Top Societe Generale executive wins award
Dubai, November 22, 2011
Eddy Abramo, CEO of Societe Generale Private Banking Middle East, has won the “Outstanding Young Private Banker” award 2011 from Private Banker International (PBI).
The annual and independent award is based on a rigorous selection process and highlights up-and-coming private bankers under the age of 40 who are leaders in the industry.
The 39-year-old-banker, based in Dubai, has successfully steered Societe Generale Private Banking’s strategy in the region since November 2009. He joined the bank in 1997.
Abramo's capacity to identify and develop synergies, both within the private bank as well as with other businesses within Societe Generale Group, has led to many new initiatives and investment solutions for Middle Eastern clients, said a statement.
His ability to motivate and encourage his teams was also instrumental in Societe Generale Private Banking Middle East winning the “Best Private Bank” award in the Banker Middle East Industry Awards which were held in July 2011, it said.
The prestigious award from PBI further underlines Societe Generale Private Banking’s position as a global leader in wealth management and recognises the dedication of its teams to serving the private bank’s clients, the statement said. - TradeArabia News Service
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