Call for submissions: SCI ESG Securitisation Awards 2023

Nominations period is now open

The submissions period has opened for the 2023 SCI ESG Securitisation Awards, covering the European cash securitisation market. The aim of the awards is to recognise excellence in, and help bring mainstream attention to, sustainable securitisation.

Nominations for the awards should be received by 15 February. Winners will be announced at the London SCI ESG Securitisation Seminar on 25 April.

The qualifying period is the 12 months to 31 December 2022.

The awards categories are: 

  1. ESG Securitisation of the Year
  2. ESG Innovation of the Year
  3. ESG CLO Manager of the Year
  4. ESG Investor of the Year
  5. ESG Issuer of the Year
  6. ESG Advisor/Arranger of the Year
  7. ESG Law Firm of the Year
  8. ESG Service Provider of the Year

To aid in the judging process, brief written pitches along with supporting data are invited from those wishing to be considered for a given category. All written pitches should be submitted by 15 February and will be treated as strictly confidential.

Pitches should be limited to five pages and summarise achievements during the awards year, as well as any strengths or successes that support the submission:

  1. How has your institution progressed over the course of the year?
  2. What strategic goals have been met and how have they been achieved?
  3. In which ways has your institution adapted to the trends that have driven market activity during the year?
  4. What has been noteworthy about your engagement with the market, whether in terms of specific deals, geographical and/or sectoral diversification or innovation?

To maintain consistency in terms of award winners, please note the following guidance:

  1. For deal-specific categories, nominations will be accepted only for commercial parties to the transaction (advisors are welcome to pitch, but only their investor/issuer client will be eligible for an award)
  2. For public/syndicated deals, only the issuer will be eligible for an award
  3. For private/bilateral deals, only the issuer and the investor will be eligible for awards
  4. Advisors, such as law firms and arrangers, will not be treated as parties to a deal.

Pitch documents should be emailed to Please indicate which awards you are pitching for, giving appropriate contact details.

Judging process

Final selections will be made by the SCI editorial team, with input from an experienced advisory board comprised of active industry participants, each of whom will be recused from judging an award that their firm could be nominated for. The winners will be announced in a special awards edition of SCI and at the London ESG Securitisation Seminar on 25 April. 

For enquiries about the awards process, please contact SCI Editor Corinne Smith at

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