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By the March 15, 2006 deadline, a total of 90 entries to the FT Sustainable Banking Awards had been received from 48 institutions in 28 countries.

Bank of the Year:

ABN Amro, Netherlands

Bank Sarasin, Switzerland

Barclays, UK

BBVA, Spain

Citigroup, US

Deutsche Bank, Germany

Development Bank of Japan

Development Bank of South Africa

Dexia, France

DnB, Norway

Exim Bank, Tanzania

Findesa, Nicaragua

HSBC, UK

Investec, South Africa

Nedbank, South Africa

Rabobank, Netherlands

Shorebank, US

WestLB, Germany

Westpac, Australia

Yes Bank, India

Emerging Markets Bank of the Year:

ABN Amro Real, Brazil

ACBA Leasing, Armenia

Banca Comerciala Romana, Romania

Banco Bradesco, Brazil

Banco del Desarrollo, Chile

Banco do Brasil

Banco Interfin, Costa Rica

Banco Itau, Brazil

Bankinvest, Denmark

Charity Bank, UK

Eco Enterprises Fund, the Nature Conservancy, US

Financiera Compartamos, Mexico

HSBC, Mexico

ICICI Bank, India

Nedbank, South Africa

Planters Bank, Philippines

Priorbank, Belarus

Standard Chartered, UK

TBC Bank, Georgia

Yes Bank, India

Bankers of the Year:

ABN Amro, Netherlands

Banco do Brasil

Caixa Economica Federal, Brazil

Calyon, France

Citigroup, US

Credit Suisse

Mizuho, Japan

Nedbank, South Africa

Rabobank, Netherlands

WestLB, Germany

Yes Bank, India

Deal of the Year:

ABN Amro, Netherlands

ABN Amro Real, Brazil

ANZ, Singapore

Banco do Brasil

Bank of Kathmandu, Nepal

Caixa Economica Federal, Brazil

Calyon, France

Charity Bank, UK

Citigroup, US

Deutsche Bank, Germany

E+Co, US

Financiera Compartamos, Mexico

First MicroFinance Bank, Pakistan

HSBC, UK

Innovest, US

KfW Bank, Germany

Scotiabank, Canada

Standard Chartered, UK

WestLB, Germany

Yes Bank, India

Energy Deal of the Year:

ABN Amro Real, Brazil

ANZ, Singapore

Babcock & Brown, Australia

Banco do Brasil

Barclays, UK

Citigroup, US

Credit Suisse

HSBC, UK

Standard Chartered, UK

WestLB, Germany

Yes Bank, India

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