On July 1, the Monaco Foreign Residents Club (CREM) fêted nine years with a cocktail reception at Villa Key Largo in Cap d’Ail.
In her welcome speech, president Louisette Azzoaglio Levy-Soussan called CREM the “antechamber of social and economic life of the Principality.”
Prince Albert congratulated CREM on its success and, in honor of her birthday, presented flowers to Levy-Soussan, who served as private secretary to Princess Grace and then to Prince Albert, for nearly 20 years.
It was at the initiative of the prince and Levy-Soussan that CREM was founded in 2010. The association has since organized more than 1,000 events and today counts 400 members made up of some 40 nationalities. Its plush 220-square-meter clubhouse on Ave. Princesse Grace is more than a meeting point to socialize and learn about integrating into the Monaco community, it also hosts various activities from conferences to workshops. Excursions, tastings, private concerts and parties are organized for members outside of the premises.
Barclays Private Bank, Air France, BMW and the Monaco Brazil Association were a few of the partners who contributed to the event.