Deutsche Bank retains number one cash management spot in Western Europe
Survey amongst more than 32,000 corporate and financial institutions sees Deutsche Bank for the ninth year as number one bank for cash management services.
“2020 was a challenging year for all, and at Deutsche Bank we have been focused on supporting our corporate and institutional clients in this difficult time. We are very proud to have been voted the clear number one cash management bank in Western Europe – for the ninth year running”, said Ole Matthiessen, global Head of Cash Management.
Deutsche Bank retained top spot for market share in both Germany and Western Europe for the ninth consecutive year. Clients voted Deutsche Bank best cash management services provider in Germany, Portugal, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands.
The Euromoney survey, carried out annually since 2001 is widely considered the yardstick for success in the cash management business, received a record 32,871 responses from both corporate and financial institutional clients.
Find more information on the Euromoney survey at www.euromoney.com
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