Banca Generali has been declared the "Best Private Bank" in Italy for the second year running by the highly respected publications The Banker and PWM - Private Wealth Management of the Financial Times Group.
The panel of judges recognised the excellent results achieved in terms of development, both as regards inflows and the capacity to create value through a sustainable growth that benefits the various stakeholders.
Another key factor in the international jurys decision was the innovation in wealth management and managed solutions, which enabled to bring advisory services into the Banks financial and insurance wrappers.
The global awards event took place on Thursday 26 October in London and the awards were handed out by Financial Times CEO John Ridding, in the presence of leading figures in the international financial community.
The Financial Times Groups award comes just a few days after the gold medal awarded by German Institute for Quality and Finance which, for the third year running, nominated Banca Generalis financial advisors as "Best Financial Advisor network for customer satisfaction." This prestigious institution collects opinions directly from end customers, who are involved in an independent poll conducted by Europes leading Institute in quality seal surveys.
Total net inflows exceeding last years’ levels despite the extraordinary COVID-19-related context.
Data for the 1H 2020 have been presented. The path of sustainable growth continues with profits and volumes that are confirmed at pre Covid levels.
Banca Generali ranked 12th in the Integrated Governance Index 2020