Bank of the Year Awards 2018 - Open for entry

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BANK OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2018

Regarded as the industry standard for banking excellence, The Banker’s Bank of the Year awards will once again be contested by the world's leading financial institutions.

Judged on their ability to deliver returns, gain strategic advantage and serve their markets – winners reap huge benefits in terms of market visibility and position. They also have the honour of attending the awards gala dinner to be held on November 29th, at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane, London.

As always the competition to win will be very tough. Please be sure to get your completed questionnaires back to us within the deadline. 

To enter this year's awards, please download and complete the Bank of the Year entry form and return to BankoftheYear@ft.com.

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FINANCIAL INCLUSION & BANKING IN THE COMMUNITY AWARDS 2018

Whether in industrialised countries or developing economies, all countries face the challenge of including their poorest members in the financial system. Banks serving this segment not only perform a social function, but can also gain access to the high-margin customers of the future. 

Banks around the world are aware of the importance of building sustainable businesses that invest within the communities that they serve. The Banker’s Banking in the Community Award aims to recognise the most innovative initiatives undertaken by financial institutions that enrich and improve the societies in which they operate. 

To measure which banks are doing best in these contexts, The Banker will be inviting entries to its Financial Inclusion & Banking in the Community Awards.

Please download the submission information and return your case studies to BankoftheYear@ft.com

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The Banker's Bank of the Year Awards 2017

November 30, 2017

In order to find success in the Bank of the Year awards, banks need to demonstrate not only resilience in their balance sheet and finances, but also trail-blazing achievements in areas such as overall strategy, success in multi-channel banking and financial inclusion. This year, we made awards in 141 countries. The global and regional winners are profiled here.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2017 – western Europe

November 30, 2017

The best banks in 2017 from western Europe.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2017 – central and eastern Europe

November 30, 2017

The best banks of the past 12 months from central and eastern Europe.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2017 – Asia-Pacific

November 30, 2017

The best banks of the past 12 months from the Asia-Pacific region.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2017 – Americas

November 30, 2017

The leading banks over the past 12 months from the Americas.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2017 – Middle East

November 30, 2017

The cream of the crop for 2017 from the Middle East.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2017 – Africa

November 30, 2017

Africa's top lenders from 2017.

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The Banker's Bank of the Year Awards 2016

December 8, 2016

Those banks which were able to articulate the strategy that drove their financial performance and how they overcame regulatory, competitive and economic ​hurdles were most like to impress the judges in this year's Bank of the Year awards. This year, we made awards in 149 countries. The global and regional winners are profiled here.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2016 – western Europe

December 8, 2016

The best banks in 2016 from western Europe.

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Bank of the Year Awards 2016 – central and eastern Europe

December 8, 2016

The best banks of the past 12 months from central and eastern Europe.

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