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Awards and recognitions

María Dolores Dancausa, best Ibex 35 Director according to Forbes
30 December 2013. In drawing up the list, Forbes, together with its advisers Deloitte, the IE Business School and Ernst & Young, took account of criteria such as value creation for shareholders, the ability to raise funds in the markets, business diversification policies, human resources strategies and debt reduction.
Bankinter, Crea Medioambiente Award
2 December 2013. The Crea Medioambiente ("Create Environment") Institute, a partner of the Las Rozas Town Hall, in the Life Project 'Las Rozas for Climate', promotes the granting of these seals of quality after checking and certifying the best practices of companies in policies of mobility, energy efficiency, responsible consumption of water and recycling in their businesses.
Bankinter Foundation for Innovation, Ciudadanos Award
30 November 2013. The Bankinter Foundation for Innovation was recognised in the XIII edition of the Premios Ciudadanos ("Citizens Awards") as a ground-breaking model of contribution to society, devoting its efforts to promoting innovation and entrepreneurship as drivers of sustainable wealth creation.
Coinc, Financial World Innovation Award
28 November 2013. COINC, Bankinter's online savings website, was named the most innovative banking product of 2013 by the Financial World Innovation Awards, granted by the prestigious London business school ifs.
Best business strategy game award
27 November 2013. The Bonds Training programme received one of the "Fun & Serious Game" awards in the category "Best business strategy game". This online game aims to introduce a complex financial product - fixed income - in a fun and playful way.
María Dolores Dancausa, among Spain's Top 100 Women Leaders
21 October 2013. The CEO of Bankinter was selected by "Mujeres & Cía" ("Women & Co"), an informative reference website for businesswomen, managers and entrepreneurs in all fields, as one of Spain's Top 100 Women Leaders in 2013, from among more than 500 candidates.
One more year in the FTSE4Good index
19 July 2013. Bankinter was once again included in this prestigious index created by the London Stock Exchange. This index recognises the Bank's compliance with a number of strict economic, environmental and social criteria.
Dintel Foundation Best Banking Project Award 2013
26 June 2013. Bankinter is the first Spanish bank to offer the possibility of using portable tablets to sign contracts. With the Biometric Signature, contractual signatures will be taken via a fixed or mobile tablet instead of on paper, as has been the case until now.
This initiative has been recognised as a major leap in innovation, enhancing security, increasing efficiency and saving costs.
María Dolores Dancausa, Áster Award
14 June 2013. The CEO of Bankinter received one of the Áster awards that are granted annually at national level by the ESIC Business & Marketing School, for her outstanding professional career. These awards are granted in recognition of merit shown by people and entities in their professional activity, with the intention of promoting integration between academic training and business life.
Ecofin "Titans of Finance" Award
10 June 2013. Maria Dolores Dancausa is the first woman to receive the "Financier of the Year" award, for 2013. She was chosen unanimously in recognition of her track record as head of LDA and Bankinter, a solvent institution which in the past few years of crisis has presented financial ratios well above the average for the sector, while at the same time growing through corporate transactions.
Recognition was also given to her leadership, based on increased emphasis on team management, motivation and innovation.
CIT Golden Card Award 2013
20 February 2013. GRITA as a word means "shout" in Spanish, but is an acronym of "Gestión del RIesgo de Tarjetas" - Card Risk Management. GRITA is a GNEIS product designed to provide fraud analysts with a flexible detection and prevention system that takes account of recent history to calculate risk, that models customers and that allows parameterisation at will according to different criteria.
Best science and technology think tank in Spain
29 January 2013. For the second year in a row, the Bankinter Foundation for Innovation was recognised in the world ranking of think tanks specialising in science and technology produced annually by the University of Pennsylvania's ?Think Tanks and Civil Society Program?.
The Bankinter Foundation for Innovation was ranked 25th, and is the only Spanish name in the list. The Foundation's think tank is the Future Trends Forum, which is composed of an exclusive group of more than 300 experts, opinion leaders from all five continents, the main objective of which is to anticipate the immediate future, detecting social, economic, scientific and technological trends and analysing their possible scenarios and impacts on current business models.
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