Rothschild & Co's Wealth Management division wins at the WealthBriefing Swiss Awards 2022

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Rothschild & Co, Wealth Management has won the Swiss Private Bank award in the category HNW Team (International Clients) at the WealthBriefing Swiss Awards.

About the awards

WealthBriefing is a leading global network of daily newswires for the wealth and private asset management communities. The awards, now in their ninth year, are designed to honour outstanding performance and standards in the private client industry during the last 12 months and are judged by a high-calibre panel of trusted advisers and industry experts.

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