BNP Paribas Wealth Management celebrates 10 years of its Award for Philanthropy Individual

In its 10 years of existence, the Prize BNP Paribas for Philanthropy Individual has the opportunity to reward the new forms of philanthropy, more innovative and more collaborative, in a context of professionalization of this commitment of philanthropists.

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The Prize BNP Paribas for Philanthropy Individual has distinguished 18 philanthropists copies since 2008, awarding two awards : the Grand Prize and the Special Prize of the Jury.

Amina Slaoui (2008)
Mo Ibrahim (2008)
Odon Vallet (2009)
Albina du Boisrouvray (2009)
Claude Chagnon (2010)
Chung To (2010)
Peter Carey (2011)
Ramhi Koç (2011)
Vivianne Senna (2012)
Michael de Giorgio (2012)
Chuck Slaughter (2013)
Shiv Nadar (2013)
Charly & Lisa Kleissner (2014)
Thomasz & Barbara Sadowski (2014)
Molly Melching (2015)
Fayeeza & Arif Naqvi (2015)
Yann Borgstedt (2016)
Ed Scott (2016)

“The 10 years of the Prize BNP Paribas for Philanthropy Individual underscore the commitment of the private bank to support and promote philanthropy individual, with the ambition to inspire new vocations,” stresses Sofia Merlo, Co-CEO of BNP Paribas Wealth Management, ” We have thus been able to reward philanthropists, and highlights their remarkable actions in the world. ”

A tailor-made support

In 2008, the Bank launched its service in philanthropy to help the clients of BNP Paribas Wealth Management in the implementation of their philanthropic projects, through a complete offer composed of services, customized consulting in philanthropy, of devices for the management of gifts, customizable and solutions key in hand. This service is accessible throughout the world, with dedicated teams in Europe, Asia and the United States.

“We advise philanthropists to define and construct a project in accord with their convictions and their ambitions. Since 2008, we have been able to accompany nearly 900 customers in France and internationally in the context of their philanthropic activities, ” says Nathalie Sauvanet, Head of the Offer Philanthropy Individual at BNP Paribas Wealth Management

Anticipate the motivations and ambitions of philanthropists : zoom in on the new generation

“To decipher the expectations of philanthropy, and to anticipate the motivations and ambitions of the younger generation, is for us an essential issue to continue to support the philanthropists of tomorrow,” says Vincent Lecomte, Co-CEO of BNP Paribas Wealth Management. “Our customers are increasingly seeking to have a positive impact on the company. The Millennials in particular have a more holistic approach and collaborative. They have more of a profile “Philantrepreneurs” and are more oriented to the results. ”

The Report on Philanthropy, Individual 2017 BNP Paribas conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit has looked at the motivations of the generation Y, focusing on their implications for family foundations and their different approach to philanthropy, using more of the new digital tools and innovative strategies.The report reflects a desire to better understand, serve, and celebrate the philanthropists in the world.

The five new incentives of the new generation of philanthropists :
The spirit of social entrepreneur : Millennials consider social entrepreneurship and for-profit organizations (in contrast to the non-profit sector) as a more sustainable solution for the realization of their ambitions philanthropic. The emerging sectors that they target in the field of social entrepreneurship are : the fintechs, technology education, renewable energy, agri-food and agriculture.
The overall approach : While baby boomers are focused on a single region, the Y generation has a more global approach from the point of view of the causes and regions that it targets the young generation wishes to extend its success in many places.
Focus on the present moment : the generation Y do not want to wait for it to enter into philanthropy, because it is aware of to be able to change the world today.
A different use of social networks : Millennials use social networks differently from baby boomers, to promote their causes, but also to find beneficiaries, or recruit talent and learn about trends.
The collaborative culture : The new generation considers that it may be more effective if it is connected with their peers through international networks or local to seek opportunities for co-investment, co-financing, new ideas and best practices in the field of philanthropy.

BNP Paribas Wealth Managementest a private bank premier world-wide and 1st private bank of the Euro area. Present in 3 regions (Europe, Asia, and the United States), it employs over 6 600 professionals who provide services to private investors of multiple solutions to optimise and manage their heritage. At the end of march 2017, the bank managed 355 billion euros of assets.
The service Council in Philanthropy is part of the offer distinctive from BNP Paribas Wealth Management as Private Equity, real Estate, Agrifrance that occurs on the rural land and the Council in Art.

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