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Global Finance is proud to announce its Outstanding Crisis Leadership recognition program for 2020. Honorees from banks and corporations will be revealed in October, with a full report following in the print and digital editions of the December issue and online at GFMag.com.

Outstanding Crisis Leadership 2020 — Banks & Providers

The finance industry is no stranger to disruption, but this year the Covid-19 pandemic brought unprecedented challenges to the world at large. Many banks responded by offering more flexible loan terms or easier access to credit. Some assisted clients in accessing government relief, made donations to support healthcare workers, or stepped in to ensure funding for enterprises delivering pandemic-related goods and services.

Global Finance’s Outstanding Crisis Leadership program for banks and providers will recognize organizations that excelled in responding to the global crisis—financial institutions that went above and beyond to assist their customers, protect their employees, and provide critical support to society at large.

Entry Deadline: September 1

Outstanding Crisis Leadership 2020 — Corporates

The Covid-19 pandemic brought unprecedented challenges to the world at large. Many corporations responded by allowing employees to work from home, establishing community relief funds and other community services, implementing health and safety plans, pivoting to manufacture masks, sanitizer, ventilators and other pandemic related necessities. Some offered paid sick leave and relaxed attendance policies, while others provided back-up dependent care.

Global Finance’s Outstanding Crisis Leadership program for corporates will recognize companies that excelled in responding to the global crisis—organizations that went above and beyond to assist their customers, protect their employees, and provide critical support to society at large.

Entry Deadline September 15


Take advantage of this opportunity to gain the recognition your organization deserves. The editors of Global Finance will only be able to honor the banks and companies that make submissions.