Deutsche Bank won three Top Awards at the International Financing Review (IFR) Awards 2013 – more than any other bank.
The accolades are:
― Bond House of the Year
― Loan House of the Year
― High-Yield Bond House of the Year
Explaining its choices, IFR said: “Deutsche Bank’s mantra is Passion to Perform and its credentials throughout the IFR Awards period showed it has not yet tired of doing so, adding market share across almost all product lines in spite of already occupying a top-tier position. Complacency, it appears, is not a word that features in the Bank’s dictionary."
It is the first time a bank has won all three of the key global debt awards in the same year – and the first time a Bank has won the Bond House award three years in a row.
Deutsche Bank won a further four individual category awards:
― EMEA High-Yield Bond House
― EMEA Structured Finance House
― Emerging EMEA Bond House
― Asia-Pacific Loan House
The awards build on the success of the Corporate Banking & Securities Group Division throughout 2013 including: Most Innovative Transaction Bank from Western Europe from The Banker for the second consecutive year (October) and Best Global Flow House and Best Global Commodities House from Euromoney (July).
Last year, Deutsche Bank won two IFR Top Awards: Bond House of the Year and Equity House of the Year.