- Euromoney Private Banking Awards
- Global Finance's Best Private Bank in the World
- Citywire Italia Private Banking Awards
- Funds People – Wealth Management Awards
- Professional Wealth Management Awards
- Fortune’s World's Most Admired Companies
- PWM The Banker Global Private Banking Awards
Euromoney is the leading publication covering the world's banking and financial markets. 2023 marks the 20th year of its Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey–the industry’s leading barometer of the world’s best service and product providers to the world’s wealthy. This annual survey is a qualitative review of the best services in private banking, by region and by area of service. This award is voted on by industry peers.
Global Finance’s editorial board selects the Private Bank award winners with input from executives and industry insiders. The editors also use information from entries submitted by banks, in addition to independent research, to evaluate a series of objective and subjective factors. According to the publication, the winners are not always the biggest institutions, but rather "the best—those with qualities that individuals rate highly when choosing a provider."
The Citywire Private Banking Awards aim to identify the year's top-rated companies (through the judgment of an independent jury) but also individual private bankers, who will be voted on by the Citywire community.
The awards are the result of a vote carried out by FundsPeople, where national fund managers with institutional businesses in Spain are asked to recognize career paths and personal quality of professionals and teams in each of the established categories. In total, about 50 entities participate in each of the categories.
Now in their fourth year, the PWM Wealth Tech Awards recognise the prominent role of technology in private banking. The PWM Wealth Tech Awards aim at gathering qualitative and quantitative information from private banking groups to be able to give a set of awards for excellence in the use of technology and digital communication. A judging panel composed of leading industry professionals nominates the best private banks, regardless of size, in different categories.
The FORTUNE World’s Most Admired Companies study surveys top executives and directors from eligible companies, along with financial analysts, to identify the companies that enjoy the strongest reputations within their industries and across industries.
The annual private banking awards review over 120 private banks around the world each year, as a panel of 16 judges from four continents review submissions to celebrate success for banks which stay one step ahead – showing strong acumen for leading across areas such as ESG, alternatives and technology.
Awards or rankings are not indicative of future success or results. Neither J.P. Morgan Private Bank or its bankers paid a fee in exchange for ratings. Published information is generally based exclusively on material prepared and/or submitted by the recognized recipient.