27.10.2017 — Global Private Banking Awards 2017: Berenberg “Best Private Bank in Germany” for the seventh time in a row
Hamburg/London. Private bank Berenberg has once again been named “Best Private Bank in Germany” in the “Global Private Banking Awards” in London. For the ninth time, the “Financial Times” with its trade magazines “The Banker” and “Professional Wealth Management” awarded this sought-after title. Germany’s oldest private bank is the only institute in the world to win this annual award for the seventh consecutive time.
“We are proud to be able to maintain the excellent assessments of prior years,” says Dr. Hans-Walter Peters, Spokesman of the Managing Partners of Berenberg. “For 427 years, our bank has been characterised by its ability to change. Based on that tradition, we gear the growth and structure of wealth management consistently to the changing needs and lives of our clients.”
Banks from more than 60 countries were examined by the independent jury, which assessed factors such as the banks’ corporate and growth strategy as well as their customer relationship management. They also examined the extent to which the institutes gear their portfolio management, asset management and their product strategy to the needs of their clients.