IMAP Poland (Trigon) announced as winner of Euromoney Award for Excellence 2018 in the category of Best Investment Bank in Poland

On Wednesday, 11th July 2018, Trigon was announced as the winner of the prestigious Euromoney Award for Excellence 2018 in the category of Best Investment Bank in Poland.

 

The dinner, at the London Hilton on Park Lane, was attended by almost 700 leading bankers from around the world. The event was compered by Rory Bremner, with guest speaker Sir Geoff Hurst - scorer of the winning goals for England in the 1966 World Cup final – also in attendance as guests watched the England v Croatia semi-final before the awards presentations began.

 

The Awards program, run by Euromoney’s editors, recognized banks in almost 100 countries, in all regions and in 20 global categories. The Euromoney team received almost 1,500 submissions, interviewing over the course of the awards period close to 1,000 bankers in an intense process that lasted four months.

 

Andrzej Sykulski, Managing Partner & Head of Investment Banking, noted

“We are proud of having been selected for such a prestigious recognition in two consecutive years by Euromoney. It is the merit of the entire Trigon team, which distinguishes itself not only through the highest level of competence, but also its commitment. We would like to use this opportunity to thank our clients for their continued and deep trust in us.”

 

About Euromoney’s Awards for Excellence

Euromoney magazine announces its prestigious ranking every year since 1992, distinguishing financial institutions providing services of highest quality. The award is the oldest international recognition of its kind in the banking sector. The so-called ‘Awards for Excellence’ are presented in over 20 categories. Winners are the largest and best financial institutions from around the world. This year, Euromoney named Bank of America as the World’s Best Bank and Citi as the World’s Best Investment Bank. Credit Suisse’s CEO, Mr. Tidjane Thiam, won the Banker of the Year award. As in 2017, Trigon was one of the very few independent investment banking firms among the nominees.

On Wednesday, 11th July 2018, Trigon was announced as the winner of the prestigious Euromoney Award for Excellence 2018 in the category of Best Investment Bank in Poland.

 

The dinner, at the London Hilton on Park Lane, was attended by almost 700 leading bankers from around the world. The event was compered by Rory Bremner, with guest speaker Sir Geoff Hurst - scorer of the winning goals for England in the 1966 World Cup final – also in attendance as guests watched the England v Croatia semi-final before the awards presentations began.

 

The Awards program, run by Euromoney’s editors, recognized banks in almost 100 countries, in all regions and in 20 global categories. The Euromoney team received almost 1,500 submissions, interviewing over the course of the awards period close to 1,000 bankers in an intense process that lasted four months.

 

Andrzej Sykulski, Managing Partner & Head of Investment Banking, noted

“We are proud of having been selected for such a prestigious recognition in two consecutive years by Euromoney. It is the merit of the entire Trigon team, which distinguishes itself not only through the highest level of competence, but also its commitment. We would like to use this opportunity to thank our clients for their continued and deep trust in us.”

 

About Euromoney’s Awards for Excellence

Euromoney magazine announces its prestigious ranking every year since 1992, distinguishing financial institutions providing services of highest quality. The award is the oldest international recognition of its kind in the banking sector. The so-called ‘Awards for Excellence’ are presented in over 20 categories. Winners are the largest and best financial institutions from around the world. This year, Euromoney named Bank of America as the World’s Best Bank and Citi as the World’s Best Investment Bank. Credit Suisse’s CEO, Mr. Tidjane Thiam, won the Banker of the Year award. As in 2017, Trigon was one of the very few independent investment banking firms among the nominees.

 

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