By Citi Private Bank,
November 8, 2017Posted InCiti
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For a second year running, Citi Private Bank has won a prestigious industry award
Citi Private Bank is delighted to announce that we have been named International Private Bank of the Year at the Spear’s Wealth Management Awards 2017 for the second year running. At a ceremony held in London on 7 November 2017, the Private Bank was cited for the continuing excellence of our cross-border offering in the face of stiff competition from runners-up JP Morgan Private Bank, Julius Baer, Pictet, and UBS.
The Spear’s Wealth Management Awards recognize bankers, lawyers, wealth managers, entrepreneurs, philanthropists and others for ‘innovation, success, and outstanding contribution to the wealth management world and beyond.’ For the International Private Bank of the Year award, the judges assessed the delivery of ‘outstanding service and performance,’ including changes in client-facing headcount, retention of top staff, changes in assets under management, market performance, services and innovation as well as client feedback.
“We are extremely proud to accept this prestigious award for a second consecutive year,” said Peter Clive Charrington, Global Head of Citi Private Bank. “We work tirelessly to serve our worldly and wealthy clients and this is a fantastic tribute to our efforts on their behalf. We will continue striving to deliver them the personalized attention and innovative service that this award recognizes.”
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