(Worthy?) Social Media Winners of Global Finance’s Best Online Banking Awards 2012

| September 7, 2012 | 4 Comments

Earlier this week, Global Finance announced the winners of their best internet banks awards 2012.  So, how worthy are the winners in the social media banking category?

Global Finance Best Internet Banks Awards 2012 Social Media Banking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please find below the regional subcategory winners (consumer banking) as listed in Global Finance’s Best Internet Banks Awards 2012 (September Edition).

Social Media Banking
North America: Wells Fargo
Europe: Activo Bank
APAC: CIMB Bank
LATAM: Bancolombia
CEE: OTP Bank
Middle East / Africa: Bank Leumi

Congratulations to all the winners, and in particular the CIMB Bank Team!

Mobile Banking
North America: Royal Bank of Canada
Europe: Piraeus Bank
APAC: HSBC
LATAM: Bancolombia
CEE: OTP Bank
Middle East / Africa: Bank Hapoalim

Congratulations to all the winners, and in particular the Standard Chartered Breeze Team!

Knowing how busy bankers are and how focus they are on both BAU and their top projects, I am always intrigued with the selection process, nominations and judging for those ‘global contests’ sponsored by vendors.

So, are the winners of social media banking category worthy of the Global Finance Award?  I invite you to watch my short video where I share my views about that.

So, in your opinion, how accurate are those awards?  Any major misses in your category? Did you even enter the contest?

Join the conversation here or on our facebook page.

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Category: Social Media, WEB TV

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Christophe is an experienced presenter, a published author, and a trusted advisor on the topics of social media and digital innovations. Since 2007, Christophe has contributed to over 140 events in 18 countries.

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  1. Hi Christophe – good video. Real shame that Global Finance don’t share any of their methodology or go into more detail about why certain banks won. Really devalues what would otherwise be great information/research and leaves you wondering how many of the winners also happen to be Infosys clients (Infosys were the judges)

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