Banque SYZ voted ‘Best Private Banking Boutique’ for the second year running
GENEVA, Nov. 6, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — For the second year running, Banque SYZ has been voted ‘Best Private Banking Boutique’ by the jury of the Global Private Banking Awards 2015. Organised by PWM Professional Wealth Management and The Banker, both Financial Times Group publications, the award ceremony was held in Singapore on 4 November 2015.
This year the ‘Best Private Banking Boutique’ category was particularly hotly contested, with entries from many European and American institutions. The judges praised Banque SYZ not only for its asset management expertise but also for catering to the real needs of its clients.
Made up of 15 influential figures from the global finance industry, the jury felt that Banque SYZ was playing a vital part in the transformation of the Swiss private banking model into an asset management-led proposition.
Eric Syz, CEO, Banque SYZ: ‘We are very honoured to have received this award for the second time. We are delighted that the jury has again recognised our determination to create a Swiss private bank that combines the benefits of an independent private bank with a management team clearly focused on performance.’
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Founded in 1996 in Geneva, Swiss banking group SYZ focuses exclusively on asset management via two complementary pillars: high-end private banking and institutional management. SYZ has around 580 staff and CHF 40 billion (EUR 37 billion) of assets under management. Based in Geneva, the Group has offices in Zurich, Lugano, Locarno, London, Edinburgh, Luxembourg, Brussels, Paris, Milan, Reggio Emilia, Bologna, Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Zaragoza, Dubai, Miami, Nassau, Johannesburg and Hong Kong.
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