Switzerland) Morval, a merger part of the strategic alliance with Fideuram – Intesa Sanpaolo Private Banking. REYL Intesa Sanpaolo also appointed Jon Duncan as Chief Impact Officer, to align the business with the global transition to a low carbon, resource-efficient and socially inclusive growth path. Finally, the Bank launched FORWARD, a periodical publication designed to reinforce its social impact strategy, and further strengthened its offering for HNW clients by continuing to develop Asteria Investment Managers, its impact investing affiliate, and Alpian, a fully digital private bank targeting the mass affluent segment.
This award sets REYL apart from its peers and recognises both continued achievements and innovation within the Group. According to the judging panel, key to winning the awards was REYL’s strong anchoring in the Swiss private banking sector, with consistent AuM's growth and strong employment within Switzerland. The Bank continues to differentiate itself from its competitors by delivering 360-degree management of clients’ personal and corporate wealth across borders and activity segments.