We value relationship. Our customers choose to stay with us not only for our sound balance sheet structure or because we belong to a large international banking group, but also for our core values: reliability, transparency, confidentiality and accuracy. We apply these values to each aspects of the relationship. 


The Relationship Manager is proud to establish and maintain our customer-oriented service model and serves as the single point of contact. Through this service model, we provide a full range of innovative services and customised solutions. Our customers also count on the know-how, skills and presence of the large international banking group, Intesa Sanpaolo.


Your Corporate Bank dedicated to the Benelux Area, as part of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, successfully manages the future.

Société Européenne de Banque (SEB) was founded by Banca Commerciale Italiana on June 2nd 1976 in Luxembourg.

In January 2002, SEB incorporated the activities of Banca Intesa International, Luxembourg, and since January 1st 2007, it has been part of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, which was founded as a result of the merger between two major Italian banks, Banca Intesa and Sanpaolo IMI.

On 5th October 2015, SEB changed its corporate name and became Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Luxembourg S.A.

Starting from February 1st 2016, in the context of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group Business Plan, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Luxembourg SA opened a branch in Amsterdam, to which have been transferred the activities undertaken to date by the Dutch branch of Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A.

Besides being the undisputed leader in Italy with an unrivalled distribution network, Intesa Sanpaolo also has a strong international presence in Central-Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean Basin. Intesa Sanpaolo plans to position itself as the benchmark for creating value in the European banking sector. The Group was founded by the union of two major Italian banks with shared values, which came together to expand, to better serve families and to further contribute to the development of businesses and growth of Italy.

Chairman Frédéric Genet
Deputy Chairman Gianluca Cugno (*)
Managing Director & CEO Massimo Torchiana
Directors Marco Bertotti

Andrea Faragalli Zenobi

Paul Helminger

Arthur Philippe

Christian Schaack

Adriana Saitta (*)

Richard Zatta (*)

Secretary Cristiano Patalocchi
(*) Subject to the agreement of the Regulator
Chairman & member Massimo Torchiana
Members Gianluca Cugno

Adriana Saitta

Permanent attendees Cristiano Patalocchi

Paolo Enrico Pernice


Chairman & member Arthur Philippe
Members Dario Bertoncini

Marco Bertotti

Francesco Ciccarelli

Christian Schaack

Managing Director & CEO Massimo Torchiana (**)
Authorized Manager Cristiano Patalocchi (**)
Chief Financial Officer Paolo Enrico Pernice (**)
(**) Member of the Authorized Management responsible for the daily management of the Bank towards the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) and towards the ECB. 

Lux Gest Asset Management S.A., a joint stock company incorporated in Luxembourg, was created in February 2007 and is wholly owned by ISP Bank Luxembourg S.A. The goal of the company, as a Financial Sector Professional, is to provide services related to management, administration and marketing to both Luxembourg and foreign Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities (UCITS) and Undertakings for Collective Investments (UCI).

Chairman Massimo Torchiana (*)
Directors Carlo Vimercati

Francesco Introzzi

Nicola Cutini (**)

(*) Authorized Manager of the Bank. (**) Director and Conducting Person of the Company.

Company Documents

Annual Report (2010-2018):


Please refer to the following link in order to identify the relevant documentation: http://www.intesasanpaolobankluxembourg.lu/en/link/

Additional documentation concerning the Amsterdam Branch

Additional documentation concerning LuxGest Asset Management SA


The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) came into force in all European Union member states on 3rd January 2018. One of its main aims is to create a competitive and harmonised financial environment for regulated markets and investment firms, as well as to strengthen investors’ protection and the efficiency and integrity of the financial markets themselves. The scope of the previous European Directive (MiFID I) is also extended with reference to disclosure and transparency obligations before and after the sale of financial instruments and the reporting and alignment of financial transactions.

Hereby are attached principal information with reference to: