Compagnie Monégasque de Banque was granted the award of Best Customer Service Private Bank in Monaco 2016 by the financial magazine “The European” in collaboration with Thomson Reuters.
All companies are nominated through an online voting system and later assessed by the judging panel, which has extensive experience across a range of sectors and is being supported by a highly dedicated research team.
This distinction rewards those institutions that drive all the players in a sector towards increasingly ambitious quality standards.
“We are particularly proud and delighted to have been granted this award. In October, CMB has been awarded “Best Private Bank in Monaco” by The Banker part of the Financial Times Group; Today we are being recognized for our exceptional quality of Customer Service” states Werner Peyer, CEO of Compagnie Monégasque de Banque. “These two distinctions underline our commitment to always put our clients first.”
Compagnie Monégasque de Banque was granted the award of Best Private Bank in Monaco 2016 by the financial magazines Private Wealth Management (PWM) and The Banker in collaboration with the Financial Times.
This distinction is a result of a survey with professionals in finance as well as an analysis of the financial solidity of our institution and quality of service. We stood out from 170 submissions from over 63 different countries.
“We are particularly proud and delighted to have been granted this award” states Werner Peyer, CEO of Compagnie Monégasque de Banque. “It is the fruit of our labor and our commitment to always put the value of our clients first.”
In the context of BCE stress test exercise Mediobanca obtained very good results: in the adverse scenario the maximum impact on capital is limited to 94 bps, with CET1 phase-in ration moving from 12.40% (dec 2015) to 11.46% (Dec 2018), largely above SREP ration of 8.75%.
The publication of this result does not imply ECB Banking Supervision endorsement and it is not possible to infer from the published results any information regarding ECB top-down projections or issues discussed in the quality assurance process.
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An outright success for the solar powered aircraft ' Solar Impulse II ' which has managed to circle the globe landing at dawn at the airport of Al-Bateen in Abu Dhabi, UAE, on Tuesday, July 26 2016 from where it departed on March 9, 2015.
CMB has always supported this ambitious project and is particularly proud of this technological and human achievement and congratulates the two Swiss pilots, Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg, in having held on to their dream and surmounted the many obstacles the fates had in store. An adventure that was originally planned to last five months and finally ended, after a year and four months of great effort, in achieving ultimate success and to become the stuff of legend.
In shifts, by day and by night, piloting in very cramped cockpit at 80 km/hr using stored energy from sunlight in their batteries, the two pioneers traveled 42,000 km without using a drop of hydrocarbon fuel in their goal of promoting the use of renewable energy. Firmly convinced that clean energy can achieve the impossible, they believe that very soon there will be passenger flights in electrically powered aircraft able to be recharged at ground level; a necessary first step in the ultimate goal of solar powered flight. We believe that these two courageous men have more surprises up their sleeves - we take our hats off to them !