The exhibition "Dalí. A History of Painting" produced by the Grimaldi Forum Monaco, is supported by the Compagnie Monégasque de Banque (CMB), SOTHEBY’S, and d’AMICO.
The CMB and its history
The Compagnie Monégasque de Banque has been firmly established in the Principality since 1976.
For more than 40 years, the CMB has seized opportunities for growth by offering not only traditional banking services, but also consultancy solutions in investment, financing and wealth management.
The Bank’s 220 employees strive daily to provide its clients with tailor-made solutions with one sole aim: their satisfaction.
La CMB and women
The Académie Femmes et Finance (Women and Finance Academy) created in 2016 by the CMB is unique in its kind. It offers training to give women the culture needed to understand the management of family wealth. Teaching is provided by professionals inside or outside the bank. The students approach different financial topics for one year and put the theory into practice using a virtual portfolio that they manage.
The CMB and professional athletes
The CMB has developed a specific offer for top athletes. A dedicated cell accompanies them and helps them prepare for their future, during and after their professional sports career. The experts of the CMB put their specific knowledge in this field at the service of this clientele and take into account the characteristics of the construction and management of the professional athletes’ assets.
The CMB and culture
Monegasque above all, the CMB contributes to the promotion of several institutions in the Principality: the Grimaldi Forum, the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Oceanographic Museum.
An official partner of the Grimaldi Forum since 2005, the Bank has renewed its support for this prestigious cultural institution in 2019 and is proud to be associated with the great summer exhibition dedicated to the painter Salvador Dalí as well as to the high-quality shows that are offered there.
Helena Newman, President of Sotheby’s Europe says: “We are delighted to support this exhibition, which celebrates the master of Surrealism and takes us on a remarkable journey through the artistic career of Dalí over a period of eight decades. Bringing together over a hundred works, this exhibition will explore the fruits of Dali's prodigious subconscious in detail”..
Since 1744, Sotheby’s has united collectors with works of art of international importance. Sotheby’s became the first global auction house when it expanded from London to New York (1955), passing through Hong Kong (1973), where it was the first to hold sales, in India (1992), in France (2001) and finally in China (2012) where it has become the leading international “Fine Art” auction house.
Today, Sotheby's holds auctions in nine different venues, including New York, London, Hong Kong and Paris; the Sotheby’s BidNow program allows visitors from all over the world to track all auctions on-line and bid directly from any location.
The company offers collectors the opportunity to utilise Sotheby’s Financial Services; this is the world’s only full-service art finance company, and can be used not only for private sales in more than 70 categories, including S|2, the gallery of the Contemporary Art Department of Sotheby’s and for two other commercial sales: Sotheby’s Diamonds and Sotheby’s Wine.
Sotheby’s has a global network of 90 offices in 40 countries and is the oldest company listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
d’Amico Group is an Italian shipping company and one of the world leaders in its sector. The core of the activity is focused on the management of dry cargo vessels and tankers but it also provides international shipping services.
Even though its entrepreneurial experience has helped to establish the group’s solid foundations in Italy, d’Amico also enjoys a global presence. Since its founding in 1936, while maintaining its family business roots, d'Amico, has been steadily expanding internationally.
The Group is present today in the main financial and maritime capitals of the world. In addition to its headquarters in Italy, d’Amico also has offices in Monaco, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Luxembourg, Singapore, the United States, Canada, Chile and India.
In terms of Group strategy, there is strong focus on growth and development to strengthen competitiveness in the global market further. d'Amico pays the same attention to stakeholder interests, and environmental protection is always one of d'Amico's ethical focuses and business objectives. Experience, competence and corporate social responsibility as well as attention to customer needs, operational safety and the environmental aspects are its core values, as is the continuous professional development of its teams, and investment in an important state-of-the-art and ecological fleet is among the Group’s main priorities.
d’Amico Group has always been committed to supporting and sponsoring the world of art and culture to present social, cultural, economic and environmental topics to an ever-growing audience. Given that it is a very widespread Italian presence in the Monegasque business world, d’Amico regularly supports events aimed at promoting art and culture.
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