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ACN Anglican Communion Network Newswire) - Private Banker International (PBI PBI protein-bound iodine.
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protein-bound iodine. ) 19th Wealth Summit on 5 - 6 October 2009 will survey the private banking landscape and debate the new rules for the wealth industry.
The PBI Wealth Summit will is hosting the prestigious PBI Awards for excellenceand best practice, in recognition of industry leaders, individuals and organisations that are setting new benchmarks. The awards are particularly relevant this year, as the wealth industry adapts to the most testing period in the global private banking's recent history.
The PBI Global Awards celebrate the best-in-class institutions and outstanding individuals engaged in wealth management globally. They have become established as the most senior accolades in the wealth business, identifying the institutions which have become the industry benchmarks as well as those companies who have made outstanding progress in an increasingly competitive environment.
Finalists and winners are determined and decided from the worldwide readership of PBI, and submissions from a number of private banks and wealth management institutions across the Americas, Europe, Russia, Middle East and Asia. The list of finalists is outlined in Annex 2.
Results will be announced and presented at the Awards Gala Dinner on 5 October 2009 during the course of the Wealth Summit which will be held at the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore.
The finalists in each of the various categories are given below.
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I. Outstanding Global Private Bank
Finalists: Barclays Wealth, Credit Suisse, HSBC HSBC Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
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2008 Winner: Credit Suisse Group
II. Outstanding Private Bank - Asia Pacific
Finalists: Bank of China, Credit Suisse, Standard Chartered
2008 Winner: The Standard Chartered Private Bank
III. Outstanding Private Bank - Europe
Finalists: Bank Sarasin, BNP Paribas, SG Private Banking
2008 Winner: Julius Baer
IV. Outstanding Private Bank - North America
Finalists:Bessemer Trust, RBC RBC red blood cell.
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V. Outstanding Private Bank - Latin America
Finalists: HSBC, Itau-Unibanco, Santander
2008 Winner: Itau Private Bank
VI.Outstanding Private Bank - Middle East
Finalists: Bank Sarasin-Alpen,Emirates NBD NBD Next Business Day
NBD National Bank of Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
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2008 Winner: HSBC Private Bank
VII. Outstanding Private Bank for UHNW UHNW Ultra-High-Net-Worth Clients
Finalists: Credit Suisse, HSBC Private Bank, JPMorgan
VIII. Outstanding Wealth Manager for The Affluent - Asia-Pacific
Finalists:CIMB CIMB Commerce International Merchant Bankers Berhad
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CIMB Corporate Information Management Branch (British Columbia, Canada) , CITICfirst, HSBC Premier, KASIKORNBANK, Standard Chartered (Priority Banking)
IX. Outstanding Wealth Manager - Customer Relationship Skills
Finalists: Hoare & Co, EFG EFG Electric Field Gradient
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EFG European Financial Group
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2008 Winner: EFG International
X. Outstanding Wealth Manager for Innovation of Products/ Services
Finalists: Barclays Wealth, MASECO Financial, SG Private Banking
2008 Winner: SG Private Banking
XI. Most Exciting New Wealth Management Model
Finalists: MASECO Financial, Religare Macquarie, SG Private Banking/Rockefeller Partnership
2008 Winner: AL Wealth Partners, Singapore
XII. Outstanding Wealth Manager for Family Office Services
Finalists: Client Associates, Genspring, SG Private Banking/Rockefeller Partnership
XIII. Outstanding Global Private Banker
- Daniel Truchi, SG Private Banking
- Eric Sarasin, Bank Sarasin
- Peter Flavel, Standard Chartered
2008 Winner: Christopher Meares, Chief Executive, HSBC Private Bank
XIV. Outstanding Private Banker - Asia-Pacific
- Anthonia Hui, AL Wealth Partners
- Catherine McDowell, ANZ ANZ Australia and New Zealand
ANZ Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited
ANZ Air New Zealand (NZ national airline) Bank
- Marcel Kreis, Credit Suisse
2008 Winner: Hanspeter Brunner, Chief Executive Officer, RBS RBS Royal Bank of Scotland
RBS Role Based Security
RBS Rollback Segment
RBS Rare Book School (University of Virginia)
RBS Rural Business Cooperative Service
RBS Ribosome Binding Site (genetics) Coutts International & Executive Chairman, RBS Coutts Asia
XV. Outstanding Young Private Banker - Recognising up-and-coming talent in the private banking industry
- Jeroen Simons, executive director, ABN AMRO
- Johanes Oeni, managing director, Credit Suisse
- Dominique Joye, chief executive, LGT Bank in Liechtenstein (Singapore) Ltd
- James Sellon, founder-partner, MASECO Financial
- Josh Matthews, founder-partner, MASECO Financial
- Matthew Young, managing director, Asia Pacific, Royal Bank of Canada Bank of Canada
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- Nipun Mehta, executive director and head of private banking, SG Private Banking (India)
- Zubin Dabu, head of the global Indian market, Standard Chartered
- Feroz Sukh-Roswell, global market leader expatriates, Standard Chartered
2008 Winner: Boris Collardi, chief operating officer Chief Operating Officer (COO)
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XVI. The Editor's Special Awards
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