Carers Trust was delighted to be the chosen beneficiary of the Euromoney Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey and Awards Dinner in February 2020.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal presents a cheque reading Paid to Carers Trust, £25,00

Euromoney magazine recognised the best private banks in the world and the rising stars challenging them at the 2020 Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Awards Dinner.

This exclusive event held in London celebrates excellence in private banking and is a fantastic networking opportunity, as it brings together the biggest players in this industry from around the world. It is a key date in the calendars of the world’s most important private bankers, wealth managers and elite families. Winning an award is a confirmation of excellence in wealth management, used by private banks to promote their credentials to clients – and a cause for celebration at the annual dinner ceremony every year. 

Now in its 17th year, Euromoney’s annual Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey is an industry benchmark providing a comprehensive, qualitative review of the best providers in private banking. The survey provides a qualitative review of the best services in private banking, by region and by areas of service. Each year the survey is completed by over 2,000 top private bankers and wealth managers from 60 countries to identify the firms that they consider to be their top competitors. 

The winners of the Euromoney Wealth Managers’ Awards were announced from 6 February in, the February 2020 issue of Euromoney Magazine, and the awards presented to them at the dinner in London on 18 February 2020.

Generous support at the dinner

Carers Trust was delighted to be the beneficiary of Euromoney’s Private Banking and Wealth Management Awards Dinner on 18 February 2020 at The Guildhall.

Our President, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, was presented with a cheque by Clive Horwood, Editor of Euromoney, for £25,000.  In addition, dinner guests generously supported the charity through an auction on the night conducted by Lord Archer, which raised a further £19,000. View details of the auction prizes.