Quintet Private Bank: Now it's finally time to show who we are

The new player on Denmark’s growing market for private wealth management Quintet Private Bank targets wealthy individuals with at least EUR 10m, branch manager Henrik Wyrwik tells AMWatch. He is under no illusion that it will become a long-term journey to establish the banking group in Denmark, and he is still searching for new members for his advisory team.

(Left-right) Quintet Private Bank's Danish branch manager Henrik Wyrwik, and head of Nordics desk in Luxembourg Ole Jensby. | Photo: PR / Quintet

Luxembourg-based wealth management bank Quintet Private Bank (Quintet) has now opened its Danish office after the opening was postponed as a consequence of Covid-19. Quintet will focus on wealthy individuals and families with at least EUR 10m in assets, managing director and branch manager Henrik Wyrwik tells AMWatch.

"Now it's time for us to finally tell potential clients about who we are, and what we can contribute. We held our first client meetings in late June, and we have already held quite a lot of meetings," he says.

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