Barclays named best investment bank
Dubai, July 13, 2011
Barclays Capital has been named the best investment bank in the Mena region by Banker Middle East, one of the leading magazines dedicated to the regional financial services sector.
Barclays Capital received this prestigious accolade at the annual Banker Middle East Investment Awards, recently held in Dubai.
John Vitalo, chief executive officer, Barclays, Mena, said: “Our universal banking model continues to serve our clients effectively across the MENA region, providing them with integrated solutions for their evolving financial requirements and objectives. We look forward to continued success over the coming period.”
Makram Azar, head of investment banking, Mena, and senior relationship banker, EMEA, at Barclays Capital, added: “This award attests to our continued momentum and our success in delivering comprehensive and innovative world-class solutions to our clients.”
The Banker Middle East Investment Awards, which are open to financial services firms across the Mena region, are based on a peer voting process and are designed to reward distinction in the industry throughout the Mena region. – TradeArabia News Service
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