Collin Georget

Stettler’s Collin Georget honoured in Berlin

From May 3 to 7, Stettler’s Collin Georget was at the Executive Council/Chairman’s Council convention and award event in Berlin.

From May 3 to 7, Stettler’s Collin Georget was at the Executive Council/Chairman’s Council convention and award event in Berlin, honoured for being the top commercial account manager from across Canada, for the outstanding contribution of partnering as One RBC with RBC Private Banking.

Speaking of his accolade, Georget said, “As a senior account manager with RBC in East Central Alberta, I have had the privilege of partnering with some of the best colleagues in their respective fields.”

This past year, Georget successfully referred 21 clients to Kata Acheson at RBC Private Banking.

“Our client satisfaction results tell us that this level of advice and service have differentiated us in the market,” Georget said. “I am very proud to have been selected for this award and had the opportunity to represent commercial banking in Berlin at the Executive Council conference and receive my award.”

According to Georget, his position as a key adviser to his clients, places him in an important position of trust.

“It is not only my job to provide excellent advice, products and services to my commercial clients, but also to engage my partners in RBC to provide expertise in all areas of my clients’ financial needs in their business and personal lives,” Georget added. “I have continuously engaged our personal bankers, financial planners, investment and retirement planners, mortgage specialists, investment advisers, and our private bankers to help with advice and services that our high-value commercial clients need.”

Georget stated that he was very excited to draw attention on a national scale, to the great community, about Stettler and East Central Alberta.

“All of us in rural markets like Stettler, need to showcase the great people, businesses and strong sense of community we live in,” Georget commented. “There is great success outside of urban markets and more people need to know that.”

Georget and his wife, Nancy, chose Stettler as their “home” some 14 years back, and since then they have not looked back.

“This award is for all of us in Stettler and surrounding areas, who have made a choice to live and work here and provide senior level professional services to our rural markets,” Georget said. “We are proud of doing life here, and my success in 2016 has placed a spotlight for many to want to understand rural markets better, and to continue to provide the highest level of services to these communities and people and businesses, as they deserve it and require it.”

 

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