Pristina, Kosovo 1 December, 2021 – BKT Kosova has accomplished yet another milestone. It was named “The Bank of the Year 2021 in Kosovo” for the second consecutive year by the prestigious financial magazine “The Banker” part of the ‘Financial Times’ group.
The event of awards’ distribution from The Banker, took place via virtual awards ceremony on December 1st, 2021.
This award comes in the wake of several awards and recognitions received in recent times, reflecting our excellent performance, growing strength and influence on the financial landscape throughout Kosovo.
Commenting on the award, Mr. Suat Bakkal, Chief Executive Officer of BKT Kosova, says, “BKT Kosova is honored to receive “The Bank of the Year in Kosovo” award for the second consecutive year. “This award is a symbol of all the efforts, motivation and hard work done by my colleagues of all levels in our organization. It’s great to see teamwork and collaboration across the bank with our employees focused to provide customers with exceptional services and innovative easy-to-use products”
He further added “BKT Kosova is always keen to make every effort to develop pioneering banking solutions that meet the expectations of our valued customers by building an integrated digital environment that provides them with a unique banking experience.”
The Bank pursued the strategy of supporting Kosovo’s economy, with acceleration of full variety of digital banking solutions, both for businesses and individuals. BKT Kosova has been a pioneer in implementing numerous products and services in Kosovo market, including: Digital Account Opening, Digital Lending, Lending through third parties, Smart Invest platform and QR Payment technology. All these efforts are aligned to be close to customers in every mode they choose, be it physically or digitally, offering all sorts of banking services and solutions.
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