Maybank wins multiple Asiamoney Awards in 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) has won five awards and topped two polls for 2022 at the Asiamoney Awards 2022.

The bank displayed its strength across the group’s franchise namely its consumer and whole businesses in Malaysia and international footprint by securing the recognition of Best International Bank in Cambodia.

In a statement, Maybank said it was named the ‘Most Outstanding Company in Malaysia – Banking Sector’ for the second consecutive year under Asiamoney’s annual Asia’s outstanding companies poll.

Close to 1,000 fund managers, buy-side analysts, bankers and research analysts were polled for companies listed across 12 markets in Asia, with 175 companies recognised for their outstanding performance in their respective sectors and markets.

Maybank also received three awards under Asiamoney’s Best Bank Awards in 2022 namely Best Bank for Diversity & Inclusion in Malaysia, Best Investment Bank in Malaysia (Maybank Investment Bank) and Best International Bank in Cambodia.

The group’s win in diversity and inclusion is driven by its longstanding commitment in this area, measured by its inclusion in Bloomberg’s Gender Equality Index for the last five years and considering that Maybank is the only financial institution in Malaysia to be included in the index.

Meanwhile, Maybank Investment Bank’s (Maybank IB) second annual consecutive win was supported by key achievements in its investment management and investment banking and advisory units.

It ranked top in the Dealogic Malaysia equity capital markets league tables, with a 26% market share, completing four of

the top five local equity deals while ranking second in debt markets league tables.

Maybank Cambodia was chosen for the third consecutive year as the Best International Bank in Cambodia given its impressive growth as one of the leading foreign banks in terms of assets, customer deposits and returns, its unmatched internet banking capabilities in Cambodia and its digital strengths leveraging the parent group as well as its initiatives to improve the local market, especially in support of local small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

Group president and CEO of Maybank Datuk Khairussaleh Ramli said these awards and poll findings re-enforce Maybank’s commitment in providing solutions that support customers’ end-to-end needs while placing emphasis on quality customer service.

“We have pioneered many digital and sustainability offerings to help our customers transition into an increasingly digital and green economy over the last few years and our efforts have shown our leadership position in Malaysia as well as in the region.

“We will continue to deliver progressive solutions and offerings premised on our commitment of listening to customers’ needs at all times across the markets we serve in line with our mission of humanising financial services,” Khairussaleh said.

Article type: free
User access status:
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Maybank , Asiamoney , Khairussaleh Ramli


Next In Business News

Mohamed Ridza Mohamed Abdulla retires from BIMB Group
China's EVE Energy to build US$422.3mil cylindrical battery plant in Malaysia
Ranhill Utilities unit bags RM50mil contract from MMHE
Sime Darby Plantation to sell Klang land for RM618mil
AMMB Holdings, QL Resources join KLCI constituents
Adoption levels of CG, sustainability best practices by PLCs remain positive: SC
FBM KLCI edges up supported by buying interest
FMM warns manufacturers may face downturn in 1Q of next year
KNM cancels RM1.03bil Borsig sale
Oil dips on OPEC+ uncertainty; easing China COVID curbs limit losses

Others Also Read