Submission Details

1. Who is eligible?
Institutions, banks and non-banks, with operations in Asia Pacific: Australia, Cambodia, China, Bangladesh, Brunei, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar, New Zealand, Pakistan, The Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam, etc. Should you like to participate in the awards for more than one country, please complete and send in a separate set of submission kit for each country.

2. Will institutions that do not make a submission be considered?
The Asian Banker may decide, at its own discretion and on a strictly case by case basis, to
consider transaction institutions that do not make a submission. However, transaction institutions that do not make a submission may have a ranking that is not up to their expectations due to unavoidable difficulties in gathering full and accurate information when a submission has not been made.

3. Completing the questionnaire
Submissions should be made on separate Excel spreadsheets that are attached to the
submission kit if your institution applies for “The International Transaction Awards, Asia Pacific”, “Payments and Currency Clearing Awards, Asia Pacific” and “Domestic Transaction Awards, Asia Pacific”. You are free to supplement the information here with additional presentation or datapacks. Always provide key financials in US Dollar and your answers in the context of the location/region for your submission, unless otherwise prompted. For applying to Frictionless Transaction Awards, please make a submission with no more than 15 pages in length and answer questions in “The Asian Banker - Transaction Awards 2019 for Asia Pacifc- Frictionless Transaction Awards”

4. Is the information submitted made available to the public?
All information you provide will be kept in strictest confidence. A final report will collate
the findings and publish generic information that discusses trends and emerging best
practices from the programme, but does not discuss any specific submission under any
circumstances whatsoever.

5. Commitment to Integrity Statement
The Asian Banker is committed to the highest level of integrity in the conduct of all its awards
programmes. At no time, would we conduct ourselves in a manner that can give the industry
any reasons to doubt the impartiality of the decision making process involved. We make a clear
distinction between the commercial aspects of running an awards programme which go towards underwriting the costs of the researchers and the time involved, and the neutrality with which our researchers make their decisions. We wish that the industry takes the awards presented by the Asian Banker as representing the most prestigious recognition of their work as well as professional careers.

6. When to submit?
Please complete the questionnaire and email it to no later than January 31st 2019.

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