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Auszeichnungen 23.03.2016

UBP recognised as the Best Innovative Client Initiative

UBP recognised as the Best Innovative Client Initiative

UBP recognised as the Best Innovative Client Initiative by Private Banking Middle East Award 2016.


Private Banker International (PBI), the leading briefing service for the global wealth management industry, has announced the winners of the 2016 Private Banking Middle East Awards, held in conjunction with the Private Banking: Middle East Conference at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dubai on 14th March.

The 2016 Private Banking Middle East Awards gala dinner was preceded by an all-day conference that brought together private banks, family offices, independent wealth managers and technology vendors in discussions around the key issues currently facing the wealth markets in the Middle East, GCC regions, and globally.

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