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The Banker's Investment Banking Awards 2017

London |

Overview

The Banker’s 11th annual Investment Banking Awards, this year hosted by Gavin Esler, will be presented at a gala black-tie dinner to be held on 6th September at Claridge's Hotel, London. With a focus on celebrating innovation and creativity within the investment banking field over the past 12 months, these prestigious awards continue to set the benchmark for the industry.

Each year the event increases in stature, as an ever-growing pool of entries from global banks and nimble boutiques compete for the recognition of our expert judging panel. The 2016 event was a spectacular success, bringing together some of the world's most important and influential investment banking professionals.

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Categories

MOST INNOVATIVE

  • Most innovative investment bank
  • Most innovative independent investment bank
  • Most innovative investment bank from Africa
  • Most innovative investment bank from Asia-Pacific
  • Most innovative investment bank from Central and Eastern Europe
  • Most innovative investment bank from Latin America
  • Most innovative investment bank from Middle East
  • Most innovative investment bank from North America
  • Most innovative investment bank from Western Europe

PRODUCT AWARDS

  • Bonds
  • Climate change and sustainability
  • Equity-linked products (including convertibles and exchangeables)
  • Equity derivatives
  • Foreign exchange
  • IPOs and equity raising
  • Infrastructure and project finance
  • Islamic finance
  • Leveraged finance (includes LBO loans, HY bonds and advisory work for financial sponsors)
  • Syndicated loans
  • M&A
  • Private placements
  • Restructuring
  • Structured investor products
  • Risk management (includes managing clients’ and banks’ own credit, market, liquidity, inflation/interest rate and macro risks)
  • Securitisation

COVERAGE AWARDS

  • Consumer and retail goods
  • Technology, media and telecoms
  • Natural resources and commodities (includes all advisory work, commodities finance, hedging and trading)
  • Emerging markets (includes all advisory work and capital markets transactions for EM entities)
  • Financial institutions group (includes all advisory work and capital markets transactions for FIG such as banks and insurers)
  • Sovereigns, supranationals and agencies (includes all advisory work, restructuring, privatisation and capital markets transactions for SSAs)
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Methodology

ENTRY & JUDGING CRITERIA

Entries should contain more than one innovation. A series of innovations – whether in the form of transactions, products, strategies or solutions – should be used to show a business’s strength, momentum and consistency, but please ensure that each entry contains significant detail on at least one of the innovations. Where appropriate, entries should highlight the following:

INNOVATION

  • Provide a full description of the product, structure or strategy.
  • How does this innovation differ from anything similar in the market?
  • What has been done to educate the market and ensure the appropriateness of the product?

UTILITY

  • How has this benefited a client? How has this benefited an investor? How does it fulfil a need in the market? If appropriate, how has the innovation benefited the creator?
  • Does the innovation bring greater clarity or transparency to the market?
  • What was the context in which it was created: the problem it was created to solve, the objective it was created to meet?
  • If possible, illustrate how this innovation has been monetised – ie, if it is a solution for a client, how much has it saved them? If it is a product, how much has been made?

TRANSFORMATION

  • Does the innovation have the potential to transform the way a business or market works?
  • How widely is the product/solution applicable in the wider market?
  • Has the innovation been replicated? (If so, provide information on when, where, how).
  • Has it become or does it have the potential to become an industry standard?
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Venue

Claridge’s
49 Brook Street
Mayfair
London W1K 4HR

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7629 8860

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