Corporation Bank wins “Best Manpower Efficiency Award” instituted by FICCI-IBA at FIBAC Banking Awards 2011

MUMBAI: Corporation Bank has bagged the Best Manpower Efficiency Award in Public Sector Bank Category, instituted by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) at FIBAC Banking Awards 2011. The Award was presented by Shri Prithviraj Chavan,  Chief Minister of Maharashtra at an Award function held on the occasion of FICCI – IBA Conference held at Hotel Trident, Mumbai on Thursday, 25th August 2011. The Award was received on behalf of the Bank by Shri Ramnath Pradeep, Chairman & Managing Director of the Bank.

The Bank has been consistently receiving awards from organizations of repute like IBA, IDRBT, SKOCH etc. on various facets of implementation of technology, financial inclusion, customer relationship management etc., over the last many years. The Bank has recently bagged the following Awards – ‘Best PSU Bank of the Year Award by Bloomberg – UTV Financial Leadership Awards 2011’, ‘Best Public Sector Bank by Financial Express – India’s Best Banks Survey 2010’, ‘India’s Most Customer Friendly Bank by Outlook Money – TNS’, ‘Financial Inclusion Programme Citation by the Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific (ADFIAP), Banking Technology Awards 2010 by Indian Banks’ Association for three Categories and SKOCH Financial Inclusion Award 2011 by SKOCH Financial Services Pvt Ltd.



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