General Awards Information
To recognise the growing importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) and Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) in the treasury marketplace, TMI is delighted to launch the Treasury4Good Awards.
Dedicated to those corporate treasury teams, banks, and vendors truly making a difference to their organisation’s sustainable growth – and the world around them – these are the first Awards of their kind in our industry.
About the Treasury4Good Awards
Once considered ‘soft’ topics, CSR, ESG and D&I are now seen as vital strategic tools for business growth and success. What’s more, customers, suppliers, employees, andshareholders are increasingly looking for banks and corporates to generate a positive social impact, whilst improving financial performance and working towards a more sustainable business model – in every sense of the word.
Creating a diverse workplace and embracing ethical practices are also critical for organisations looking to stand out from the crowd in a market where reputation is everything.
As the gatekeepers of company cash, corporate treasury professionals, together with the providers of treasury services, have a vital role to play in supporting CSR, ESG and D&I initiatives. Together with driving bottom line improvements, global corporates and banks are now expected to be responsible role models – addressing local and international challenges by using their financial reach to improve lives, society, business, and the environment.
Banks and Vendors
Best Global Bank for CSR/ESG
Top Treasury CSR/ESG Award
Nomination Process: Banks and Vendor Awards
There are two ways to be considered for an Award in each category:
Any bank, technology vendor, consultancy or corporate treasury can nominate their own organisation for an Award in the relevant category or categories.
Third Party Nomination
Any corporate treasurer can nominate their banks, vendors or consultancies for an Award in the relevant category or categories.
Self-Nominations and Third Party nominations can be made online via the following link:https://treasury4good.com/make-a-nomination. Nominations should be no more than 1,000 words (plus brief supporting document if appropriate).
Nomination Process: Corporate Awards
The Corporate Treasury4Good Awards are open to any treasury department of a corporation or non-bank financial institution. Awards submissions should relate to a specific project or initiative that has started, or been completed, during the 12 months prior to the nomination date.
There are three ways to be considered for an Award in each corporate category:
All relevant case studies that have been published in the past 12 months in TMI are automatically considered for an Award and do not need to be resubmitted.
Any corporate treasury can nominate their own organisation for an Award in the relevant category or categories.
Third Party Nomination
Any bank, technology vendor, or consultancy can nominate a corporate client for an Award in the relevant category or categories.
Self-Nominations and Third Party nominations can be made online via the following link:https://treasury4good.com/make-a-nomination. Nominations should be no more than 1,000 words and include the following information as relevant to the project/solution:
• Brief summary of the solution/initiative and differentiating features
All nominations will be considered according to the following criteria:
• How closely the solution/project met the objective
All entries will be individually assessed by TMI’s experienced Editorial Board – with a helping hand from Robin Page, CEO, and Eleanor Hill, Editor. The judges will pick winners and highlycommended organisations for each Award category. However, the ‘Best Global Bank forCSR/ESG’ will be decided by online voting – based on a shortlist drawn up by the judges.
TMI also reserves the right not to make an Award in any category if it believes, in its sole discretion, that the quality of nominations is not of a sufficiently high standard.