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RBI Asia Trailblazers Awards 2014 - Shortlist Announced

Source: Retail Banker international


Singapore, Jan 29, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Now in its 5th year, the Retail Banker International Asia Trailblazer Summit and Awards is the premier conference produced for and attended by senior executives from retail banking and consumer finance organisations in Asia.

The summit will take place at The Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore on the 13 March 2014 and will conclude with a glittering awards ceremony in the evening.

We received an overwhelming number of submissions for the Retail Banker International Asia Trailblazers Awards this year. After weeks of deliberation, we are pleased to announce the shortlist of nominated banks.

32 Awards in six categories will be chosen from the following nominations. We will also be handing out two special awards to an Individual and Institutional Trailblazer of the Year.

PRODUCT

Excellence in Credit Card
1. Citibank, Singapore
2. DBS POSB, Singapore
3. RCBC Bankard, Philippines
4. Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand

Excellence in Debit Card
1. Citibank, Philippines
2. CB Bank, Myanmar
3. DBS POSB , Singapore

Excellence in NFC and Contactless Card
1. Citibank, Hong Kong
2. Citibank, Philippines
3. DBS, Singapore

Excellence in Inventive P2P
1. Maybank, Singapore
2. PT Bank Permata Tbk, Indonesia
3. Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand

Excellence in Payment Innovation
1. DBS, Singapore
2. Khan Bank, Mongolia
3. Security Bank, Philippines

SERVICE

Excellence in Customer Experience
1. ANZ, Singapore
2. Kotak Mahindra Bank, India
3. Standard Chartered Bank, China

Excellence in Mass Affluent Banking
1. Citibank, Philippines
2. Citibank, Singapore
3. UOB, Singapore
4. Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore

Excellence in Service Innovation
1. DBS, Singapore
2. Kotak Mahindra Bank, India
3. RHB Bank, Malaysia

Excellence in SME Banking
1. Alliance Bank, Malaysia
2. UOB, Singapore
3. Standard Chartered Bank, China

STRATEGY

Excellence in Business Model Innovation
1. ICICI Bank, India
2. Kotak Mahindra Bank, India
3. Philippine National Bank

Dynamic Third Party Partnerships
1. IndusInd Bank, India
2. Maybank, Malaysia
3. Maybank, Singapore

Excellence in Customer Centricity
1. Alliance Bank, Malaysia
2. ANZ, Singapore
3. IndusInd Bank, India
4. Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore

PROCESS

Excellence in Loan Origination
1. Krungsri, Thailand
2. PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk, Indonesia
3. Taishin Bank, Taiwan

Excellence in Collection and Debt Management
1. ICICI Bank, India
2. Maybank, Malaysia
3. OCBC, Singapore

Excellence in Core Banking Technology
1. Bharatiya Mahila Bank, India
2. National Development Bank, Sri Lanka

CHANNEL

Excellence in Innovative Branch Offering
1. ICICI Bank, India
2. Maybank, Malaysia
3. PT CIMB Niaga, Tbk, Indonesia

Excellence in Innovation in Service Delivery - ATMs
1. Citibank, Singapore
2. Central Bank of India, India
3. DBS Bank, Singapore
4. Philippine National Bank, Philippines

Excellence in Internet Banking - Overall
1. CIMB Bank, Malaysia
2. Citibank, Philippines
3. UOB, Singapore

Excellence in Internet Banking - Cross Border
1. DBS Bank, Singapore
2. Kotak Mahindra Bank, India

Excellence in Mobile Banking - Overall
1. CIMB Bank, Malaysia
2. Kotak Mahindra Bank, India
3. Taishin Bank, Taiwan

Excellence in Mobile Banking - Payments
1. Kotak Mahindra Bank, India
2. Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand
3. UOB, Singapore

Excellence in Mobile Banking - Customisation
1. HDFC Bank, India
2. ICICI Bank, India

Excellence in Social Media - Customer Relations and Brand Management
1. Citibank, Philippines
2. DBS Bank, Singapore
3. Maybank, Malaysia

About Retail Banker international

First published in 1980, Retail Banker International (RBI) is the only truly global publication solely focused on analysis of the retail banking sector. RBI's briefing services provide must-have content ranging from daily news and updates to in-depth insights and retail banking analysis in critical areas including: product innovation, marketing strategies, multi-channel distribution and competitor analysis.

RBI expert journalists and analysts track retail banking KPIs enabling users of its briefing services to benchmark bank performance over time against more than 100 banking and macroeconomic metrics. RBI in-house analysis is backed up by an independent editorial board of internationally renowned retail bankers, academics and consultants providing ongoing advice and comment. www.retailbankerinternational.com

About Timetric

The Retail Banker International Asia Trailblazer Summit and Awards are organised by Timetric, an independent provider of online data, analysis and advisory services on key growth economies and sectors. We provide integrated information services covering risk assessments, forecasts, industry analysis & market intelligence.

A unique global brand, Timetric is renowned for innovative, independent thinking in financial services and professional services markets. We offer over 25 years experience in the provision of authoritative, valued-added information, research and analysis, news services, research reports, conferences and other events. https://timetric.com/

Media Enquiries
Ruben Kempeneer
Regional Director, Timetric
Tel: +65 6383 4688
Email: [email protected]

Source: Retail Banker international

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