Voting has opened for this year's Credit Awards, for excellence in the corporate bond markets
Which bank will win Best Credit House?
Who will be best for Sterling Bonds? Euro Bonds?
Which are the outstanding vendors in the credit space?
YOU decide the answers to these questions.
Voting has now opened for the Credit Awards 2011. Once all the votes have been counted, the awards will be presented to the lucky winners at a ceremony in central London, in July.
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VOTE; the voting process should take no more than a few minutes to complete. Every voter will receive a FREE copy of the July issue of Credit magazine, containing full coverage of the awards winners, and runners-up.
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