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Banking awards calendar 2020

Keep track of the important dates for our key banking awards with this convenient timetable. Check back regularly for a call for entries. For all queries except Private Banking Awards please contact Simon Duffy (simon.duffy@ft.com).

           
           

Deals of the Year:

  • January, 13th – Open for entry
  • February, 14th – Entry deadline
  • May edition – Results published

Download the categories and guidelines:

           
           

Islamic Bank of the Year Awards:

  • February, 3rd – Open for entry
  • April, 1st – Entry deadline
  • June edition – Results published

Download the entry questionnaire:

           
           

Innovation in Digital Banking Awards:

  • March, 2nd – Open for entry
  • May, 15th – Entry deadline
  • August edition – Results published 

Download the categories and guidelines:

Download the entry questionnaire for the sector categories:

Download the entry questionnaire for the regional and global awards:

         
       

Investment Banking Awards:

  • May, 4th – Open for entry
  • July, 17th – Entry deadline
  • October edition – Results published

Download the categories and guidelines:

         
       

Transaction Banking Awards:

  • April, 1st – Open for entry
  • June, 19th – Entry deadline
  • September edition – Results published

Download the categories and guidelines:

Download the entry questionnaire:

         
         

PWM/The Banker Global Private Banking Awards:

  • May – Open for entry
  • July – Entry deadline
  • November edition – Results published

Please visit: http://www.privatebankingawards.com/

       
       

Bank of the Year:

  • June, 1st – Open for entry
  • July, 31st – Entry deadline
  • December edition – Results published
       
       

Financial Inclusion & Banking in the Community:

  • June, 1st  – Open for entry
  • July, 31st –  Entry deadline
  • December edition – Results published
       

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