CMB’s team played its first game of the Prince Rainier III Challenge on September 4 against the SMEG/SMA.
In a warm atmosphere, the newly created team defended the colors of the bank against the tough opponent.
Created in 1975, the Prince Rainier III Challenge brings together amateur football teams from different Monegasque companies.
CMB’s team will play next against the “Fonction Publique” on September 25 and will give its best to triumph.
CMB is proud to be partner of the Premio Campiello, the winner of which will host a unique event in Monaco on the 22th September in the Golden Hall of the Fairmont Monte-Carlo. The name of the lucky winner of the most prestigious prize in Italian literature will be unveiled September 9th during a ceremony at the "Fenice di Venezia". The purpose of CMB supporting such a prestigious event is on one hand, to promote the Principality and on the other hand, to continue our longstanding support of the Italian community.
CMB is the official sponsor of Emma Noury, who will defend the colors of the Bank at the French Equestrian Endurance Championships August 12th-13th in Aumont Aubrac (Lozère).
Despite her young age of 15 years, the red and white rider already has a good track record: France's youngest vice-champion and two podium finishes in the International Endurance Young Riders course (90 km).
We wish her the best of luck!
CMB, the partner bank of the Monaco Pavilion, is proud to wear the Monegasque colors of the Principality in Astana. It participates in its outreach in Kazakhstan while actively supporting "Energy of the Future", the theme chosen for the exhibition.
Mr. Franzi (President) and Mr. Peyer (CEO) accompanied the official delegation on the occasion of the Monegasque Day on June 25th to represent the Bank alongside the other partners of the Monaco Pavilion.
CMB is named “Best Customer Service Private Bank in Monaco” for
the second consecutive year and “Monaco Banking Ambassador” for the first time by the
international magazine The European in its prestigious 2017 awards.
The European magazine in collaboration with the Tomson Reuters Group, analyze in their annual Global Banking & Finance Awards the performance of banks and financial institutions. The winners are nominated through an online voting system where capacity to innovate, knowhow and quality of service are major considerations.
CMB has been awarded the “Monaco Welcome Certified” label for the quality of services it offers to its clients. The label is a guarantee for excellence; it increases the attractiveness of the Principality and strengthens the loyalty of customers of the certified establishment.
It is based various criteria, such as on the quality of reception, external appearance of the establishment, active listening, human contact and customer satisfaction.
CMB shares this commitment and will continuously reevaluate and improve the quality of its services.
The second edition of the Academy for Women & Finance kicked off on Tuesday 25 April.
26 participants were welcomed by Werner Peyer, CEO of Compagnie Monégasque de Banque, Marie-Hélène Parisi, Director of the Academy and Emma Gamerdinger, moderator of the first session.
The new students started their first class with "Financial jargon: Easier than it seems", that will be followed by 8 other modules whose themes revolve around financial markets and economy, wealth management and investments.
In the 27 hours of lessons the students will manage a virtual portfolio to put into practice what they have learned.
April 6, 2017 CMB and the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra renewed their partnership for the 2017-2018 season in the presence of Patrice Cellario, Government Advisor - Minister of the Interior, Etienne Franzi, Chairman of CMB and Werner Peyer, CEO of CMB.
Since 2012 CMB has supported the OPMC which is known for its excellence and influence within Monaco. This confirms the bank’s commitment to stand side by side with one of the most important Monegasque cultural institutions to promote the image of the Principality.
At the Rainier III Auditorium the partners gathered for a concert before the program for the new season 2017-2018 was unveiled with the theme "Invitation to travel": www.opmc.mc
On March 21, 2017, Compagnie Monégasque de Banque celebrated the first graduation of the “Academy Women & Finance” where all twenty participants were awarded a diploma.
The training program makes CMB a pioneer in this field. "It is the first Private Bank to offer such a structured academic program to its clients," explains Werner Peyer, CEO of the bank.
The nine modules completed by the participants in the course of one year enabled them to take on a leading role in managing the family wealth. The topics of financial markets, asset allocation, credits from on to behavioral finance covered in the 27 hours of lessons set the foundation for participating actively in financial decisions.
CMB will continue to further investigate educational needs and will commence its second session of the CMB Academy Women & Finance series April this year.
His Excellency Mr. Serge Telle and Mr. Étienne Franzi, Chairman of AMAF present the diplomas of the Monegasque Association of Financial Activities (AMAF) at the Government House to the 2015 B and 2016 A graduates.
The AMAF certification is Monaco’s official professional certification required for Finance professionals.
The certification curriculum, developed jointly with the Monegasque regulator, covers many areas of finance: fundamental investment principles, financial markets, derivatives, portfolio management, ethical conduct as well as Monaco’s regulatory framework and institutions.
We are proud to have five CMB additional employees who join the Bank's AMAF certified club.
On March 15th, 2017, Etienne Franzi, Chairman of Compagnie Monégasque de Banque and Jean-Marc Deoriti, Principal of the Monaco’s School of Hotel Management (Lycée Hôtelier), signed the renewal of the partnership which unites the two establishments since 2011. The ceremony took place in the presence of Patrice Cellario, Government Counselor - Minister of the Interior, Isabelle Bonnal, Director of National Education for Youth and Sports and Werner Peyer, CEO of the bank. It reflects CMB’s policy of strengthening its role as a committed and involved player in the Monegasque community.