Private banking

One in five Belgians envisages having a private bank

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Getting into the private banking sector is a major step in a Belgian’s financial life. It is sometimes linked to reaching pension age, but it can also be linked to other events such as the sale of property or professional activities. [Contributed by CBC]

Personalised services and investment advice

At CBC, managing this step is a real speciality as we are careful that this transition is carried out within a climate of continuity. At CBC Private Banking, we serve our clients by offering them all the services of an ordinary bank with a high degree of specialisation in advising and investment. And because we think that money is nothing without projects, we offer distinctive services such as the French Desk, Senior Share Adviser or Wealth Guidance Department.

Looking after your wealth

According to a recent study commissioned by CBC, managing their wealth in safe and traditional way seems to be a major challenge for one in two Belgians. Three complementary activities are required for good wealth management: it must be developed, protected and/or passed on. Given the new challenges linked to current economic and societal circumstances, our first mission is to guide our clients in developing their assets, not only through investment advice, but also by financing their wealth projects, thus avoiding letting their money lie dormant. The next step is to provide proper protection of this wealth in conditions that meet the desires of both the donor and their heirs.

Investment advice

Attentive and accessible

Belgians have a clear idea of the probability of becoming a private banking customer one day. With the accessibility threshold at EUR 500,000 offered by CBC Private Banking, more than 20 percent of Belgians think that they could enjoy personalised, high-quality services one day. Every day, our Private Banking branches in Brussels and Wallonia, as well as our Wealth Centre, help to implement our clients’ projects as well as those of their family.



Contributed by CBC

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