Euromoney Market Leaders rankings take multiple sources of data including qualitative and quantitative, both internally from banks as well as external client referee data to build a robust and objective picture of industry leaders. Using a vigorous methodology our team of analysts build rankings across categories and by country, creating a global index of banking and finance leaders to provide your definitive guide to banks that matter. Banks are ranked in bands with one of up to three designations; namely, ‘Market Leader’, Highly Regarded’ or ‘Notable’. All banks designated in individual bands are listed in alphabetical order.
Euromoney and Asiamoney have been evaluating the world’s leading financial institutions through performance data, surveys, and industry awards for 30 years. Our annual awards programme, which was established in 1992, attracts over 2,000 submissions from more than 500 of the world’s leading banks in 113 countries and recognises excellence across global, regional and individual country categories. Our Annual awards seek the best of the best in banking services globally. Size is important but certainly not paramount. Profitability is vital, but so is an ability to demonstrate growth, relative outperformance compared with peers and the ability to adapt to changing market conditions and/or client needs. Our Awards identify the best of the best every year and remains our highest accolade.
Euromoney's benchmark surveys tell you how you and your competitors are rated by your clients. They can be used to give you the edge you need, when pitching to clients. Or are used by the industry to see who is best placed to handle their business. With an average response base in excess of 20,000, this is the most authoritative ranking available. Not least as it is entirely dependent on feedback from the voice that matters the most - yours and your competitors’ clients. Euromoney has produced client surveys on core financial services, including cash management, trade finance and foreign exchange for over 40 years.