BANQUE MARTIN MAUREL
Banque MARTIN MAUREL, a subsidiary of the Compagnie Financière Martin Maurel, was created in 1964 resulting from the merger of two family-owned banks from Marseilles: Banque Martin Frères, founded in 1825 and Banque Maurel in 1929.
In 1978, the Bank opened its branch in Paris. In 1980, it acquired a majority shareholding in the Banque Delon et Gregoire, from Lyons, which was taken over in 1985. Since 1991, the Bank has been developing its private asset management activity through the association with wealth management or consultancy companies. In partnership with Banca Sella, it created, in the year 2000, a bank located in Monaco, “Martin Maurel Sella – Banque Privée Monaco”.
Banque Martin Maurel is an independent, family-owned French bank with branches in several of the main French cities: Paris, Lyons, and Marseilles as well as offices in Aix en Provence, Grenoble and Neuilly-Sur-Seine. The bank provides merchant banking (credit, savings, services) and private asset management to companies of various sizes, institutional establishments and high-level private customers. Conventional banking services, a wide range of investment funds, all foreign transactions and individual tax and asset management consulting are available to the bank’s customers.
The bank, however, has also chosen to privilege certain lines:
- services linked to the private asset management activity,
- international activities, thanks to the partnership with Banca Sella in Italy, and privileged relationships with the ten other “Groupement Européen de Banques”members,
- banking services to organisations for social welfare, • financial engineering (consulting and evaluation, mergers and takeovers).