Oman 6th Series

The winner of the best new series was the Central Bank of Oman, for the new banknotes launched to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Modern Omani Renaissance. The central bank is recognised as always having been at the forefront of adopting new banknote security...

Qatari 5th series

Qatar Central Bank for the Qatari 5th series, an integrated family of banknotes with a number of advanced security features, including some appearing for the first time in circulating banknotes. The producer was, again, De La Rue.

New Dram Series

The Central Bank of Armenia’s new Dram series won the accolade for the Best New Series, reflecting the country’s commitment to improve the quality of its currency in the face of one of the toughest environments in the world for circulating notes. The series in...

Lari Series

The second award was made to the National Bank of Georgia, for the introduction of a new series of lari notes. This is the first redesign in the currency’s 20 year history, which begins with a new 20 and 50 lari with 5, 10 and 100 lari notes to follow. The designs are...

Swiss Franc 9th Series

The award for the Best New Series went to the Swiss National Bank for the ninth banknote series, entitled ‘The Many Facets of Switzerland’, which has broken new ground in terms of design and security. Each note in the new series depicts a typically Swiss...