Banking Technology’s Judged Awards and IT Team of the Year Award recognise excellence, innovation and the use of IT in banking and financial services, and of course the people who make it happen!

The winners in each category are chosen by our expert panel of judges from across the industry.

Please read the information below carefully before applying.

Banking Technology Awards are open to banks and financial institutions worldwide – i.e. for projects, implementations, partnerships and other initiatives at/by banks and financial institutions. These Awards are not for vendors’ products, they are for projects that might involve vendors’ products. The Awards entrants, winners and highly commended are banks/FIs, not vendors. Of course, wherever applicable, vendors and their products/input will be named and commended, and vendors are very welcome to attend the Awards ceremony. 

PR agencies, consultants, vendors and other industry participants can put an entry in on behalf of a bank or financial institution but must have prior approval from them.

No off-the-record/unnamed entries will be considered (but if you apply, you will still be charged). 

Further information on the awards guidelines can be found here

You can apply for more than one category for the same project. Just tick all the categories that apply in the form below. 

A £199.00 (+20% UK VAT, where applicable) fee is applicable for each entry per category. So, if you apply for two categories, it will be £199.00 x 2, for three categories – £199.00 x 3 and so on. 

You can find out more about our Judged Awards here.

You can find out more about the IT Team of the Year Award here

The deadline to enter Banking Technology Awards has now passed. We will be announcing the shortlisted entries in early October – watch this space!

  • Tick all that apply
  • Please provide a brief description of the entry
  • Please provide an overview of the reasons for the project/product/service – e.g. rationale, why it was undertaken, what issues did aim to solve etc.
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