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Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2010 2010.09.04

Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank win top honours in Euromoney Awards for Excellence. Vikram Pandit of Citigroup wins inaugural Banker of the Year award.

The dinner was attended by 450 of the leading bankers and investment bankers from around the world.
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
At a gala dinner in London Thursday July 8, 2010, Euromoney announced the winners of its Awards for Excellence – the most prestigious awards in the global banking industry.

The dinner was attended by 450 of the leading bankers and investment bankers from around the world, and was hosted by Rory Bremner.

Rory Bremner
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
Credit Suisse was awarded the title of best global bank
.
“With its successful execution on a new strategy, and high returns on a low-risk model, Credit Suisse is arguably the best-run bank in the world today,” said Euromoney. “Its model is one that many other global banks are now seeking to emulate, if not in whole then certainly in part. The numbers speak for themselves: for the first quarter of this year, a tier one ratio highest in its class of 16.4%; risk-weighted assets lowest in its peer group at $218 billion; and a return on equity that was the highest of the global banks, at 23.3%.”

Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse Group.
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse Group
, said:
"We are honoured that Euromoney has chosen to recognise Credit Suisse tonight. While these awards recognize our past performance, we are mindful that we must continue to remain focused and responsive to further change in our industry. Firms that are willing and able to successfully change the way they do business have the best chance of thriving and we think our client focused, capital efficient strategy positions us well for the challenges ahead. We are grateful for the continued support of our clients, shareholders and employees, without whom these awards would not have been possible."

Credit Suisse was awarded the title of Best Global Bank.Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse Group.
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
Deutsche Bank is the best global investment bank for 2010
.
“What makes Deutsche’s performance truly remarkable is that it comes during a period in which the firm has fundamentally transformed its core businesses, rethought its model, reduced risk, reduced assets and had high staff turnover. No other major global investment bank has chosen to undertake such a transformation and executed it while still producing superior financial results and doing good work for clients,” Euromoney said.

Anshu Jain, head of the corporate and investment bank at Deutsche Bank.
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
Anshu Jain, head of the corporate and investment bank at Deutsche Bank
, said:
"We are very pleased that Euromoney chose to recognise us as the best investment bank for 2010. Our ability to gain market share across the Corporate and Investment Bank while simultaneously reducing risk and positioning for the future is a tribute to our employees and their efforts on behalf of our clients."

Deutsche Bank is the Best Global Investment Bank for 2010. Anshu Jain, head of the corporate and investment bank at Deutsche Bank.
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
Vikram Pandit is the winner of Euromoney’s first banker of the year award
, recognising his achievements in restoring Citigroup to profitability having executed one of the biggest, and most complex, bank restructurings in history.

Vikram Pandit, Chief Executive Officer of Citi.
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
“For a man who was supposedly doomed to fail, Vikram Pandit has done a remarkable job in transforming Citigroup. Few, if any, bank chief executives have faced a tougher set of challenges over the past two years or been the subject of as much criticism. He has come through many battles, and no doubt has more to come. But it is time to start giving Pandit some credit for his achievements.”

Vikram Pandit is the winner of Euromoney’s first Banker of the Year 2010 award.
Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
Vikram Pandit
said:
“I am deeply honoured that Euromoney has recognised the significant progress we are making at Citi. By focusing on being a bank dedicated solely to serving its clients and taking advantage of our unique global footprint, we have put all the elements in place for long-term profitability and success. This recognition would never have been possible without the dedication and hard work of our 263,000 employees around the world, and I am proud to accept this award on their behalf.”

Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
HSBC, Euromoney’s best global bank in 2009
, had another successful year, winning four global awards – more than any other bank – including the prestigious emerging markets bank of the year title.

Barclays was the inaugural winner of Euromoney’s best global flow house award, recognising its achievements in sales and trading of credit, rates, equities and commodities.

Moelis & Co also scooped a new award, as best independent investment bank.

All of the winners of the Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2010 are published in the July issue of Euromoney, available online to subscribers today.

The July issue also includes exclusive, in-depth interviews with Credit Suisse’s Dougan, Citi’s Pandit, and Deutsche Bank’s Anshu Jain and Michael Cohrs.


About Euromoney Awards For Excellence


Since 1992 Euromoney, the world’s leading financial markets magazine, has singled out the outstanding institutions in finance.

Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
Over the years, the Awards for Excellence have evolved with the markets they cover. They now incorporate 25 global awards for banking and capital markets; and awards for the best banks and securities houses in almost 100 countries around the world.

Image courtesy of Euromoney
 
All the awards have one central theme – they recognise institutions and individuals that demonstrate leadership, innovation, and momentum in the markets in which they excel.

Banks are invited to submit their credentials for the awards which, after analysis and interview, are decided by a committee of senior Euromoney journalists chaired by the magazine’s editor, Clive Horwood.

http://www.euromoney.com/Article/2621461/Category/3/Euromoney-Awards-for-Excellence-2010.html  



Deutsche Bank named Best Global Investment Bank in Euromoney Magazine's Awards for Excellence 2010


Frankfurt am Main / London - July 9, 2010

Euromoney Magazine named Deutsche Bank the "Best Global Investment Bank" for 2009-2010 in its annual Awards for Excellence, announced yesterday in London.

The magazine's editors cited Deutsche Bank's financial performance as a factor in their decision, alongside a successful recalibration strategy that significantly reduced risk without adversely impacting the Bank's ability to serve its clients.

Euromoney said:
"What makes Deutsche Bank's performance truly remarkable is that it comes during a period in which the firm has fundamentally transformed its core businesses . no other major global investment bank has chosen to undertake such a transformation and executed it while still producing superior financial results and doing good work for clients."

Dr. Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee of Deutsche Bank.
Photo: Deutsche Bank
 
Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee
, said:
"This award is a clear recognition of Deutsche Bank's swift and thorough reaction to the financial crisis and its adaptation to the post-crisis environment."

Michael Cohrs, Management Board member and former Head of Global Banking.
Photo: Deutsche Bank
 
Anshu Jain, Head of the Corporate and Investment Bank at Deutsche Bank
, and Michael Cohrs, Management Board member and former Head of Global Banking, said:
"Our ability to gain market share across the Corporate and Investment Bank while simultaneously reducing risk and positioning for the future is a tribute to our employees and their efforts on behalf of our clients."

In addition to Best Global Investment Bank, Deutsche Bank was awarded Best Global Credit Derivatives House, Best Global Risk Management House and a number of regional and country awards including Best Bank in Germany.

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG
Press and Media Relations


Name: Michael Golden
Phone: +44 20 7545 6469
E-Mail: michael.golden@db.com

Name: Armin Niedermeier
Phone: +49 69 910 33402
E-Mail: armin.niedermeier@db.com


About Deutsche Bank


Deutsche Bank is a leading global investment bank with a strong and profitable private clients franchise.

 
 
A leader in Germany and Europe
, the bank is continuously growing in North America, Asia and key emerging markets.

Deutsche Bank Headquarter Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Photo: Deutsche Bank
 
With 80,849 employees in 72 countries, Deutsche Bank offers unparalleled financial services throughout the world.

Deutsche Bank in Tokyo
Photo: Deutsche Bank
 
The bank competes to be the leading global provider of financial solutions for demanding clients creating exceptional value for its shareholders and people.

http://www.db.com/  

http://www.db.com/presse/en/content/press_releases_2010_5099.htm?month=3  



Vikram Pandit
Chief Executive Officer, Citi


Vikram Pandit
Photo: Citigroup
 
Vikram Pandit is the Chief Executive Officer of Citi.
Before being named CEO on December 11, 2007, Mr. Pandit was Chairman and CEO of Citi's Institutional Clients Group, which includes Markets & Banking and Citi Alternative Investments.

Formerly the Chairman and CEO of Citi Alternative Investments, Mr. Pandit was a founding member and chairman of the members committee of Old Lane, LP which was acquired by Citi in 2007.

Previously, Mr. Pandit was President and Chief Operating Officer of Morgan Stanley's institutional securities and investment banking business and was a member of the firm's Management Committee.

Mr. Pandit serves on the boards of Columbia University, Columbia Business School and the Indian School of Business. He is a former board member of NASDAQ, Trinity School, the New York City Investment Fund, and the American India Foundation.

Mr. Pandit earned a PhD in Finance from Columbia University in 1986.
He also received an MS degree in 1977 and a BS degree in electrical engineering in 1976 from Columbia.

http://www.citigroup.com/citi/corporategovernance/profiles/pandit/index.htm  



Brady W. Dougan
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board of Credit Suisse Group AG and Credit Suisse AG


Brady W. Dougan
Photo: Credit Suisse
 
Brady W. Dougan is the Chief Executive Officer of Credit Suisse Group AG and Credit Suisse AG. He is also a member of the Executive Board of Credit Suisse Group AG and Credit Suisse AG. He is based in Zurich.
Born 1959 - US citizen.
Before assuming his current responsibilities in May 2007, Mr. Dougan served as CEO of the Credit Suisse Investment Bank and its predecessor firm, Credit Suisse First Boston, from July 2004.
He also served as CEO of Credit Suisse Americas, with oversight of Investment Banking, Private Banking and Asset Management in the region.

Mr. Dougan started his career in the Derivatives group at Bankers Trust Company, and he joined Credit Suisse First Boston in 1990.

He was named Head of the Equities division in 1996, and Global Head of Securities in 2001. From 2002 to July 2004, he served as Co-President of Institutional Securities until his appointment to the role of CEO of the Investment Bank in 2004.

Mr. Dougan received a B.A. in Economics in 1981 and an M.B.A. in Finance in 1982 from the University of Chicago, Illinois.

https://www.credit-suisse.com/news/en/visuals_people_dougan.jsp  



Dr. Josef Ackermann
Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee


Dr. Josef Ackermann
Photo: Deutsche Bank
 
Dr. Josef Ackermann is Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee of Deutsche Bank.

Born 1948. He studied Economics and Social Sciences at the University of St. Gallen, and in 1977 - after obtaining his doctorate - he joined Schweizerische Kreditanstalt (SKA).
In 1990, Ackermann was appointed to the Executive Board of SKA, becoming its President in 1993.

In 1996, Ackermann joined the Management Board of Deutsche Bank, where he was responsible for the investment banking division.

In 2002, he became Spokesman of the Management Board and Chairman of the Group Executive Committee.
He was appointed Chairman of the Management Board on February 1, 2006.
Under his leadership, the investment banking business became one of Deutsche Bank's principal sources of revenue, joining the top tier of global investment banks within a few years.
From 2006 onwards, he pursued the expansion of 'stable' businesses through targeted acquisitions and investments.

In September 2008, Ackermann made the key decision to further strengthen Deutsche Bank's Private & Business Clients business by taking a stake in Postbank with the option to buy the company.

Ackermann is a member of the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG (Second Deputy Chairman), a non-executive member of the Board of Directors of Royal Dutch Shell plc and a member of the Board of Directors of Zurich Financial Services Ltd.

He also plays an active role in, among other things, the Initiative Finanzstandort Deutschland (member of the Initiators' Group), the Institute of International Finance (Chairman of the Board of Directors), the World Economic Forum (Co-Chairman of the Foundation Board), the St. Gallen Foundation for International Studies (Chairman), the Foundation Lindau Nobelprizewinners Meetings at Lake Constance (Honorary Senate member) and the Metropolitan Opera New York (Advisory Director).

In 2007, Ackermann accepted an appointment as Visiting Professor in Finance at the London School of Economics.

In July 2008, he was appointed Honorary Professor at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt.
Furthermore, Ackermann is an Honorary Fellow of the London Business School and holds an Honorary Doctorate from the Democritus University of Thrace in Greece.

http://www.db.com/presse/en/content/management_board.htm  



Deutsche Bank najlepszym bankiem inwestycyjnym w Polsce i na świecie


Deutsche Bank zwyciężył w prestiżowym rankingu magazynu Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2010 w kategorii Najlepszy Bank Inwestycyjny w Polsce.

Równocześnie Deutsche Bank został uznany Najlepszym Globalnym Bankiem inwestycyjnym, a w ramach wyróżnień dla regionu Europy Centralnej i Wschodniej otrzymał tytuły Najlepszego Banku w zakresie zarządzania ryzykiem i Najlepszego Banku oferującego rozwiązania rynku walutowego.

Foto: Euromoney
 
Magazyn Euromoney
przyznał Deutsche Bank tytuł Najlepszego Banku Inwestycyjnego w Polsce i Najlepszego Globalnego Banku Inwestycyjnego w edycji 2009-2010 dorocznych nagród Awards for Excellence, ogłoszonych w Londynie.

W uzasadnieniu decyzji redakcja magazynu wskazała na bardzo dobre wyniki finansowe Deutsche Bank oraz udaną strategię transformacji, która znacząco obniżyła ryzyko bez wywierania negatywnego wpływu na zdolność banku do obsługi Klientów.

Dr hab. Krzysztof Kalicki, Prezes Deutsche Bank Polska S.A. (w środku) z dyplomem dla Najlepszego Banku Inwestycyjnego w Polsce w edycji 2009-2010 dorocznych nagród Awards for Excellence, ogłoszonych w Londynie.
Foto: Euromoney
 
„Tym co naprawdę wyróżnia wyniki Deutsche Bank jest fakt, że odnotowano je w okresie, w którym bank dokonał fundamentalnej transformacji podstawowej działalności. Żadna inna wiodąca globalna instytucja inwestycyjna nie podjęła się i nie przeprowadziła tak szeroko zakrojonej transformacji, przy jednoczesnym osiągnięciu ponadprzeciętnych wyników finansowych i równoczesnej rzetelnej pracy na rzecz Klientów.” – czytamy w uzasadnieniu decyzji Euromoney.

Dr hab. Krzysztof Kalicki, Prezes Deutsche Bank Polska S.A. (w środku) w kuluarach rozdania Awards for Excellence 2010 w Londynie.
Foto: Euromoney
 
Josef Ackermann, Prezes Zarządu i Przewodniczący Komitetu Wykonawczego Grupy Deutsche Bank
powiedział:
„Przyznane bankowi nagrody stanowią wyraźny dowód uznania dla szybkiej i gruntownej reakcji naszego banku na kryzys finansowy oraz przystosowanie się do otoczenia pokryzysowego.”

Anshu Jain, Szef Bankowości Korporacyjnej i Inwestycyjnej Deutsche Bank, i Michael Cohrs, członek Zarządu i były Szef Bankowości Globalnej, powiedzieli:
„Nasza zdolność do zdobywania udziałów w rynku w całym obszarze Bankowości Korporacyjnej i Inwestycyjnej przy jednoczesnym obniżaniu ryzyka i budowaniu pozycji na przyszłość jest wyrazem uznania dla naszych pracowników i ich wysiłków podejmowanych w imieniu naszych Klientów.”

Dr hab. Krzysztof Kalicki, Prezes Deutsche Bank Polska S.A. dodał:
„Jesteśmy dumni, że Deutsche Bank Polska S.A. przyczynił się do uzyskania tak prestiżowych nagród, które odzwierciedlaną naszą wspólną pracę na rzecz sukcesu i satysfakcji Klientów i budowania trwałej wartości dodanej dla rynków, na których działamy.”

Kwintet jazzowy podczas rozdania Awards for Excellence 2010 w Londynie.
Foto: Euromoney
 
W kontekście nagrody przyznanej bankowi za działalność w Polsce jury doceniło szeroki zakres zrealizowanych transakcji i podkreśliło znaczące doświadczenie Deutsche Bank zarówno w zakresie instrumentów rynków kapitałowych, jak i dłużnych.

Oprócz nagrody dla Najlepszego Globalnego Banku Inwestycyjnego, Deutsche Bank otrzymał między innymi tytuł Najlepszego Globalnego Banku obsługującego kredytowe instrumenty pochodne, Najlepszego Banku w zakresie zarządzania ryzykiem w Europie Centralnej i Wschodniej, Najlepszego Banku oferującego rozwiązania rynku walutowego w Europie Centralnej i Wschodniej oraz wiele nagród regionalnych i krajowych, w tym dla Najlepszego Banku w Niemczech.

Więcej informacji:

Emilia Szok
+48 22 579 9130
emila.szok@db.com

Sabina Salamon
+48 22 339 95 05
sabina.salamon@db.com

http://www.db-polska.pl/320_648.htm  

http://www.ihk.pl/index.html?action=sai&ida=7410  


dr hab. Krzysztof Kalicki
Prezes Zarządu Deutsche Bank Polska S.A.

dr hab. Krzysztof Kalicki
Foto: Deutsche Bank Polska
 
Po ukończeniu Szkoły Głównej Planowania i Statystyki (1976 - magister ekonomii Wydziału Handlu Zagranicznego, 1983 - doktorat: Zarządzanie finansowe zagraniczną filią przedsiębiorstwa transnarodowego) był pracownikiem naukowo-badawczym i wykładowcą w Katedrze Finansów Międzynarodowych w SGPiS (obecnie Szkoła Główna Handlowa).

Od 1.10.1989 do 15.10.1990 adiunkt w Narodowym Banku Polskim, w Zakładzie Naukowo-Badawczym Bankowości i Pieniądza.
Od 10.1990 do 12.1992 pracował jako doradca Ministra Finansów, a następnie jako dyrektor Departamentu Zagranicznego w Ministerstwie Finansów.
W czerwcu 1994 został I zastępcą Ministra Finansów (do 12.1996).
W grudniu 1996 podjął pracę w Banku Pekao S.A., gdzie pełnił funkcję I wiceprezesa Zarządu.
Ponadto był Przewodniczącym Rady Nadzorczej Banku Depozytowo-Kredytowego S.A. w Lublinie (10.1991 - 07.1994; 06.1997 - 05.1998), członkiem Rady Nadzorczej Banku Handlowego w Warszawie (01.1993 - 07.1994), Przewodniczącym Rady Nadzorczej Banku Pekao S.A. (08.1994 - 12.1996) oraz członkiem Rady Nadzorczej Mitteleuropäische Handelsbank we Frankfurcie (02.1997 - 05.1998).
Od 1 sierpnia 1998 pełni funkcję członka Zarządu Deutsche Bank Polska S.A.
Z dniem 1 stycznia 2003 został desygnowany na stanowisko Prezesa Zarządu.

http://www.db-polska.pl/148_164.htm  



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