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Banque Palatine

Banque Palatine, a bank dedicated to serving intermediate-sized companies, the needs of their senior managers, and providing private banking services, is committed to forging a long-term relationship with its customers based on close contacts and the contribution of recognized business expertise, high value-added advice, and tailor-made solutions.

42 rue d'Anjou
75008 Paris

Phone +33 (0) 1 55 27 94 94

Banque Palatine

The bank’s corporate signature – “The Art of being a Banker” – gives expression to a demanding conception of the banking profession, inspired by the ambition to forge strong partnerships and deep-rooted relationships with each of its customers.

1971: Banque Vernes and Banque Commerciale de Paris merged their organizations to form Banque Vernes & Commerciale de Paris (BVCP), which would subsequently become Banque SanPaolo in 1988 and Banque Palatine in 2005.

2020: Banque Palatine celebrates its 240th anniversary

2018 Key figures

  • 61,000 private banking customers
  • 13,000 corporate customers

Senior Management

  • Christine Fabresse

    Christine Fabresse

    Chairwoman of the Board Directors

  • Christine Jacglin

    Christine Jacglin

    Chief Executive Officer

ISEs – A partner for both day-to-day and exceptional banking needs

Banque Palatine is the banking partner of intermediate-sized enterprises, providing support for their financing needs, capital structure operations or international development.

Companies active in a wide range of different business sectors, and each having their own specific requirements, have chosen the bank as their favored financial partner: real-estate professionals, property managers, audiovisual professionals, gallery owners, diamond dealers and jewelers, entities involved in renewable energy or port and logistics activities, etc.

The bank for senior managers: a privileged support for demanding customers

As part of a personalized relationship based on trust and outstanding service, Banque Palatine's experts establish a strategic dialogue with senior managers to identify the key stages in their professional and/or personal lives and to ensure the success of their operations: protection of their relatives, financing, transfer of their companies, investment advice, equity transactions, etc.

Private Banking – in-depth expertise for tailor-made solutions

The bank provides high value-added services in wealth, legal and tax engineering solutions in addition to the arrangement of financing for private projects. Its consultants and expert business lines are committed to providing the best long-term advice with a view to building a wealth strategy adapted to each individual situation. 

Asset Management – At the service of institutional partners

Palatine Asset Management, a subsidiary of Banque Palatine, offers its private and institutional customers its asset management expertise that has demonstrated its strength and resilience over the last 30 years. Invested in equities, corporate bonds and European debt securities, the portfolios managed by Palatine Asset Management are tailored to the specific needs and constraints of its customers, based on stable criteria and a transparent monitoring system.

Fondation Palatine des ETI: a collaborative initiative set up to pool the resources of intermediate-sized enterprises

Set up by Banque Palatine in 2018, the Fondation Palatine des ETI, Mécènes ensemble (Palatine Foundation of Intermediate-Sized Enterprises, Patrons Together) is the expression, above all, of a collaborative approach. Its ambition is to promote the commitment of private enterprise in favor of greater social inclusion, irrespective of its field (culture, sports, the arts, etc.). The Foundation is hosted by the Fondation Entreprendre and has two representatives on its Executive Committee from the Mouvement des Entreprises de Taille Intermediaire (Confederation of Intermediate-Sized Enterprises, or METI), the bank's long-standing partner.
The aim of the Fondation Palatine des ETI, Mécènes ensemble is ‘joint working’ designed to enable the senior managers of intermediate-sized enterprises to team up with a view both to selecting public-interest initiatives and to increasing their number and the amount of resources at their disposal.

It is for this reason that the Fondation Palatine des ETI has been supporting five associations since 2019 committed to 2 specific action areas: depressed geographical regions and the social reintegration of former prisoners.
Apprentis d'Auteuil, Les Déterminés and La Cravate Solidaire: three associations that support entrepreneurial projects in depressed areas.
Entreprendre pour Apprendre and Grandir Dignement: two associations whose programs promote the employability and reintegration of former inmates.