About Euromoney Awards for Excellence
The annual Euromoney Awards for Excellence are a crucial benchmark of the global banking industry. Now in their 13th year, the awards recognize the finest banks across the world in a range of disciplines, including debt, M&A, equity, cash management and much more.
These awards form a benchmark for high-quality products and services across all areas of commercial and investment banking, and on top of the global categories, they span over 80 individual countries.
Botswana I Ethopia I The Gambia I Ghana I Kenya I Malawi I Mauritius I Namibia I Nigeria I Senegal I South Africa I Swaziland I Tanzania I Togo I Uganda I Zambia I Zimbabwe Zambia’s economy grew at a strong 5.1% in 2005 as copper prices rose, boosting earnings from the country’s number one export. This growth has failed to make much of a dent in the massive public sector debts the country has incurred since independence in 1964 and the government has similarly failed to reduce unemployment, estimated to be 50%, or stem inflation, which averaged 19% in 2005.