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Banking and Capital Markets

The Banker's Bank of The Year Awards 2016

London |
Speakers include:
Brian Caplen

Brian Caplen

The Banker

Michael Buerk

Michael Buerk

Overview

The Banker’s seventeenth annual Bank of the Year awards will be presented at a gala black-tie dinner to be held on December 7th at the Hilton London Bankside. The event provides an unrivalled opportunity to meet and network with industry peers and to celebrate the achievements of successful financial institutions from around the world.

Entrants were asked to provide comprehensive data on their earnings, asset and Tier 1 capital growth, and returns on equity. But good figures, while essential, were not enough. Our editorial team looked for evidence of banks setting new standards for their local industries, whether it was by using new technology or coming up with innovative, cost-efficient ways of expanding their businesses.

The Banker’s awards continue to set the benchmark for the industry. Congratulations to all our winners.

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Hosts (2)

Brian Caplen

Brian Caplen

Editor
The Banker

Brian Caplen is Editor of The Banker, one of the world’s leading financial journals, and part of the Financial Times Group. He is Executive Editor of fDi magazine which deals with foreign direct investment.
He regularly appears on the BBC, CNN, CNBC and Al Jazeera to comment on international banking, economic and financial issues. He frequently lectures on financial topics.
He also worked as a business editor and journalist in Hong Kong and the Middle East for 10 years. He has travelled extensively and done numerous high level interviews with prime ministers, finance ministers, central bank governors and senior executives.
He has a first class honours degree in Development Studies from the University of East Anglia.

Michael Buerk

Michael Buerk

Michael Buerk is one of Britain’s leading broadcast journalists and has won many of the industry’s major awards. He has worked as a BBC foreign correspondent and presenter for more than thirty years. He anchored the BBC’s main evening television news programme from 1989 to 2003. He continues to present  documentary and other programmes for both BBC Television and Radio as well as ITV and other networks.

He currently chairs the BBC’s leading ethical debate programme, “The Moral Maze” on Radio 4, has a series on British heritage on Channel 4 TV, and is filming a major programme on Pompeii for ITV.  He lectures regularly on current affairs issues and chairs conferences on political, economic and ethical questions.

Categories

AFRICA

Bank of the Year Algeria

Bank of the Year Angola

Bank of the Year Benin

Bank of the Year Botswana

Bank of the Year Burkina Faso

Bank of the Year Burundi

Bank of the Year Cameroon

Bank of the Year Chad

Bank of the Year Democratic Republic of Congo

Bank of the Year Djibouti

Bank of the Year Egypt

Bank of the Year Gabon

Bank of the Year Gambia

Bank of the Year Ghana

Bank of the Year Guinea

Bank of the Year Gunea-Bissau

Bank of the Year Kenya

Bank of the Year Malawi

Bank of the Year Mali

Bank of the Year Mauritius

Bank of the Year Morocco

Bank of the Year Mozambique

Bank of the Year Namibia

Bank of the Year Nigeria

Bank of the Year Republic of Congo

Bank of the Year Rwanda

Bank of the Year Senegal

Bank of the Year Sierra Leone

Bank of the Year South Africa

Bank of the Year Sudan

Bank of the Year Swaziland

Bank of the Year Tanzania

Bank of the Year Tunisia

Bank of the Year Uganda

Bank of the Year Zambia

Bank of the Year Zimbabwe

 

AMERICAS

Bank of the Year Argentina

Bank of the Year Bahamas

Bank of the Year Barbados

Bank of the Year Belize

Bank of the Year Bermuda

Bank of the Year Bolivia

Bank of the Year Brazil

Bank of the Year British Virgin Islands

Bank of the Year Canada

Bank of the Year Cayman Islands

Bank of the Year Chile

Bank of the Year Colombia

Bank of the Year Costa Rica

Bank of the Year Dominican Republic

Bank of the Year Ecuador

Bank of the Year El Salvador

Bank of the Year Grenada

Bank of the Year Guatemala

Bank of the Year Guyana

Bank of the Year Honduras

Bank of the Year Jamaica

Bank of the Year Mexico

Bank of the Year Nicaragua

Bank of the Year Panama

Bank of the Year Paraguay

Bank of the Year Peru

Bank of the Year Puerto Rico

Bank of the Year Saint Kitts and Nevis

Bank of the Year Trinidad and Tobago

Bank of the Year Uruguay

Bank of the Year US

Bank of the Year Venezuela

 

ASIA-PACIFIC

Bank of the Year Afghanistan

Bank of the Year Australia

Bank of the Year Bangladesh

Bank of the Year Brunei

Bank of the Year Cambodia

Bank of the Year China

Bank of the Year Hong Kong

Bank of the Year India

Bank of the Year Indonesia

Bank of the Year Japan

Bank of the Year Kazakhstan

Bank of the Year Kyrgyzstan

Bank of the Year Laos

Bank of the Year Macau

Bank of the Year Malaysia

Bank of the Year Mongolia

Bank of the Year Myanmar

Bank of the Year Nepal

Bank of the Year New Zealand

Bank of the Year Pakistan

Bank of the Year Philippines

Bank of the Year Singapore

Bank of the Year Sri Lanka

Bank of the Year South Korea

Bank of the Year Taiwan

Bank of the Year Thailand

Bank of the Year Turkmenistan

Bank of the Year Uzbekistan

Bank of the Year Vietnam

 

CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

Bank of the Year Albania

Bank of the Year Armenia

Bank of the Year Azerbaijan

Bank of the Year Belarus

Bank of the Year Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bank of the Year Bulgaria

Bank of the Year Croatia

Bank of the Year Czech Republic

Bank of the Year Estonia

Bank of the Year Georgia

Bank of the Year Hungary

Bank of the Year Kosovo

Bank of the Year Latvia

Bank of the Year Lithuania

Bank of the Year Macedonia

Bank of the Year Montenegro

Bank of the Year Poland

Bank of the Year Romania

Bank of the Year Russia

Bank of the Year Serbia

Bank of the Year Slovakia

Bank of the Year Slovenia

Bank of the Year Ukraine

 

MIDDLE EAST

Bank of the Year Bahrain

Bank of the Year Iran

Bank of the Year Israel

Bank of the Year Jordan

Bank of the Year Kuwait

Bank of the Year Lebanon

Bank of the Year Oman

Bank of the Year Palestine

Bank of the Year Qatar

Bank of the Year Saudi Arabia

Bank of the Year United Arab Emirates

 

WESTERN EUROPE

Bank of the Year Andorra

Bank of the Year Austria

Bank of the Year Belgium

Bank of the Year Finland

Bank of the Year France

Bank of the Year Germany

Bank of the Year Iceland

Bank of the Year Italy

Bank of the Year Liechtenstein

Bank of the Year Luxembourg

Bank of the Year Malta

Bank of the Year Netherlands

Bank of the Year Portugal

Bank of the Year Spain

Bank of the Year Sweden

Bank of the Year Switzerland

Bank of the Year Turkey

Bank of the Year UK

Bank of the Year Africa

Bank of the Year Americas

Bank of the Year Asia-Pacific

Bank of the Year Central and Eastern Europe

Bank of the Year Middle East

Bank of the Year Western Europe

Bank of the Year for Financial Inclusion

Global Bank of the Year 2016

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Methodology

The Banker's research staff draws up a list of the major banks in each country and invites them to participate in the awards. Each bank is required to submit an entry form containing up-to-date financial figures and to answer in detail questions about performance, technology, innovation and marketing initiatives.

The judging is carried out by an editorial committee on the basis of submitted entries, data from The Banker's Top 1000 database and our editors' personal knowledge of the market. The entries are discussed at length and the judging process takes several weeks or more. In cases of doubt, our research team will go back to the bank or banks in contention for further information.

All materials are kept on file in case of dispute. The award is for the bank that performed best over the past year, this means that all types and sizes of banks can win.

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Venue

Hilton London Bankside
2 – 8 Great Suffolk Street
London SE1 0UG
Tel: 44-020-36675600

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Accommodation

We look forward to seeing you at The Banker's Bank of the Year Awards 2016 on the 7th December. We have put together a unique HotelMap that shows our hotel deals at nearby hotels.

The Banker's Bank of the Year Awards 2016 Hotel Map is here: 
https://www.HotelMap.com/pro/M8KKB

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Contacts

Irina Goertz
Event Manager
Financial Times Live
Simon Duffy
Editorial Logistics - The Banker
If you have any queries about the entry process, please contact
Adrian Northey
Group Head of Sales - Financial Times
If you would like to book a table at the event, please contact:

Photo Gallery

Please click Here.
*Photos will be available shortly after the awards ceremony. 

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