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Nominations open next month for our 16th MTN Awards!
Which Deals, Dealers, Issuers, Investors and Rising Stars deserve recognition?
Send your nominations in Word, PDF, Powerpoint or email format. Term sheets, data submissions and other supporting material, while not essential, are welcome.
NOMINATIONS OPEN: 22nd October 2018
PITCH DEADLINE: 7th December 2018
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Should you have any questions or require any clarification about the awards process please call us on +44 20 7437 1331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another memorable night!
mtn-i’s Annual MTN Awards reached their 15th anniversary last week with another record turnout and over GBP7,000 raised for children’s charities – all hosted by the voice of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars!
The World Bank, Aroundtown, Banco Santander, Hitachi Capital, the IFC, KfW, KION Group, MOL, Qatar National Bank, Rentenbank, SEK and Tideway were among the illustrious list of borrowers recognised, while M&G Investments led the buyside presence. Over 50 institutions were represented at the event.
Alan Dedicoat of BBC Radio, Dancing with the Stars and the UK National Lottery announced the winners, while Liv Austen serenaded the nearly 190 attendees!
Click here… to see all the evening’s images!
Dealers, Issuers and Investors of the Year!
This year’s recognitions continued to range across private debt markets, embracing Euro PPs, Schuldscheine and Green Bonds as well as traditional MTN and structured notes.
Citi and HSBC were MTN and Private Placement Houses of the Year, respectively, while SEK scooped Issuer of the Year.
JP Morgan won Emerging Markets & Rate Swap Dealer of the Year, while Societe Generale was Corporate Dealer of the Year.
Our Editor’s Award honoured Credit Agricole for its leadership in green/SRI debt. Our new Market Future awards recognised BNP Paribas, Citi, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan for the Spire debt repackaging platform, and LBBW and Daimler for their primary market blockchain initiative.
Our Rising Stars, Deals of the Year, Investor Solutions and Power Performer (new this year!) categories spotlighted yet more entrepreneurial dealership, innovative structuring, investor discovery and intrepid issuing in MTN and private placement markets.
Click here… to see all our award-winners!
Over GBP7,000 for CATS and Free to Be Kids!
The generous donation of auction items and bidders on the night raised over GBP7,000 for two children’s charities.
CATs, the charity founded by ex-Dresdner MTN trader Daniel Lewi (now mtn-i’s business development manager), supports families and children affected by Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff disease.
We were also honoured to be joined by Free To be Kids co-founder Rachel Nichols. Free to be Kids provides residential therapeutic adventures and activities for vulnerable children.
As a start-up ourselves (though now over 15 years old) mtn-i is proud to be supporting innovative charity start-ups and give them long-term support.
Since our award dinners started we’ve raised over £100,000 for vulnerable and sick children.
mtn-iTV – coming soon!
We’re looking forward to launching mtn-iTV starting with our Award Winner Interviews!
Watch out for interviews with Credit Suisse, Hitachi Capital, IFC, Nomura, Credit Agricole, Aroundtown, ABN Amro and other leading institutions coming soon!
Amazing and unique items up for auction all in aid of:
Donated by Barclays, we have: 2 tickets to see Crystal Palace play Liverpool on Saturday 31st March
Skilled volunteers work with disadvantaged children & young people across London to rebuild self-esteem, boost resilience and to help explore challenging emotions and ways of managing via one to one mentoring, after school groups and therapeutic adventures & residentials.
Click here to find out more about Free to Be.
Cure & Action for Tay-Sachs Foundation is dedicated to providing awareness of Tay Sachs and Sandhoff diseases and supporting the families affected.
In 2016, CATS Foundation are launching their ‘Race for the Cure’ campaign, as they begin clinical trials for a possible cure. The charity provides a support network, respite trips and vital equipment so that a sufferer’s quality of life is as high as possible. The CATS Foundation also provides funding to the research team who are investigating a potential treatment for both Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff disease.
Click here to find out more about CATS.