Your personal relationship manager
You can make the right decisions at every stage of your life with the help of your relationship manager.
Expert advice helps you choose the right financing solutions and investments in order to achieve your projects.
Advice tailored to your needs
Together we'll look after the growth, transfer and protection of your assets.
Expert advice from your personal relationship manager
Your assets let you think big. But this presents you with choices throughout your life. A personal relationship manager helps you negotiate these decisions. We don't make them for you, but we can provide the pass that lets you score the goal yourself.
The relationship is based on trust, and your relationship manager will immerse themselves in your situation. They will get to know you and your family and understand what all of you need. Thanks to the know-how available at KBC you will gain more insight into the following.
- Managing your assets
- The right financing solutions in order to achieve your projects
- Legal support to help you transfer your assets more smoothly
- Insurance policies to provide you and your family with optimum protection
From complexity to clarity
Thanks to your personal relationship manager, you won't face all this on your own. And your relationship manager also has support. A team of experts in various fields provide clear language and options in complex affairs. These include taxation, retirement and inheritance planning, insurance analysis and international payments.
A bespoke service
An open discussion with occasional differences of opinion can really benefit your finances. This the rationale we use when working with you. You decide how closely we work together.
- What investments do you already have and where do you want to go with them?
- How much protection do you want for these investments?
- Do you want to invest a lot of your own time in monitoring them or would you rather take a step back?
- Active investment? Including shares?
- Do you want expert guidance when planning your retirement or inheritance matters?