Inaugural Central Banking Awards deadline extended

Central banks and market practitioners have one more week to submit their work for consideration in the Central Banking Awards 2013

The deadline for submissions for the inaugural Central Banking Awards has been extended to Monday, September 23 - allowing central banks and other market participants one more week to submit their achievements over the past year for industry recognition.

The inaugural awards programme will recognise outstanding performance in central banking by central bankers and market practitioners. The awards winners will be announced in the November issue of the Central Banking Journal and presented at an award ceremony in London on November 21.

"We have created the Central Banking Awards to recognise excellence in the practice of central banking at what is a challenging time for the profession," said Chris Jeffery, editor of the Central Banking Journal. "The Awards will acknowledge and report some of the important work that central bankers are doing for their economies and societies, much of which goes unrecognised at present."

The central banking awards categories are:

- Central bank of the year
- Governor of the year
- Central banking lifetime achievement award
- Reserve manager of the year
- Transparency award
- Central bank website of the year

The market practitioner awards categories are:

- Best broker/dealer, Fixed income
- Best broker/dealer, Market and deal access
- Best asset manager, Reserve currencies
- Best asset manager, New currencies
- Best asset manager, Non-sovereign fixed income
- Best asset manager, Diversification strategies
- Best custodian, Global
- Best technology provider, Payments and clearing
- Best technology provider, Risk management
- Best advisory, Global

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