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Monaco-based Panthera Solutions has been named ‘Best Financial Service Provider Europe’, excluding banks, by the international magazine The European in its 2019 awards.
The European magazine, in conjunction with the Thomson Reuters Group, hold the annual European Global Banking & Finance Awards to honour financial institutions in different categories. The European award recognises organisations and individuals that stand out from the crowd and are consequently moving their industries forward. Good governance, capacity to innovate, know-how and quality of service are all major considerations.
“We are proud to be the only second financial institution in the Principality of Monaco that won a category at the European Global Banking & Finance Awards, after the renowned Compagnie Monégasque de Banque (CMB),” said Markus Schuller, Founder and Managing Partner of Panthera Solutions.
All companies are nominated through an online voting system and later assessed by the judging panel, which has extensive experience across a range of sectors and is supported by a research team.
“I am delighted that Panthera has been recognised in this way,” added Biljana Kling, Managing Partner of Panthera Solutions. “We pride ourselves on the concrete contributions we have made to our clients’ activities and to the growth of the applied behavioural finance sector as a whole. I join Mr. Schuller in congratulating the Panthera team and look forward to an exciting future helping our clients become better and more value-creating professional investors.”
Clients of Panthera’s coaching, consulting and behaviour-tech solutions aggregate to more than 100 billion euros in Assets under Consultancy since its inception.
Photo from left to right: Gregory Gadzinski, Markus Schuller, Biljana Kling and Luca Signoretti
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