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HSBC Armenia named “Bank of the Year”

HSBC Armenia named “Bank of the Year”

PanARMENIAN.Net - For the second consecutive year HSBC Bank Armenia CJSC was named “Bank of the Year in Armenia” for 2012 by “The Banker” in the category "Bank of the Year Awards 2012". The award was received by HSBC Bank Armenia Board Member Mark Emmerson during the official ceremony held in London, the bank’s press service reported.

“The Banker” awards have become one of the most prestigious events within the industry. The award is granted based on a combination of data received from banks around the world with analysis by the magazine’s experts. In addition to financial performance, other factors taken into account include the bank’s strategy, growth directions, initiatives designed to enhance returns, adoption and implementation of advanced technologies, and more. The survey results will be published in December 2012 issue of “The Banker” magazine.

“Winning this prestigious award is an important token of recognition of the outstanding performance and impressive achievements of HSBC Armenia across its business by industry experts. The last two years were indeed record breaking in terms of financial results, which was due to the utmost focus on managing the needs and expectations of our customers who chose us for their everyday banking,” Thies Clemenz, Chief Executive Officer HSBC Bank Armenia CJSC said.

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