Banque Transatlantique is one of France's oldest private banks. It is unusual among private banks in having a strong focus on serving expatriates, diplomats and international civil servants apart from being the wealth management arm of its parent group.
Since Banque Transatlantique was founded in 1881 by Eugène Pereire, its comprehensive, high-calibre service has been rewarded by customers’full trust. Its clientele comprises, on one hand some of Europe's wealthiest families who, from generation to generation, have entrusted Banque Transatlantique with the management of their assets and, on the other hand, a clientele of French nationals abroad and foreign nationals in France.
Banque Transatlantique is a private bank with a long tradition. Together with its subsidiaries it provides its clientele with an overall and personalised approach both in family and tax law and in financial markets, guaranteeing the utmost privacy.
Since each client and each family is unique, the bank takes into account the client’s personal objectives and situation in order to work out financial strategies and investment proposals designed to enhance the long-term value of the client’s assets. Having in-depth understanding of tax law and the legal skills required for inheritance planning, Banque Transatlantique provides its customers with advice in purchasing, selling and managing real estate, retirement planning and, of course, financial savings.