Standard Bank receives accolades at 2015 Euromoney Real Estate Survey Awards

Sep 08, 2015

South Africa | Real Estate |

Standard Bank Group, Africa’s largest bank by assets has been voted the Best Overall Bank in Africa in the 2015 Euromoney Real Estate Survey Awards. Standard Bank also received several additional awards in recognition of its ability to tailor solutions for clients in an increasingly complex marketplace.

Accolades awarded to Standard Bank within the banking category for real estate across Africa included:

  • Best Overall Bank in Africa
  • Best Loan Finance Bank in Africa
  • Best Equity Finance Bank in Africa
  • Best M&A Advisory Bank in Africa
  • Best Debt Capital Markets Bank in Africa.

“It is an honour to be recognised by Euromoney and receive these accolades. These awards are testament to our ability to tailor solutions for our clients that reflect our deep understanding of the markets in which we operate,” said Gary Garrett, Head of Real Estate Finance at Standard Bank.

Standard Bank also received a further 10 country specific awards, including:

  • Best Overall Bank in Nigeria (Stanbic IBTC)
  • Best Loan Finance Bank in Nigeria (Stanbic IBTC)
  • Best Debt Capital Markets Bank in Nigeria (Stanbic IBTC)
  • Best Overall Bank in South Africa
  • Best Loan Finance Bank in South Africa
  • Best Overall Bank in Ghana
  • Best Equity Finance Bank in Ghana
  • Best Debt Capital Markets Bank in Ghana
  • Best Loan Finance Bank in Ghana
  • Best M&A Advisory Bank in Ghana

The Euromoney Real Estate Survey Awards recognise excellence in the real estate sector. These awards were not based on a submission but rather peer recognition by a broad range of participants and industry experts across the sector.

Companies that participate in the survey include banks, property developers, investors, asset managers, legal firms and other relevant real estate stakeholders.

“We believe that our presence across Africa, and the resultant local insight that we have, is crucial in our ability to partner with clients looking to grow their businesses across the continent,” said Mr Garrett.

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