Safety Bank chief economist Robert Dan Roces rated fourth for study, while unit head of institutional desk Angeline Sia-Uy and division head of wholesale treasury Carlyn Therese Dulay earned second and third position respectively for earnings. Rental management officer Rainier Rubio was highly praised for trading.
“It is truly an honor to be recognized for servicing our clients as best we can for the 12th consecutive year. It inspires our team even more to continue to keep the Security Bank promise of better banking to our customers with every transaction,” stated Carlyn Therese Dulay, first vice president and head of wholesale sales of Safety Bank.
The Asian Local Currency Bond Benchmark inspection is conducted yearly, surveying more than 300 institutional licensed investors that are active in 10 Asian currency bond markets such as China (onshore and offshore), Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.
In specifying the ranks, investors were asked to nominate people by purpose. The best individuals were subsequently instated dependent in their best weighted score in accordance with their job function and geographical location. For this year , over 600 sell-side people active in Asian local currency bond markets were nominated but just greater than 200 procured a position.
Talking on behalf of fellow awardees, Roces said: “We are grateful to The Asset for recognizing Security Bank as a key performer in the industry through these rankings. For us, these reflect our clients’ trust and loyalty. We will continue to deliver quality research in economics and provide expertise in sales and trading in line with our BetterBanking promise.”
Safety Bank isn’t a new entrant from the ABR ranks. The bank’s unrivalled financial solutions to its shareholders are praised by The Asset for many decades. The Asset is a financial journal in Asia which offers C-level analysis and insight.
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