A New Wealth Management Center in Nantes
BNP Paribas Private Banking’s Wealth Management activity is furthering its growth in major cities across France. After Rennes in 2014, the activity is opening a new dedicated center in Nantes.
“Nantes is a vibrant city in every way, and has a dense network of companies, entrepreneurs and investors who require a highly personalised approach for managing their wealth. We want to use the new center to build closer ties with major private investors, top executives and corporate shareholders, and offer them high-level local expertise in wealth engineering and wealth management,” shares Pierre de Pellegars, Head of Wealth Management within BNP Paribas Private Banking.
Located at 3 rue Piron in Nantes, the center will be used to offer the Bank’s clients bespoke advisory services to help them maximise their wealth, and define a strategy tailored to their personal, professional and family priorities. The local team enjoys full support of the Wealth Management Department’s experts, covering financing, financial management, financial engineering, wealth engineering, specialised advisory services in philanthropy, art, etc.
The new structure is headed by the Wealth Management Private Banker Eric Meylan, and has its own team of experts: Caroline Farineau, a family shareholder private banker specialised in company disposals and transfers, Éric Birotheau, a wealth engineer tasked with improving the structuring of assets, and Béatrice De Moncuit, a sales assistant responsible for the bank's day-to-day relationship with its clients.
BNP Paribas Private Banking’s Wealth Management Department creates a family office approach to advise and assist clients whose net worth is greater than €5 million. This concentration of high-level expertise in finance and wealth engineering also enables it to serve top executives and entrepreneurs seeking sophisticated technical solutions and an open architecture philosophy. The Wealth Management Department of BNP Paribas has 50 private bankers and dedicated experts, and now eight locations across France.