Global Finance Magazine holds several conferences and awards ceremonies throughout the year to recognize the winning financial institutions and companies in a host of categories including World’s Best Trade Finance Banks, World's Biggest Banks, World's Safest Banks, World's Best Developed & Emerging Markets Banks, World's Best Internet Banks, and World’s Best Investment Banks. To submit an entry, visit Call for Entries.

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The State of Internet Banking in Poland

Nalepa, Director of the Transactional Banking Department at BRE, weighs in on the state of Internet banking in Poland (it's very advanced)--and what corporate and retail customers want from virtual systems (mobile apps).

Clark and Tucker, Scotiabank

What do Internet banking customers want these days? Scotiabank's Ted Clark, Director of Channel Marketing and Services, and Lynda Tucker, say personalization and consistency across devices are high on the list.

Melissa Waterhouse, Standard Chartered

The Head of Programme Management (Digital Banking) at StanChart says the bank keeps close tabs on technology advances made by corporate innovators outside of the industry.

Stas Roumiantsev, Wells Fargo

The Ux Manager, Commercial Banking, talks about how business customers--and not just retail customers--want applications that work on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.

Peleg and Sudin, Bank Leumi

Responsive design? Leumi Trade executives Limor Peleg and Anna Sudin say the bank has delivered on what customers want: Services that work on any device and across any channel.

Mayank Mishra, Citi Transaction Ser

The Managing Director and Global Head of Online Banking discusses Citi's trade and treasury network -- a single platform that spans 96 countries and serves some 350,000 users.

Shashidhar Ramakrishnaiah, Infosys

Infosys' Practice Head, Consumer and Commercial Banking Practice, talks Internet banking, mobile-centric architecture, and IT innovation.

Brazil’s next Central Banker?

The bank's chief economist believes Brazil is more vulnerable to QE III's eventual end than other countries in Latin America.

Transaction Processing Awards Ceremony 2013

LOCATION: DUBAI, UAE   Global Finance held its Transaction Processing Awards ceremony in Dubai in September—during SWIFT’s Annual Sibos conference. Leading corporate and financial executives from around the world were present to accept their awards and honor other recipients.   ...

Best Bank Awards 2013: The Ceremony

All the winners from our 2013 ceremony,  which was held on Oct. 12  at the IMF/World Bank annual meeting in Washington, DC.

VIDEO Best Bank Awards

The full ceremony, held this year in Washington, DC during the week of the IMF/World Bank annual meeting.

Adnan Ahmed Yousif, Al Baraka

The President and Chief Executive of Al Baraka Banking Group says Islamic banks haven't been hurt by the global financial crisis because they don't buy debt or use derivatives.

Governor Amando Tetangco Jr., Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

The head of the central bank of the Philippines says the country has been able to keep its economy rolling along -- despite the specter of quantitative easing by the US Federal Reserve Board. And in a contrarian take, he says he's also bullish on prospects for emerging markets.

Theodore Roosevelt IV, Barclays

Theodore Roosevelt IV, Managing Director (Investment Banking) at Barclays Capital, on the mood at this year's IMF/World Bank meeting.

Marco Roddenhof, Rabobank

The Global Head (Capital Markets) at Rabobank -- named the safest commercial bank by Global Finance -- says the restructuring of Europe's banking sector still has a ways to go.

Dr. Lutz-Christian Funke, KfW

The Director at KfW -- named the safest bank for 2013 by Global Finance -- says the jitters about Europe's southern economies have finally started to settle down.

Albert Essien, Ecobank

Ecobank's Deputy Group CEO, Corporate & Investment Bank, on Africa's vast potential -- and why it's crucial the potential is realized 'very quickly.'

Carlos Briceño Ríos, Banco Lafise Bancentro

The General Manager at Banco Lafise Bancentro discusses the bank's being named the Best Bank in Nicaragua for the second year in a row. He also explains why tapering by the US Federal Reserve won't have a big impact on the country.