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Right now I'm trying to setup my CV in banking style. I want the photo to be on the right side of the title.

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In the following link the user had the same problem and he got help. ModernCV Banking photo title

Solution: https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/201259/119348

I tried to implement the code but without succcess. Can you provide a MWE for me?

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    Welcome to TeX.SX! Writing a full minimal working example (MWE) can be a lot of effort, why don't you provide a "not quite working" MWE here (emphasising why it's not perfect if it's not obvious) and then it's easier for people to spot what is wrong and offer a fix.
    – Dai Bowen
    Nov 22 '16 at 14:41
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\documentclass[11pt,a4paper,sans]{moderncv}
\moderncvstyle{banking}
\moderncvcolor{blue}

\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage[scale=0.75]{geometry}
\usepackage[absolute,overlay]{textpos}

% personal data
\name{John}{Doe}
\title{Resumé title}
\address{street and number}{postcode city}{country}
\phone[mobile]{+1~(234)~567~890}
\phone[fixed]{+2~(345)~678~901}
\phone[fax]{+3~(456)~789~012}
\email{john@doe.org}
\homepage{www.johndoe.com}
\social[linkedin]{john.doe}
\social[twitter]{jdoe}
\social[github]{jdoe}
\extrainfo{additional information}
\photo[64pt][0.4pt]{picture}
\quote{Some quote}

\makeatletter
\@ifpackageloaded{moderncvstylebanking}{%
\let\oldmakecvtitle\makecvtitle
\renewcommand*{\makecvtitle}{%
  {\centering\framebox{\includegraphics[width=\@photowidth]{\@photo}}\par\vspace{10pt}}%
  \oldmakecvtitle%
}%
}{%
}
\makeatother

\begin{document}

\makecvtitle

% recipient data
\recipient{Company Recruitment team}{Company, Inc.\\123 somestreet\\some city}
\date{January 01, 1984}
\opening{Dear Sir or Madam,}
\closing{Yours faithfully,}
\enclosure[Attached]{curriculum vit\ae{}}

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\makeletterclosing

\end{document} 

Here is a MWE with the picture on top.

According to the solution from the link above, this should do the trick:

Easy workaround. I used \hskip to shift \makecvtitle and placed the photo using

\begin{textblock} as follows

\hskip -3.5cm {\makecvtitle}

\begin{textblock}{0}(10.5,1)
  \includegraphics[]{picture}\par
\end{textblock}
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    You should add this MWE to your question by editting it rather than posting it as an answer, probably without the \makeatletter stuff which isn't necessary as it is a hack to solve a different problem. The answer you link to suggests replacing \makecvtitle with the fragment \hskip ... \end{textblock}.
    – Dai Bowen
    Nov 22 '16 at 16:35

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