Capricorn Private Wealth recognised as best private bank in Namibia

Capricorn Private Wealth (CPW) secured the Best Private Banking Brand award in Namibia for 2023 at the 11th edition of the Global Brand Awards.

The Global Brand Awards are an annual event hosted by Global Business Magazine, a journal based in the United Kingdom that recognises global businesses’ achievements across multiple sectors.

Every year, Global Business Magazine creates awards for companies that stand out in their sector by providing great service, creative solutions, and consumer-centric products.

Capricorn Private Wealth’s Executive Officer, Chris Matthee in a press release on Thursday said the awards constituted an external research team to evaluate the nominees for its Banking Awards category.

As a result, the Global Brand Awards said Capricorn Private Wealth was selected from a competitive group of entrants, all demonstrating exceptional service delivery towards evolving banking sectors, he said.

Matthee said CPW was awarded this honour for its outstanding commitment to innovation, quality, branding activities, and customer service and performance.

“Over the years, we have understood the various needs of our high-net-worth and high-income clients. We have learnt the importance of treating each customer individually, each with unique needs and expectations. We also know that our clients expect to be treated fairly and with complete transparency,” he noted.

Fouché Brand, Executive Officer for Wealth at CPW, added that this holistic yet individualised approach to banking and wealth management is unique to Namibia.

“We are proud of our offering and invite prospective customers to join us on this exciting new journey,” he said.

Capricorn Private Wealth was established in 2017 to offer the Namibian market private banking and wealth management services.

The Brand Awards highlight the accomplishments of organisations that have performed remarkably well in areas including finance, education, hospitality, automotive, lifestyle, education, real estate and technology.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency