Awards & Distinctions

Client satisfaction is our highest award, but BB&T Corp. and BB&T Capital Markets are also frequently honored by analysts and industry publications for excellence in service and performance.

StarMine/Thompson Reuters
Food product analyst Heather Jones was named No. 1 for stock picking in the 2013 StarMine/Thompson Reuters Awards for Excellence survey, while trading and distribution analyst Holden Lewis was named No. 1 for his earnings estimates. The stock pickers were assessed on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations, while earnings estimates were assessed for accuracy.
The Wall Street Journal
BB&T senior equity research analysts Scott Krasik and Heather Jones were named the top analysts in their industry sectors in The Wall Street Journal's 2013 "Best on the Street" survey. Jones took top honors for her coverage of the Agribusiness and Consumer Foods sector; Krasik for his coverage of Apparel, Footwear and Specialty Retail.
Bloomberg Markets Magazine
BB&T was named among the Top 20 of the World's Strongest Banks by Bloomberg Markets magazine in May 2012.
Greenwich Associates
BB&T was named a 2012 Greenwich Excellence Award Winner by Greenwich Associates, a leading financial services research firm. BB&T was the winner of 22 Excellence Awards in Middle Market Banking.
TNS
BB&T ranked #1 in the 2013 TNS Choice Awards for superior performance in Corporate Banking. This national award names BB&T as the preferred provider for attracting, satisfying and retaining corporate clients.
PLANSPONSOR Magazine
BB&T Retirement & Institutional Services earned 33 Best in Class awards for Participant Services and Sponsor Services among 401(k) providers in a 2012 national survey by PLANSPONSOR magazine
Harris Interactive
BB&T has been recognized by Harris Interactive as the 2012 Harris Poll EquiTrend Study-Super Regional Bank Brand of the Year. BB&T's score of 57.77 (out of 100) ranked first in the category.

Editfactoring.com

BB&T Commercial Finance has been recognized as the largest import factor in the world for goods entering the United States every year since 2009, according to edifactoring.com.