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BANK WINDHOEK SCOOPS SIX PMR AWARDS

Tue, 17 February 2015 17:09
by online writer
Business

Executive Officer of the Group Marketing and Corporate Communication Services at Bank Windhoek Marlize Horn said Bank Windhoek was recognised today with six PMR Awards at this year’s PMR.

She added that these awards were at the Africa Magazine’s Namibia Leaders and Achievers Awards, at a breakfast ceremony held at the Windhoek Country Club. The awards received by Bank Windhoek include one Golden Arrow Award, two Silver Arrow Awards and three Bronze Arrow Awards. Bank Windhoek received the following awards: Business Sector: Banks – Business Banking (Golden Arrow Award), Business Sector: Banks – Personal Banking (Silver Arrow Award), Business Category: Companies/Institutions doing business in an ethical way (Silver Arrow Award), Business Category - Investment Services in Namibia (Bronze Arrow Award), Business Category: Companies/Institutions held in esteem as good corporate citizens in Namibia (Bronze Arrow Award), and Business Category: Companies/institutions doing most to promote arts and culture in Namibia (Bronze Arrow Award).

PMR. Horn added that Africa rated the companies and institutions against the following criteria: Companies/institutions that have done most to enhance economic growth and development of the country, Levels of managerial expertise, Implementation of corporate governance, Brand awareness, and Levels of innovation. The PMR award ratings are based on survey conducted amongst a random sample of 180 respondents comprising of CEO’s, MD’s, business owners, company directors and managers and senior government officials based in Namibia.

“Bank Windhoek is honoured to be recognised by our stakeholders as one of the leading banks in Namibia and for our contribution to the communities through our social investment programmes and arts initiatives. Bank Windhoek dedicates the six PMR. Africa awards to our staff for their continued dedication, hard work and commitment, as well as to our clients for their support, loyalty and trust in us. Bank Windhoek remains committed to strive for excellence and to make banking a rewarding experience”, said Horn.