Société Générale Private Banking

+ 377 97 97 58 00
Avenue de Grande-Bretagne 11, 98000, Monaco City
 

Bank Societe Generale opened its first office in Monaco in 1903. In the future, some more branches were opened. In 1996, Societe Generale has established limited liability subsidiary in Monaco, specializing in asset management. Societe Generale Private Banking Monaco was established. Today, Societe Generale Group in Monaco presents retail Bank branch Societe Generale and Societe Generale Private Banking. It is a subsidiary registered in March 1996, its capital is 7 650 000 Euro.

Web-site: www.privatebanking.societegenerale.mc

Available currencies: EUR, CHF, USD

For individuals

Wealth planning

Alternative funds

The Bank provides assistance in purchasing megayachts.

The Bank also provides financing to the purchase of elite real estate on Azure coast

Charity

Investment decisions

Corporate structure

Real estate

Special and family funds

Life Insurance

Traditional funds

Trust funds

Financing

Financing of aircrafts and yachts

For companies

Wealth planning

Alternative funds

The Bank provides assistance in purchasing megayachts.

The Bank also provides financing to the purchase of elite real estate on Azure coast

Charity

Investment decisions

Corporate structure

Real estate

Special and family funds

Life Insurance

Traditional funds

Trust funds

Financing

Financing of aircrafts and yachts

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