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SG Kleinwort Hambros brand evolves

SG Kleinwort Hambros brand evolves

Monday 06 February 2023

SG Kleinwort Hambros brand evolves

Monday 06 February 2023


SG Kleinwort Hambros has announced the evolution of its brand, which it says will bring together "two centuries of British and European heritage with a modern entrepreneurial culture".

In 2020 SG Kleinwort Hambros launched a strategy to become a leading responsible bank for client service and expertise. It has since been recognised for its improvement in client and staff engagement through new technologies and channels.

“This new brand recognises the integral role that SG Kleinwort Hambros plays within Societe Generale,” said Patrick Folléa, Head of Societe Generale Private Banking.

“We are proud of its improving performance and growth trajectory, which we will build on by continuing to invest in the right products, services, people and technology to deliver our best private banking experience for our clients.” 

The next phase of SG Kleinwort Hambros’ strategy involves investing in its operating model, platform and services to enhance the client experience, including data science and client facing capabilities.

“We strongly believe that our combined heritage and entrepreneurial spirit enable us to deliver a better future for our clients, colleagues, community and climate,” said Mouhammed Choukeir, CEO, SG Kleinwort Hambros.

“We consider ourselves to be a start-up with two hundred years of experience and we are reimagining how we service the changing needs of our clients to help them build sustainable legacies for generations to come.”

With assets under management of £12.42bn as at end September 2022, Kleinwort Hambros has offices in London, Cambridge, Newbury, Leeds, Edinburgh, Guernsey, Jersey and Gibraltar.

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