Rothschild & Co named Bank for Governments of the Year

Picture frame of old painting in Rothschild & Co's office in London

Rothschild & Co has been named Bank for Governments of the Year by IFR. This is the second consecutive year we have won this award.

The judges highlighted our global scale, leading deal flow, ability to think creatively for clients and our trusted relationships with governments around the world.

Additionally, we advised on several winning transactions:

  • Public Investment Fund's US$3bn triple tranche green bond was named Emerging EMEA Bond of the Year
  • Ukraine Ministry of Finance's US$21.1bn successful debt restructuring was named Financing Package and EMEA Restructuring of the Year
  • Volkswagen's €9.4bn IPO of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG was named EMEA IPO of the Year

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Produced by Refinitiv, IFR is a weekly magazine and online publication that covers all aspects of Capital Markets. The IFR Awards have a global coverage, with the parallel Asia awards providing regional focus.

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