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Euromoney Awards for Excellence named UniCredit as Western Europe's Best Bank for Transaction Services 2021, as it has proved to be a "leading provider of vital cash management products" and solutions helping companies across Europe face constrains due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Discover more

At the "2021 Diversity in Finance Awards" by Financial Adviser magazine (part of FT Group) UniCredit was recognised with a "Diversity and Inclusion Initiative of the Year" award. The bank's outstanding disability management and barrier-free financial services were defined by the FT as "truly unique in Europe".

The Banker (FT Group) recognised UniCredit as 'Investment Bank of the Year for Private Placements' 2021. According to the magazine, UniCredit is 'clearly a leading player in this space - delivering excellent results for clients and embracing innovative approaches. Discover more

 

The Banker (FT Group) named UniCredit as Western Europe's Best Bank for Transaction Services 2021, as a testament to it being a "leading provider of vital cash management products" and solutions helping corporates in Europe to face constrains due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Discover more

 

Efma-Accenture awarded UniCredit with its Future Workforce prize 2021 for U-City, a gamification initiative enabling employees to become digital ambassadors for their customers. The Efma-Accenture Banking Innovation Awards recognises innovation in the banking industry. Discover more

 

For the sixth time in a row, the Top Employers Institute certified UniCredit amongst Top Employers in Europe for its exceptional employee offerings, also in 2022. The certification recognises leading employers based on a thorough research process and a set of required standards. Discover more

 

UniCredit confirms its leadership in Cash Management in Europe. The Bank has been named Market Leader in ten individual countries and the entire CEE region, and Best Service Provider in eight countries by Euromoney in its latest Euromoney Cash Management Survey 2022, which polled more than 21,000 corporate clients. The Bank retained top rankings in its core markets, like Germany and Italy, and gained new wins across CEE. Discover more

UniCredit won the 2022 Global Finance Innovation Award for "outstanding innovation in supply chain finance" with the Digital Working Capital app - Integrated Confirming and Dynamic Discounting Application.

Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2022 acknowledged UniCredit with five prizes including: Best Bank in Italy, Best Bank in Croatia, Best Bank for Transaction Services in Western Europe, Best Bank for Transaction Services in CEE, Best Bank for Advisory in CEEDiscover more

UniCredit ranked 1st in Italy and 2nd in its global peer group in the Corporate Knights' 2022 list of the World's Most Sustainable Corporations. Discover more

 

For the third year in a row UniCredit was awarded Best Social Impact Bank in Europe in 2022 by Capital Finance International magazine (CFI.co) as a recognition of our strong contribution towards positive social impact to support the real economy across Europe. Discover more

UniCredit was included in Bloomberg's 2022 Gender-Equality Index (GEI) for the 3rd time, with an overall GEI score being above the sector and country (Italy) benchmark. Discover more

UniCredit has been named one of "Europe's Diversity Leaders 2023" by the Financial Times in its latest independent survey conducted in collaboration with Statista, which polled more than 300,000 internal and external stakeholders rating companies on various diversity criteria, including ethnicity, LGBTQIA+**, age and disability. Our bank received this prestigious award for the second year running. Discover more>

For the 7th year in a row, UniCredit has been named one of the Top Employers in Europe 2023 and across several countries in which the bank operates, including Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, and Serbia.  Discover more