On 21 January last, over 130 clients and consultants of the banking institution headed by General Manager Matteo Benetti and specialised in Private Banking attended a performance by artist Nadia Pretto, a prominent sand animation artist. Through her highly personal technique, she introduced the audience to the history and values of Banca Euromobiliare.
The event was held in the prestigious setting of Villa Pignatelli in Naples, one of the city's very few examples of house museum.
The aim of the soirée was to promote the Banca Euromobiliare brand and to introduce to the general public a financial institute made up of people, values and emotions; these core elements are illustrated through an evocative and novel stylistic itinerary for the bank. The museum setting chosen by the bank, which has always placed great importance on the enhancement and protection of the Italian artistic heritage, represents one of the very few examples of a house-museum in Naples. The Pignatelli Museum includes: the Villa with the Historical Apartment on the ground floor and some rooms on the first floor, the first floor rooms intended for the House of Photography, the Carriage and Harness Museum on the ground floor of the Rothschild Building and the garden.
At the end of the evening, Lucio Zanon di Valgiurata, the President of Credem (which controls 100% of Banca Euromobiliare) finished off by recalling the distinctive features and values that characterize the Credem Group along with the added value brought by the people who work for the organization. Such distinctive traits, together with the quality of our loan services and capital solidity, make our institution stand out against the Italian banking landscape.