The only Asia-based publication which covers derivatives and risk management is taking submissions for its 14th annual awards
Asia Risk magazine has had a tradition of rewarding institutions for excellence in risk management since 2000. This year is no different, and we invite you to challenge for awards across 37 categories in the 14th Asia Risk Awards.
Asia Risk is the only publication focusing on derivatives and risk management with a dedicated team of journalists on the ground in the region.
Reflecting the changing market dynamic, this year's awards have been expanded to include categories rewarding best practice in areas such as collateral management and central clearing.
The Asean region is one of the most dynamic in global markets and last year Asia Risk recognised the importance of the area by expanding the scope of its country-specific house of the year awards to include Indonesia and Vietnam. This year we are growing the scope further with the inclusion of the Philippines.
Of course, the awards still include traditional categories recognising market leaders in areas such as structured products and energy/commodities as well as the overall house of the year.
Judged by Asia Risk's Hong Kong-based editorial team and backed up by extensive due diligence with candidates' clients, the Asia Risk awards represent the pinnacle of success for firms based in the region. Last year's winners drew widespread press coverage across the region following their success.
The closing date for entries is July 19 – if you have any questions please get in touch with the editor, Aaron Woolner ([email protected]).
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