For the Chief Executive Officer of Bank AfrAsia, James Benedict, who attended the ceremony, the trophy PWM-The Banker is an acknowledgment of demonstrated by the bank in managing wealth and building excellence it has the overall plan to offer its customers solutions in the management of their portfolios. While thanking customers for their confidence in the bank, James Benedict recalled that this is the fourth trophy this year obtained by AfrAsia Bank. This has he added, continue to work to exceed the expectations of its customers and provide tailored investment and quick seamlessly. Solutions
Thierry Vallet, General Manager and Executive Director of Private AfrAsia Banking, emphasized that getting the trophy "Best Private Bank in Mauritius" is a reward for the support of the bank to create value for its customers and to offer unique products in the field of management commitment fortunes and investment in general. " We also thank our staff for their can-do attitude and unremitting dedication as well as our stakeholders and strategic partners for their trust and confidence in our work," said Thierry Vallet.
PWM / The Banker Global Private Banking Awards are presented to banks that have demonstrated excellence in the management of fortunes in their respective countries. These trophies are awarded on the basis of rigorous selection criteria, including the business model, strategies for growth, quality of service, staff motivation and approach vis-à-vis customers. Among the professionals who were part there was Yuri Bender, Editor of PWM, Simon Fowler, CEO of Fox Partnership Singapore and Ray Soudah, founder of Millenium Associates in New York.
In a statement issued this morning, the direction of 'AfrAsia recalls that institution got it a few months ago the trophy "Best Bank in Southern Africa 2013" at the ceremony of the African Banker Awards and "Best Local Private Bank' for the third consecutive year offered by the magazine Euromoney. According to The Banker Magazine, AfrAsia bank is ranked 175th on the African level.
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