CREM celebrates nine years

The Monaco International Residents Club, otherwise known as CREM, has celebrated its ninth anniversary at Villa Key Largo in Cap d’Ail. The event was marked by speeches given by HSH Prince Albert II and the current club president, Louisette Azzoaglio Levy-Soussan.

Prince Albert with Louisette Azzoaglio Levy-Soussan on his right and CREM members. Photo credit: EdWright Images

The Monaco International Residents Club boasts 400 members from 46 countries and is a forum to meet others living in Monaco’s large expat community. “Friendship, fellowship and service” mark the values the club holds dear, as well as the importance of living in a multicultural and multilingual environment.

The birthday party took place at the stunning Villa Key Largo. Photo credit: Philippe Fitte

Founded in 2010 at the initiative of Prince Albert and Louisette Azzoaglio Levy-Soussan, this socially active group organises or participates in year-round local events spanning several areas of interest, such as culture, music, sport and the economy.

The club also is a hub where those new to the Principality can meet people, make connections, and be welcomed into the fold.

CREM co-founders Prince Albert II and Louisette Azzoaglio Levy-Soussan. Photo credit: Philippe Fitte