JPMorgan leads second annual Americas SRP awards
The winners of the StructuredRetailProducts.com (SRP) second annual Americas manufacturers' awards have been crowned!
The award winners were announced on 12 June at the gala awards dinner held at the Westin Copley Hotel in Boston as part of the North American Structured Products Conference.
SRP's MD Jan Scibor-Kaminski hosted the event and presented the awards along with the firm's head of the Americas, Joe Burris.
"These awards will serve as a benchmark over the coming year," said Scibor-Kaminski. "We are working to have an awards programme that is clear, transparent and based upon objective factors."
JPMorgan was the runaway star of the evening, winning 11 separate awards including the prestigious top honour as Best House in the Americas which includes the US, Canada and Latin America. The New York City-based bank won awards for Best Sales in the Americas, Best Overall Client Services in the Americas, Best Pricing in the Americas and more.
Among the investment banks also recognised in multiple categories were Citi, which won five awards including Best House for Currency Products in the Americas and Best House in Latin America; Goldman Sachs won three awards including Best House for Interest Rate Products and Best Product Performance in the Americas; Desjardins won a trio of awards including Best House for Hybrid Products; and HSBC won two awards as did Bank of Montreal. Also of note was National Bank of Canada which won the award for the Best Performance in Canada - Notes.
The Manufacturing Awards recognise those investment banks across the Americas for their structuring prowess within equities, commodities, hybrids, interest rate and currency asset classes. Awards were also awarded for best sales and best third-party distribution.
A photo gallery of the winners receiving their awards will be available shortly.