Can a bank be a friend to its customers in their times of need? Thailand’s Krungthai Bank thinks so, and that is why it has stood behind all of its customers since its beginnings 50 years ago through thick and thin, including devastating natural disasters. State-owned KTB proves that banking customer service can indeed go that extra mile and still be profitable.
From a financial standpoint, Bahrain’s Eskan Bank has enjoyed a very fruitful 2015, particularly in terms of the performance of its core business—housing.
It is almost unfathomable to think that CRDB Bank has been in operation for only 20 years, especially in light of its eventful and astronomical rise to the top of the banking industry in Tanzania.
In February, it was announced by the Mauritian banking group SBM (SBM Holdings Ltd) that it aims to expand its already burgeoning presence in the East African region.
During the second quarter of 2015, in the midst of a Greek debt crisis reaching the tipping point and the spectre of negative interest rates in its domestic market of Sweden, banking leader Handelsbanken reported the best quarterly
During the first week of August, Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) announced its first-half financial results, which have strongly indicated that 2015 is set to be a vintage year for the bank.
In the aftermath of 2008’s financial crisis, the banking sector in Montenegro, in addition to those in the Balkans and wider Europe, experienced serious fundamental problems over a sustained period of time.
Simon Hughes interviews Michael Green, CEO of Svenska Handelsbanken Sweden. *** Well, today I’m with Michael Green, head of Handelsbanken…
Simon Hughes interviews Michael Green, CEO of Svenska Handelsbanken Sweden.
Simon Hughes interviews Ms. Gilda E. Pico, President & CEO at LANDBANK of the Philippines, looking at her leadership style and the bank’s continual growth in the Philippines