Global Finance Selected UniCredit Bulbank as the Best Bank in Bulgaria in 2021

The international financial magazine Global Finance announced that UniCredit Bulbank has been selected as the Best Bank in Bulgaria in 2021 at the 28th annual best banks award ceremony.

“Banks are playing a key role in economic recovery around the world. Our Best Bank awards highlight the leaders in restoring growth and mapping a way forward,” said Joseph D. Giarraputo, publisher and editorial director of Global Finance. “This year’s evaluations are more important and valuable than at any point in their 28 year history, given the unprecedented economic conditions wrought by the global pandemic.”

“The Global Finance Award comes in recognition that tireless efforts of all UniCredit Bulbank colleagues are worthwhile and in the right direction. During this challenging year, we remained open to business and continued to support customers through various mechanisms and individual solutions. For us to be a trusted financial partner for our clients, which adds value and serves with care has become a top priority. We continue to implement innovations that help improve our internal processes and the quality of customer service. By awarding the Best Bank in Bulgaria award for the fifth consecutive year, the expert Global Finance jury confirms that UniCredit Bulbank is a stable and sustainable partner for its customers. The award obliges us to keep improving and to be better every day than the previous one“, said Teodora Petkova, CEO and Chairman of UniCredit Bulbank.

The winners of this year’s awards are those banks that attended carefully to their customers’ needs in difficult markets and accomplished strong results while laying the foundations for future success.

The editors of Global Finance selected the best banks in the world through extensive consultations with corporate financial executives, bankers and banking consultants and analysts throughout the world.

The objective criteria that are considered in the selection of the best banks are: growth in assets, profitability, geographical reach, strategic relationships, new business development and innovation in offered products. The final choice was also influenced by the opinions of analysts of capital markets, credit ratings, assessments by banking consultants and other participants involved in the banking industry.