Awards for Excellence dates and guidelines
The Euromoney Awards for Excellence are fast approaching. They continue to be the most respected awards in the financial services industry. Building on our established criteria of past years, Euromoney combines quantitative data with informed and important subjective judgements to honour those institutions that have brought the highest levels of services, innovation and expertise to their customers.
EUROMONEY GLOBAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 2010
Full list of categories, journalists responsible and submission guidelines
The following is a comprehensive list of global categories for the Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2010 together with email details of the journalists directly covering them.
We think that what each category entails should be self-explanatory. If you do require more information please contact the relevant journalist.
As always, we reserve the right to amend, add or remove categories during the submission and interview process.
Clive Horwood/Peter Lee
Best M&A house
Best debt capital markets house
Best short-term debt house
Hamish Risk/Louise Bowman
Best high yield bond house
Best credit derivatives house
Hamish Risk/Louise Bowman
Best equity capital markets house
Best equity derivatives house
Best risk management house
Best sovereign advisory
Best infrastructure and project finance house
Best commodities house
Best flow house
NOTE: This award will take into account banks’ abilities in secondary markets across rates, credit, foreign exchange, equities and commodities.
Best transaction banking house
Best investor services house
Best wealth management house
Best independent bank or brokerage
Louise Bowman/Helen Avery
Best hedge fund
Best emerging market bank
Best emerging market investment bank
Best emerging market debt house
Sudip Roy/Dominic O’Neill
Best emerging market equity house
Sudip Roy/Lawrence White
Best emerging market M&A house
For each global category, we ask that banks provide us with a submission of no longer than two sides of A4 paper.
The submission should form a series of bullet points highlighting achievements of the bank in the relevant category over the previous 12 months.
Submissions should only contain information that you are happy for us to use in the event that your firm wins an award. We cannot and will not sign confidentiality agreements.
The deadline for receiving global category submissions is FRIDAY MAY 28.
These should be emailed:
to the editor at email@example.com;
to the relevant journalist as above;
and to our awards email address, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the submission date has passed, for each category the journalist and senior editorial team will assess submissions, and our own editorial perceptions, and formulate a shortlist of a minimum of three banks per category.
Banks which have made a shortlist will be informed by no later than June 14, although each category will vary.
The short-listed banks will then be asked for interview. Each interview will last for around 30 minutes. All these interviews must be on the record – we will not check quotes after the interview, although we may come back to you to clarify facts.
The winners of each award will then be informed on or before our Awards for Excellence Dinner in London on July 8.
For any other information please contact the relevant journalist in the first instance, or email both the journalist and the editor.