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#Innovation — 04.07.2014

BNP Paribas Wealth Management ranked #3 for its Mobile Apps by MyPrivateBanking!

The Mobile Apps for Wealth Management 2014 Report benchmarked the mobile apps of 30 leading wealth managers worldwide.

With an increasingly mobile lifestyle, the expectations of High Net Worth clients have evolved. They now demand that their bank be accessible anytime and anywhere and give them the tools they need to manage their finances successfully.

In its report "Mobile Apps for Wealth Management 2014", My PrivateBanking benchmarked the mobile apps of 30 leading wealth managers worldwide.

BNP Paribas Wealth Management was ranked #3 Best Mobile Apps Strategy.


About the report
The report "Mobile Apps for Wealth Management 2014 - Getting access to the mobile high-net-worth generation" analyses in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile applications of 30 leading wealth managers worldwide that offer dedicated mobile apps for wealthy clients. In total more than 75 mobile apps were evaluated along 47 criteria; grouped into 8 main categories of evaluation: availability of mobile apps; core functions for clients; security and privacy; support features; content and features for client retention and marketing; technical features and support; strategy and navigation; best practices.

Analyzed Wealth Managers: ABN AMRO, Banque de Luxembourg, BBVA, BNP Paribas, BNY Mellon, Bradesco, Charles Schwab, Citi Private Bank, Coutts, Credit Suisse, DBS Bank, Deutsche Bank, FNB, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, ING, Investec, J.P. Morgan, Julius Bär, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Northern Trust, RBC, Société Générale, Standard Chartered, U.S. Trust, UBP, UBS, UniCredit, Wells Fargo