Lewben Group Best in Family Office Services, says Euromoney
The influential capital and financial markets magazine Euromoney has named Lewben Group as the best provider of Family Office Services in Lithuania in its annual Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey. Lewben Group, a group of companies offering integrated financial services, has earned this recognition for the seventh time.
“Recognition itself is joyful, but a more significant fact is that we manage to maintain the highest quality standard for many years. The group is expanding rapidly, we are starting to work in new areas, so it is very important not to lose focus and not to distract ourselves from the experience we have accumulated since the early days as a family office, “says Vilius Kavaliauskas, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Lewben Group.
Lewben Wealth provides services for High Net Worth Individuals. The company’s portfolio of services – wealth management, private banking, family office, business, finance, tax and law services.
“Providing family office services and communicating with clients is based on mutual trust. We work very closely with our clients, so our group companies have to achieve high moral standards. As the competitive environment grows in Lithuania, we are constantly expanding the range of services provided by the group and make the effort to maintain the same close relationship with our customers, “said V. Kavaliauskas.
In the Euromoney survey, Lewben Group also leads in the Philanthropic Advice category. The company is also highly regarded in the are “Succession Planning Advice and Trusts”.
The Euromoney Award read in more than 100 countries is considered one of the most prestigious awards in the financial sector.
Every year, Euromoney magazine perform a market research featuring indicators such as customer growth, service offered, customer and competitor feedback, asset management, and personal data security. The survey methodology is based on the peer review of companies in a particular sector, where companies are valued by their direct competitors. The companies themselves or their subsidiaries can not evaluate themselves.
The “Private Banking and Wealth Management 2018” survey was conducted in August-October last year. The electronic survey comprised more than two thousand companies.