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Entry into the 2015 Banking Technology Awards will open in May
The 16th annual Banking Technology Awards will take place on 11th November at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London. The incredibly successful Awards have become established as the premier event recognising excellence in the use of IT in financial services.
The Readers' Choice Awards and the Banking Technology Judged Awards will be handed out at a glitzy black tie ceremony and dinner hosted by a top comedian.
The 2014 Banking Technology Awards was a huge success welcoming over 250 senior representatives from 100 leading companies in the global financial services IT industry.
Each year the event has grown as an ever-wider pool of entrants vie for the recognition that the Awards confer on their efforts – from small regional banks in central Europe and Africa to industry behemoths with multi-million budgets and global projects, all are put under the scrutiny of our expert judging panel.
Banking Technology Awards 2014 - the winners
At a gala event in London last night, industry luminaries gathered for an evening of entertainment and excitement as the winners of the 2014 Banking Technology Awards and Readers’ Choice Awards were announced.
This year’s winners came from far and wide – a winning entry from ANZ was based in Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands, which unfortunately meant that they could not attend to collect their award in person. Other winners came from Africa, Brazil, Lebanon and the Turkish banks had a particularly strong showing.
Effervescent comedienne Lucy Porter literary literally had the whole audience on their feet as she led a round of games to raise money for London’s Air Ambulance before entertaining them with her own hilarious brand of stand-up comedy and presenting the awards with Banking Technology editor David Bannister.