Prestigious Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2013 to be unveiled next week

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Euromoney is a reputed global financial magazine involved in selecting best performing banks in respective countries. Euromoney is one of the main magazines that conduct competitions worldwide to select best performing banks annually. Euromoney maintains a solid track record, has a long standing reputation and its content has been undisputed to date. Euromoney conducts the evaluation based on a stringent selection criteria and the respective weightage given for the completed questionnaire of each applicant in selecting the Best bank Award in a respective country. The requested information is in both quantitative and qualitative in nature. In other words, the final selection is based on the data, explanations, details disclosed in the entry form by each applicant. It is also based on the secondary data such as annual reports, rating reports, reports issued by reputed research agencies, etc. The qualitative data that is evaluated against are mainly product innovations and system innovations, risk management policies, good corporate governance, CSR initiatives, maintaining compliance for sustainability etc. The Euromoney Award for Excellence 2013 is due this year, and is expected to be unveiled in the last week of July 2013. For 40 years, Euromoney has covered every twist and turn in the world’s most dynamic market, namely the global finance market. The magazine constantly evolves to mirror changes in international capital markets. Since its inception in 1969 by Sir Patrick Sergeant, Euromoney has become the preeminent journal of the international finance community. It is read by high-ranking financial decision makers in more than 100 countries. Euromoney became a public company in 1986 and is listed on the London Stock Exchange as Euromoney Institutional Investor Plc. Sir Patrick Sergeant is co-president of the company along with Lord Rothermere. The Daily Mail is the biggest shareholder in the Euromoney group. Euromoney’s specialist journalists bring you an authoritative round up of the capital markets, investment, foreign exchange and treasury, and regional markets including Asia, Latin America and EMEA. Euromoney is popular among chief and senior bankers, institutional investors/fund and asset managers, finance ministries, central banks, exchanges and regulators, corporate CFOs, COOs and CEOs, accountancy firms, consultants and law firms. Every month, 63,000 financial industry professionals read Euromoney.