The Banking Awards have been held annually since 2006. Their objective is to encourage prudence and stability in the banking sector by recognizing, awarding and celebrating exemplary performers in the sector. Our aim is to draw the attention of the banking public to the performance of the various players in the sector, consequently encouraging competition. The awards are won on a combination of merits, including financial soundness, opinion polls, market re-search and professional assessments. The overall winner, The Best Bank in Kenya, is usually the bank with an all round appeal.
A panel of distinguished local and international judges from various professional backgrounds is selected to decide on the winners. The judges’ decisions are made on the basis of analysis of financial information - statutorily published by the banks and a comprehensive market research.
The Banking Awards 2018, the 13th annual celebration of the banking sector achievements will
be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi on Friday 11th May 2018. These awards are organized and hosted by Think Business Limited, a strategic research and publishing company specializing in financial sector data and information. Their objective is to encourage innovation, prudence and stability, in the banking sector by recognizing, awarding and celebrating exemplary performance in the sector.
Our 2018 project planning process involved holding discussions with industry leaders and players. As such this years’ awards categories and judging criteria will not only focus on financial stability and growth of the banks but also on how the banks have embraced corporate governance best practices, products and systems innovation, education as well as engaging in sustainable social projects. The Best Bank in Kenya 2018 will be the Bank that best demonstrates the above qualities.
A panel of expert judges drawn from various disciplines shall decide on the winners as per set criteria. The judge’s decisions will be informed by analysis of financial information - statutorily published by the banks, coupled with information provided in your entry documents. The panel of judges will contact banks directly for any additional information they might need to help them in the judging process.
PKF Kenya, the 2018 judging process partners, will oversee and audit the entire judging process including the selection of judges and verification of entry documents. The closing date for all entries is Thursday, 29th March 2018. All entries must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org