Monte Paschi Banque partner of choice for investors seeking European presence
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Asian investors looking to diversify their portfolio and broaden their presence in Europe cannot find a better partner local bank than Monte Paschi Banque, with a history and breadth of tailored products and services that are backed by five centuries of history, culture and tradition.
Monte Paschi Banque boasts a prominent presence spanning from Paris to Marseille, Nice and Lyon in France to more than 2,300 affiliated branches worldwide through Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena - Italy's third-largest bank and the world's oldest surviving bank.
"Combining Monte Paschi Banque's pursuit of growth and passion for value creation, we make sure our products and services suit the needs of each of our clients," says CEO Roberto Bonucci. "Our multicultural environment rooted in rich legacy presents a host of opportunities for businesses - big and small - involved in international trade, especially with Italy, where our heritage began."
Focusing on individuals, businesses and real estate professionals, the bank offers tailored services for retail and private banking, small- to medium-sized enterprises and large corporations. It takes pride in its sales teams composed mostly of bilingual speakers, ensuring clients a hassle-free, personalised experience.
Leveraging its vast network that serves more than 5.5 million customers worldwide, the bank has become the partner of choice for Asian investors looking for opportunities not only in France, but throughout Europe. It highlights its expertise in real estate as a strong advantage, whether it is for a second home overseas or a potentially rewarding business venture.
"Asia's growing affluence has limitless opportunities in Europe, particularly in real estate and capital investment, where our expertise and local know-how can optimise their potential," Bonucci says. "We are also thrilled to partner with Asian banks wishing to expand their activity in France and across Europe."
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