Maybank named best bank in Asia Pacific and Singapore

Maybank London general manager Hamdi Abdullah accepted the award at The Banker’s Bank of The Year awards ceremony in London on behalf of Maybank.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) won top awards at The Banker’s Bank of the Year Award 2023, securing two prestigious awards as Bank of the Year in Asia Pacific and Singapore respectively.

Group president and chief executive officer, Datuk Khairussaleh Ramli said that these accolades served as a testament to the bank’s unwavering dedication to delivering exceptional customer experience and pioneering initiatives within the financial industry.

“As we continue to witness global economic uncertainties, Maybank remains highly committed to excellence, innovation, and customer-centric banking solutions. This will be driven by our relentless deepening of M25+ strategy execution via the five strategic thrusts of intensifying customer centricity, accelerating digitalisation and technological modernisation, strengthening Maybank’s business presence across the region, driving our leadership position in the sustainability agenda and claiming our global leadership in Islamic Banking.”

Previously, Maybank was named Bank of the Year for Malaysia in 2018, 2020 and 2022 while Maybank Islamic was crowned Global Islamic Bank of the Year for three consecutive years between 2020 and 2022.

The Banker’s “Bank of the Year” awards are widely considered as the gold standard in the world of finance, and it recognises financial institutions for delivering returns, gaining strategic advantages and effectively serving their markets.

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