AmBank is best forex bank for corporates, financial institutions

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KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Group clinched the Best FX Bank for Corporates and Financial Institutions for the 10th consecutive year at the 11th Alpha Southeast Asia Treasury & FX Awards 2021.

The banking group said on Wednesday for the third consecutive year it was awarded the Best FX Bank for Structured Products: Commodities, Credit, Equity, FX and Multi-Assets for FX & Treasury. It also clinched an inaugural win with the Best FX Bank for Money Market Products.

Jamzidi Khalid, deputy managing director, wholesale banking and head, group treasury & markets, AmBank Group said:

“The recognition that comes with these awards serve as a testament for the commitment and dedication by the team at AmBank Group, who have been continuously challenged this past year against a volatile and uncertain backdrop.

“Being acknowledged for the 10th time as the Best FX Bank for Corporates and Financial Institutions demonstrates the continued trust our clients have in our ability to deliver what’s best for them.

“We are especially grateful to be a trusted partner of our clients and to be able to provide timely and effective support during a year marked with disruption, ambiguity and uncertainty posed by the Covid -19 pandemic.”

Datuk Sulaiman Mohd Tahir, group CEO, AmBank Group said this year has truly been a year where the banking group had to reposition its action plans by engaging with its clients and keep them informed to provide sound financial markets solutions amidst market uncertainties.

“The team remain committed, while adapting to the new normal of working; thus, it is especially rewarding to have our solutions recognised.

“We will continue to pride ourselves on listening and understanding the unique needs of our clients, from individuals to large corporates, and this has enabled us to deliver financial markets solutions with particular emphasis in FX, to a broad range of clients across all asset classes, ” Sulaiman said

Alpha Southeast Asia is a Hong Kong-based regional institutional investment publication.



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