ANZ named Best Trade Finance Bank in Vietnam

February 25, 2016 | 14:21
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ANZ has been named as “Best Trade Finance Bank in Vietnam” in the World’s Best Trade Finance Providers Awards 2016 by Global Finance magazine.
ANZ Vietnam CEO Dennis Hussey said: “The prestigious award recognises ANZ’s market leading position and our team’s expertise in Trade Finance services. More importantly, the recognition reflects our customers’ confidence in banking with us”.
“With an extensive network of trade specialists, the ability to connect and build close relationships with customers across 34 markets, as well as a strong commitment to Asia and Vietnam in particular, we deliver our customers with the best trade finance solutions in market,” said Aseem Goyal, ANZ’s head of Global Transaction Banking, Vietnam and Greater Mekong.

This year, ANZ was also honoured by Global Finance as Best Trade Finance Bank in Australia, New Zealand and Cambodia.

The editorial review board of Global Finance selected the best trade finance providers based on input from industry analysts, corporate executives and technology experts. In addition, a poll of Global Finance’s readership was conducted in order to increase the accuracy and reliability of the results. Criteria for choosing the winners included: transaction volume, scope of global coverage, customer service, competitive pricing and innovative technologies. These awards have become a trusted standard of excellence for the global financial community.

ANZ was one of the first foreign banks in Vietnam when it opened in 1993. The ANZ Vietnam franchise supports customers from the Retail & Wealth, Consumer Finance, Institutional client group, Financial Institution & Public Sector.

ANZ was named “Best Trade Finance Bank” and “Best Risk Management Bank” in The Asset’s Triple A Treasury, Trade and Risk Management Awards 2015 and has been awarded “Best International Trade Bank in Vietnam” consecutively in recent years by Trade Finance magazine. ANZ has been ranked “Best Foreign FX Provider” in Vietnam for four consecutive years since 2012 by Asiamoney magazine.

By By Trang Nguyen

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