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Onclusive's "CEO Index" study analyses the media coverage of the leaders of the largest listed companies in the US and Europe. María Dolores Dancausa, CEO of Bankinter, stands out as the second female executive with the greatest media impact worldwide during the first quarter of the year.
Forbes has published its fifth annual report on the world's best banks, featuring financial institutions from 32 countries. For yet another year, Bankinter has been selected by Forbes as one of the banks to be included in this list, having been present in all its editions. In drawing up this list, more than 48,000 customers worldwide were surveyed. Banks have been rated on overall satisfaction, taking into account key aspects such as trust, customer service, fees, digital services and financial advice, as well as their willingness to recommend an entity.
Bankinter's Salary Account has been chosen as the best salary account in the 2023 Rankia Awards, which are awarded to the best financial institutions and products of the year. These awards have been granted based on the votes of Rankia users, the world's leading Spanish-speaking financial community, with more than 500,000 registered users, its purpose being to help its readers make better financial decisions. Rankia users have awarded this recognition to Bankinter's Salary Account for several years now; they also did so in the 2019 and 2020 editions of the awards.
Bankinter is leading the way in the business world in the fight against climate change, according to the Financial Times
Bankinter has again been recognised as one of the companies most committed to sustainability in the banking sector. This time, the prestigious Financial Times has selected Bankinter for inclusion in its annual list of leading European companies in the fight against climate change: Europe’s Climate Leaders 2023.
Bankinter obtained the best cost-to-income ratio of all Spanish banks in 2022, according to the official figures published by the ten leading Spanish banks, which have been collected by the consultancy firm Álvarez y Marsal (A&M) in its Spanish Banking Pulse ("El Pulso") report.
Bankinter makes Forbes' list of the world's best banks
Forbes has published its fourth annual report of the world's best banks, which features financial institutions from 32 countries. Bankinter is again one of the banks included by Forbes in this year's list, which has been compiled based on the opinions of the banks' customers and by scoring attributes, such as satisfaction, trust, fees, digital services and financial advice. The list features ten banks currently operating in Spain: 1. N26, 2. Revolut, 3. Open Bank, 4. ING, 5. Laboral Kutxa, 6. Imagin bank, 7. WiZink, 8. Evo Banco, 9. Bankinter and 10. BBVA
Bankinter has won the award for the best network of Private Banking bankers and agents in Spain at the 2023 Spanish FundsPeople Awards. These awards recognise the professional and human qualities of professionals in the private banking and asset management industry in Spain.
Bankinter Asset Management wins the Best Spanish Manager Award at the European Funds Trophy Awards
Bankinter Asset Management has once again been recognised as one of the best Spanish asset managers at the seventeenth European Funds Trophy Awards. More specifically, Bankinter Asset Management has won the best Spanish Asset Manager Award in the "100 to 200 rated funds" category. The prizes are awarded by the European investment fund analysis organisation Fundclass, which uses a risk-adjusted yield-based methodology in order to score and rank funds.
Bronze medal in the Sustainable Yearbook.
Bankinter recognised in the Sustainable Yearbook as one of the world's best banks at managing sustainability
A total of 30 Spanish companies feature in 'The Sustainability Yearbook 2023' published by S&P Global in partnership with Robeco SAM and based on the rating of the world's largest companies in SAM's annual Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA). This edition includes 708 companies from 61 sectors, chosen from among 7,800 companies.
Bankinter has climbed 24 positions in the world ranking of banking brands and is the Spanish bank that has increased its brand value the most in the last year. This is revealed by the Brand Finance Banking 500 2023 report, which highlights the 500 banks with the highest brand value in the world and their performance in recent months. Bankinter improved its brand value by 46%, enabling it to climb to number 213 in the world ranking. This makes it the Spanish bank to climb furthest in the last year. This percentage increase in Bankinter's brand value is more than double the average growth of all Spanish banks, whose total value grew by 17.4%, to 30.5 billion euros.
Bankinter has received this certificate from the prestigious Top Employers Institute for 16 consecutive years. It has been awarded to 118 companies in Spain after undergoing a rigorous process which assesses and audits good human resources practices in 20 different areas including digitalisation, work environment, leadership, talent acquisition, learning, well-being, sustainability and diversity and inclusion. Bankinter is in 11th position, three places higher than in the prior edition.
Members of the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index 2023
Bankinter joins for the first time this index, which measures gender equality through five pillars: leadership and talent development, pay equity and parity, inclusive culture, sexual harassment policies and brand image.
23 Spanish companies form part of this year's index, out of a total of 484 companies located in 45 countries and regions, with Bankinter listed in 172nd place.