LONDON, September 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Very few could be criticised for losing sight of the good in banking of late. The past year has seen the worst of the industry hogging the headlines and testing the patience of an entirely disillusioned banking public. However, despite a seemingly unceasing wave of scandal, 2013 has played host to a mass turnaround in the industry, with many institutions having demonstrated the best in banking standards and the will to rectify fundamental and age-old wrongs in banking culture.
To celebrate those who've contributed towards banking's many successes in 2013, World Finance is announcing the recipients of this year's banking awards on September 13. The World Finance Banking Awards are regarded the world over as the essential yardstick in setting the industry standard, and are only awarded to those who've achieved the most with regards to innovation, profitability and sustainability.
"The panel has been wary to avoid the danger of bias towards criteria such as depth of practice and size of company, in order to get an insight into different geographies and niche areas. We recognise smaller market participants as well as larger firms adapting international models to unique geographies."
Since 2007, the World Finance Banking Awards have recognised those at the forefront of the industry. "Our judging panel boasts over 230 years of financial and business journalism, supported by a research team that works round the clock to ensure our award winners are the most deserving in their sector."
To see the recipients of this year's awards, head over to World Finance on Friday September 13 and discover the best the industry has to offer.
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