Stanbic Bank Ghana has, for the second consecutive year, been named the best Bond House and the best Investment Bank in Ghana by the EMEA Finance Magazine. The bank was also recognized as the Best Foreign Investment Bank. This was revealed in a press statement on October 28 that announced winners for the 16th edition of the EMEA Finance Magazine Awards.
The statement noted that the awards recognize the exceptional works done by companies in the banking sector in the face of very challenging circumstances on the African continent. “Our coverage of the banking industry is increasingly focusing on the digital wave sweeping over the entire global economy and banks that are excelling despite the very challenging prevailing circumstances. Inevitably, our winners are deeply engaged in this digital transformation, and the banks that are embracing this change and adapting quickly are likely the ones who will continue to prosper.”
Commenting on the awards, the Chief Executive of Stanbic Bank Ghana, Kwamina Asomaning, said the recognitions show the extent of the bank’s expertise. He dedicated the awards to all staff of the bank. “We have been recognized in multiple categories across the continent, confirming the unmatched breadth and depth of expertise that we offer to our clients. This year we have had to navigate a very difficult operating environment. Our commitment to driving Africa’s growth, and our drive to win, have enabled us to overcome the obstacles we have faced and to achieve these great wins. Thank you all for helping us achieve this exceptional recognition and for continuing to find new ways to make our clients’ dreams possible,” he said.
The Best Investment House, Best Bond House and Best Foreign Investment Bank awards bring to a total of nine (9) EMEA awards for Stanbic Bank over the past four years. Previous awards include Best Foreign Bank (2018), Best Local Investment Bank (2019), Best Foreign Investment Bank (2019) and Best Bond House 2019), Best Bond House (2020), and Best Investment Bank (2020).
EMEA Finance Magazine Awards, highlight locally owned banks, international banks with local presences, and those assisting African companies and countries to access local and global capital markets. The awards cover commercial and retail banks, investment banks, asset managers and brokerage houses.