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DBS Bank India recognised as 'India's Best International Bank 2021' by Asiamoney

April 07, 2021 23:30 IST | ANI Press Release
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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], April 7 (ANI/PR Newswire): DBS Bank India announced that it has been named 'India's Best International Bank' by Asiamoney, a financial publication of Euromoney Institutional Investor Group, which is a leading authority in the banking and financial markets globally.

The Asiamoney 'Best Bank Awards' aims to identify banks that have excelled across a range of core banking activities over the past 12 months. DBS was selected 'India's Best International Bank' based on its operations in the country, the strength of services such as cash management, trade finance and foreign exchange; its capital markets business and M & A/advisory mandates and the cross-border business facilitated.

"DBS Bank's long-term commitment to India - one of its six core markets, including its home base in Singapore - has not wavered since it first set up shop in the country in 1994. On the contrary, it has only strengthened in recent years," said Asiamoney in its official announcement.

DBS Bank has been present in India for 26 years and has grown consistently by strengthening its small and medium-sized enterprise business and consumer lending operations to build scale and become a full-service bank. Further, it has showcased a long-term commitment to India with the establishment of its local wholly-owned subsidiary, DBS Bank India Limited (DBIL) and the recent acquisition of Lakshmi Vilas Bank. The amalgamation of Lakshmi Vilas Bank with DBIL in November 2020 bolstered the bank's physical presence in the country. DBS now has a network of nearly 600 branches across 19 states in India.

The bank has demonstrated strong business fundamentals and growth for its India franchise. For the financial year ending March 31, 2020, net revenues grew 24 per cent year-on-year to INR 14.4 billion, while net profits jumped six times to INR 1 billion. Deposits rose 5 per cent and net advances by 6 per cent.

DBS has been on an ongoing journey to shape the future of banking and offers end-to-end digitised solutions to seamlessly interweave banking into a customer's everyday life by making it a part of their ecosystem. It introduced digibank, India's first, mobile-only bank in 2016 and has acquired ~1 million savings accounts since its launch. The bank has designed solutions to cater to customers across their banking lifecycle, making banking simpler for time-strapped business owners.

DBS was named 'Safest Bank in Asia' for the 12th consecutive year by New York-based trade publication Global Finance. The bank was also Global Finance's pick for 'Best Bank in the World' in 2020, making it the third consecutive global Best Bank accolade received by DBS. Last year, DBS Bank was recognised as 'World's Best Bank' in India by Forbes. It was also named 'World's Best Bank' by leading financial publication Euromoney in 2019.

Throughout the year, Asiamoney conducts in-depth reports and banking awards in up to six markets across Asia-Pacific. The deliberation and evaluation of award submissions are done by a team of senior journalists, chaired by Euromoney's editor, in conjunction with research by the publication's editorial committee. Asiamoney's senior Editors also conduct interviews with leading bankers and gather feedback to gauge the banking environment.

Link to the official announcement by Asiamoney:

(https://www.asiamoney.com/article/27y4zuo1kzz9nidyxbg8w/awards/best-bank-awards/best-bank-awards-2021-india)

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DBS Bank India recognised as 'India's Best International Bank 2021' by Asiamoney

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], April 7 (ANI/PR Newswire): DBS Bank India announced that it has been named 'India's Best International Bank' by Asiamoney, a financial publication of Euromoney Institutional Investor Group, which is a leading authority in the banking and financial markets globally.

The Asiamoney 'Best Bank Awards' aims to identify banks that have excelled across a range of core banking activities over the past 12 months. DBS was selected 'India's Best International Bank' based on its operations in the country, the strength of services such as cash management, trade finance and foreign exchange; its capital markets business and M & A/advisory mandates and the cross-border business facilitated.

"DBS Bank's long-term commitment to India - one of its six core markets, including its home base in Singapore - has not wavered since it first set up shop in the country in 1994. On the contrary, it has only strengthened in recent years," said Asiamoney in its official announcement.

DBS Bank has been present in India for 26 years and has grown consistently by strengthening its small and medium-sized enterprise business and consumer lending operations to build scale and become a full-service bank. Further, it has showcased a long-term commitment to India with the establishment of its local wholly-owned subsidiary, DBS Bank India Limited (DBIL) and the recent acquisition of Lakshmi Vilas Bank. The amalgamation of Lakshmi Vilas Bank with DBIL in November 2020 bolstered the bank's physical presence in the country. DBS now has a network of nearly 600 branches across 19 states in India.

The bank has demonstrated strong business fundamentals and growth for its India franchise. For the financial year ending March 31, 2020, net revenues grew 24 per cent year-on-year to INR 14.4 billion, while net profits jumped six times to INR 1 billion. Deposits rose 5 per cent and net advances by 6 per cent.

DBS has been on an ongoing journey to shape the future of banking and offers end-to-end digitised solutions to seamlessly interweave banking into a customer's everyday life by making it a part of their ecosystem. It introduced digibank, India's first, mobile-only bank in 2016 and has acquired ~1 million savings accounts since its launch. The bank has designed solutions to cater to customers across their banking lifecycle, making banking simpler for time-strapped business owners.

DBS was named 'Safest Bank in Asia' for the 12th consecutive year by New York-based trade publication Global Finance. The bank was also Global Finance's pick for 'Best Bank in the World' in 2020, making it the third consecutive global Best Bank accolade received by DBS. Last year, DBS Bank was recognised as 'World's Best Bank' in India by Forbes. It was also named 'World's Best Bank' by leading financial publication Euromoney in 2019.

Throughout the year, Asiamoney conducts in-depth reports and banking awards in up to six markets across Asia-Pacific. The deliberation and evaluation of award submissions are done by a team of senior journalists, chaired by Euromoney's editor, in conjunction with research by the publication's editorial committee. Asiamoney's senior Editors also conduct interviews with leading bankers and gather feedback to gauge the banking environment.

Link to the official announcement by Asiamoney:

(https://www.asiamoney.com/article/27y4zuo1kzz9nidyxbg8w/awards/best-bank-awards/best-bank-awards-2021-india)

This story is provided by PR Newswire. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/PR Newswire)

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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