Standard Bank voted Best Overall Bank in Africa

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Standard Bank Group, Africa’s largest bank by assets has been voted the Best Overall Bank in Africa in the 2016 Euromoney Real Estate Survey Awards for the fourth consecutive year.


“We are once again delighted to have been acknowledged through this award by Euromoney,” says Gary Garrett, Head of Real Estate Finance at Standard Bank. “These awards provide further affirmation of Standard Bank’s client-centric strategy and acknowledgement of our cross-border capabilities and local insight.”

The Euromoney Real Estate Survey Awards recognise excellence in the real estate sector. These awards are awarded through peer recognition by a broad range of participants and industry experts across the sector.  Companies that participate in the survey include banks, property developers, investors, asset managers, legal firms and other relevant real estate stakeholders.

Additional accolades awarded to Standard Bank from the banking category for real estate across Africa include:

  • Best Overall Bank in South Africa 
  • Best Overall Bank in  Nigeria (Stanbic IBTC Bank)
  • Best Overall Bank in Ghana (Stanbic Bank)
  • Best Debt Capital Markets Bank in Angola (Standard Bank)
  • Best Debt Capital Markets Bank in Ghana (Stanbic Bank)
  • Best Equity Finance Bank in Ghana (Stanbic Bank)
  • Best Investment Managers in Ghana (Stanbic Bank)
  • Best Loan Finance Bank in Africa
  • Best Loan Finance Bank in Ghana (Stanbic Bank)
  • Best Loan Finance Bank in Nigeria (Stanbic IBTC Bank)
  • Best M&A Advisory Bank in Ghana (Stanbic Bank)

“We are uniquely positioned to understand the dynamics of doing business across the continent and our on the ground presence in the countries in which we operate allows us to partner with clients looking to grow their businesses across Africa,” says Mr Garrett.

Standard Bank continues to position itself as the leading bank on the continent through its operations across 20 countries in Africa.  Having built strong in-country advisory capabilities, Standard Bank is able to deliver a full range of corporate and investment banking services to clients across various emerging markets. 

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