Press release Wien/Budapest, 6. February 2014.
UniCredit Private Banking has been recognized again for its excellence, winning awards in four different categories in Euromoney magazine´s Private Banking Survey 2014:
Euromoney’s annual Private Banking Awards are the most prestigious in the area of wealth management, based on a combination of bank-provided data and peer review. The survey covers more than 35 different product and client categories on a global and regional basis, and ranks results in close to 100 countries.
Jan Tronicek, Head of Private Banking for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) at UniCredit, said: “We are more than proud of this result. Receiving Euromoney awards over the last several years is an affirmation of our exceptional private banking service model in CEE. Moreover, the award winners are voted on by those who know the industry best – private bankers.”
"The recognition is a valuable confirmation of our bank's strategy, in which a crucial role is played by the success of private individuals leading and buliding Hungarian businesses - added Marosi Bence, Director of Private Banking UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt .In cooperation with the Corporate and Private Banking and by utilizing the advantages that it offers, we are able to create a unique value for our customers, which is a strong base for a broad and long-term relationship."
UniCredit Private Banking provides a full range of products and services to more than 260,000 clients in 14 countries in Europe, with over €150 billion in total financial assets. Due to the expertise, the proximity and the stability of UniCredit as a leading European bank, it can leverage its independent view on the markets as well as best-in-class products. UniCredit Private Banking strives to deliver financial services to clients in a comprehensible way and to address the complexity of markets with clear and transparent strategies to protect and optimize client wealth, consistent with their needs.
UniCredit is one of Europe's leading commercial banks with strong roots in 20 European countries. Our network, which is present in roughly 50 markets, includes more than 9,000 branches and over 148,000 employees (as of September 30, 2013).
In the CEE region, the Group operates the largest international banking network with almost 3,600 branches.
UniCredit operates in the following countries: Austria, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine.
Bence Marosi Director of Private Banking phone: +36 1/301-5498
UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt.