André Delen establishes the Delen stockbroker.
The sons Jean-Pierre, Paul and Jacques Delen follow in their father’s footsteps to head the brokerage firm.
The Delen holding company is listed on the Brussels stock exchange.
Paul De Winter provides the impetus for discretionary asset management
The Delen holding company merges with investment company Ackermans & van Haaren.
The company strengthens itself by acquiring Banque de Schaetzen in Liège and several listed companies in Brussels and Antwerp.
Signing of a cooperation agreement with stockbrokers De Ferm.
Ackermans & van Haaren and the shareholders of Bank J.Van Breda & C° place their subsidiaries under the Finaxis holding company.
Acquisition of stockbroking Havaux further strengthens the position in Brussels.
Reorganisation of the shareholder structure; the Delen family acquires a 25% share in Finaxis through Promofi.
Acquisition of the Luxembourg-based Axa subsidiary Banque Ippa & Associés, thereafter known as Banque BI&A.
Merger of Capital & Finance with Delen Private Bank.
Opening of new office in Ghent. Euromoney awards Delen Private Bank the title of ‘Best Private Bank in Belgium’.
Opening of the office in Hasselt. Multiple awards for Delen Private Bank and Capfi Delen Asset Management, including ‘Best Private Bank in Belgium’ again.
Third Euromoney title of ‘Best Private Bank in Belgium’.
Fourth Euromoney title of ‘Best Private Bank in Belgium’ and several first places for ‘Hermes Belgian Growth’ at the Fund Awards.
Majority shareholding in JM Finn & Co in London.
Euromoney awards Delen Private Bank the title of ‘runner-up Best Private Bank in Belgium’. High score for Cadelam funds at the Fund Awards and in De Tijd.
Eric Lechien and Christian Callens join the Executive Committee.
Delen Private Bank Ghent moves from Merelbeke to a renovated historical building along the Coupure in Ghent. The Brussels office on Tervurenlaan reopens after extensive renovations.
Paul De Winter becomes CEO of Delen Private Bank. Jacques Delen becomes President of the Board of Directors. Jan Suykens becomes Vice President of the Board of Directors. René Havaux becomes Vice President of the Management Committee. Alexandre Delen becomes a member of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.
Acquisition of Oyens & Van Eeghen in the Netherlands.
Opening of the renovated office in Liège. The Antwerp office temporarily moves to the BP-Building.
New offices open in Namur, Leuven and in the Kempen region.
CFI.co awards Delen Private Bank the title of ‘Best Digital Private Bank in Belgium’.
Opening of the office in Knokke.
Euromoney awards Delen Private Bank the title of ‘Best Succession Planning Advice and Trusts Belgium’.
René Havaux becomes CEO of Delen Private Bank. Paul De Winter remains a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Opening of a new office in Waterloo.