The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited, (“Butterfield Bank”) today announced that it has been named Best Local Private Bank in the Caribbean and Best Local Private Bank in Bermuda by Euromoney magazine.
These two awards mark the first time Butterfield Bank has won a ‘Best in Region’ category from Euromoney but follow accolades in 2007 and 2006 for being voted Best Bank in Bermuda.
Alan Thompson, President & CEO of Butterfield Bank said, “We are very pleased that Euromoney has recognised Butterfield Bank as the Best Local Private Bank in the Caribbean and Best Local Private Bank in Bermuda. Private Banking has become an increasingly important part of our business strategy and we have worked hard to continuously improve our services, products and performance in this area. Everyone at Butterfield Bank can feel proud of these Awards.”
Butterfield Bank offers private banking services in key island jurisdictions, namely Bermuda, The Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. It also offers services to high net worth customers in Barbados through its domestic and internationally-focused subsidiaries in that jurisdiction, and an asset management representative office. In addition, Butterfield Bank provides private banking and wealth management services from offices in London, Guernsey, Zurich and Hong Kong.
Soledad Contreras, Senior Manager at Euromoney extended her congratulations to Butterfield Bank employees.
“I trust this is a great way to close a year of outstanding achievements for the Bank,” she said.
Euromoney Awards for Excellence are globally recognised benchmarks in the banking industry. Winners are chosen by a panel of Euromoney editors, with assistance from their correspondents in each region. The Awards highlight superior products and services across all areas of commercial and investment banking, regionally and globally.
Published in the U.K., Euromoney is an influential publication in capital markets with an average of 145,000 readers globally. The magazine reports its highest readership in the U.K. and Europe, followed by the Americas, Asia and the Middle East.