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Eximbank receives international banking award

US-based Bank of New York Mellon on July 9 granted Eximbank the Straight Through Processing Award (STP Award).

The award was presented to Nguyen Ho Hoang Vu, Eximbank’s deputy CEO cum CFO, by BNY Mellon’s senior management team, including Arnon Goldstein, MD, regional head, relationship management–APACMs, and Sharon Quek, VP, regional manager, relationship management.

The annual STP Award is given by international banks to correspondent banks who have Nostro accounts with them for international ‘straight-through-processing’ (STP) electronic payment services.

This is the eighth consecutive year Eximbank is granted this award, not only by BNY Mellon for its high rate of “straight through processing” messages that are recognised at 97 per cent during 2015-2017, but also from other international banking giants like HSBC and JP Morgan Chase at 99 per cent and 98 per cent, respectively.

“This award is a sound example of BNY Mellon’s recognition of Eximbank’s operational performance, professionalism, service excellence, and expertise,” said the senior management executive of Eximbank.

For a long time, Eximbank has been known for its quality international settlement services and this award represents strong support and partnership from the correspondent banks to Eximbank.

Looking at the mutual achievements gained over the last 20 years, the two banks believe that their partnership shall be strengthened, thus bringing about more benefits for customers.STP—Straight Through Processing—is a banking term that describes the operational excellence of a bank in originating and processing electronic payment messages to its correspondent banks and then the beneficiaries in an end-to-end automated electronic payment process.

Eximbank, with more than 29 years in operation, now seen as one of the fastest developing financial institutions which is offering prestigious and quality products and services based on its cutting-edge technology platforms.

The bank is continuously enhancing its competitive capabilities in efforts to head for strategic sustainable development targets that embrace innovation inside as the core to create more values for its corporate and individual customers, thus realising its future expectations.

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Eximbank receives international banking award

US-based Bank of New York Mellon on July 9 granted Eximbank the Straight Through Processing Award (STP Award).

The award was presented to Nguyen Ho Hoang Vu, Eximbank’s deputy CEO cum CFO, by BNY Mellon’s senior management team, including Arnon Goldstein, MD, regional head, relationship management–APACMs, and Sharon Quek, VP, regional manager, relationship management.

The annual STP Award is given by international banks to correspondent banks who have Nostro accounts with them for international ‘straight-through-processing’ (STP) electronic payment services.

This is the eighth consecutive year Eximbank is granted this award, not only by BNY Mellon for its high rate of “straight through processing” messages that are recognised at 97 per cent during 2015-2017, but also from other international banking giants like HSBC and JP Morgan Chase at 99 per cent and 98 per cent, respectively.

“This award is a sound example of BNY Mellon’s recognition of Eximbank’s operational performance, professionalism, service excellence, and expertise,” said the senior management executive of Eximbank.

For a long time, Eximbank has been known for its quality international settlement services and this award represents strong support and partnership from the correspondent banks to Eximbank.

Looking at the mutual achievements gained over the last 20 years, the two banks believe that their partnership shall be strengthened, thus bringing about more benefits for customers.STP—Straight Through Processing—is a banking term that describes the operational excellence of a bank in originating and processing electronic payment messages to its correspondent banks and then the beneficiaries in an end-to-end automated electronic payment process.

Eximbank, with more than 29 years in operation, now seen as one of the fastest developing financial institutions which is offering prestigious and quality products and services based on its cutting-edge technology platforms.

The bank is continuously enhancing its competitive capabilities in efforts to head for strategic sustainable development targets that embrace innovation inside as the core to create more values for its corporate and individual customers, thus realising its future expectations.

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