Joël Stalter has today announced that he will be partnering with Banque Internationale à Luxembourg. Joël will display the BIL logo on the belly of his golf bag as he competes around the world this year on the European Tour.
Joël has gotten off to a quick start in his maiden season on the European Tour and is currently 54th on the Race to Dubai rankings. His best finish has been tied for 7th position at the BMW SA Open. This was following a tied 14th finish at the UBS Hong Kong Open. On his European Tour debut at the Alfred Dunhill Championship, he finished tied 23rd. The French star will compete this week at the World Super 6 Perth, followed by the Joburg Open the week after.
Founded In 1856, Banque Internationale à Luxembourg is the oldest multi-business banking group in the Grand Duchy. Recognised as being a true cornerstone of the Luxembourg financial market, BIL plays a key role in developing the local economy, operating in retail banking, private banking and corporate banking activities.
‘To partner with Luxembourg’s Bank of the Year for 2016, BIL, is an honour for me. Banque Internationale à Luxembourg is so well respected in the banking industry and I am excited about this partnership over the next few years.’ said Stalter.
Hans-Peter Borgh, Head of Wealth and Investment Management at Banque Internationale à Luxembourg said, ‘To have French golfing star and Luxembourg resident, now associated with BIL is incredibly special for us. We have followed Joël and his golfing progression over the last number of years, so to now be working very closely with him is very exciting for all at BIL. We look forward to continuing to follow Joël’s journey on and off the course for many years to come.’
About Banque Internationale Ã Luxembourg (BIL):
Founded in 1856, Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) is the oldest multi-business bank in the Grand Duchy. It has always played an active role in the main stages of development of the Luxembourg economy. It currently operates in retail, private and corporate banking, as well as on financial markets. Employing more than 2,000 people, BIL is present in the financial centres of Luxembourg, Switzerland (since 1984), Denmark (since 2000), the Middle East (since 2005) and Sweden (since 2016).