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4 Thai listed firms sweep awards from international IR magazine
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) has announced that four SET listed firms namely KBANK, PSL, PTTEP and PTTGC have recently won investor relations awards from IR magazine, granting prestigious awards to recognize listed firms across the world that perform excellent jobs of investor relations, as such underlining Thai listed firms’ potential and commitment to drive investor relations function and have earned recognition from investors in Asia.
SET President Kesara Manchusree said the fact that four Thai listed firms have been granted investor relations awards from IR magazine was an honor on their excellence in investor relations. The IR Magazine Awards have been granted to listed firms categorized by region such as Europe, America, Southeast Asia, among other.
“The IR awards for Southeast Asia have selected companies from Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. For the 2015 awards, 14 Thai listed firms have been nominated for the awards among 45 candidates in Southeast Asia. Each of the four Thai listed firms has been selected as winner in each category, namely Kasikornbank pcl (KBANK) receiving Best IR by a Thai Company category; Precious Shipping pcl (PSL) receiving Best in Industrials Sector category, PTT Exploration and Production pcl (PTTEP) receiving Best in Energy Sector category; PTT Global Chemical pcl (PTTGC) receiving Best in Materials Sector category,” Kesara stated.
The enhancement of IR functions among Thai listed firms reflects their commitment to continuously drive investor relations practices. SET has been focusing on enhancing listed firms’ capabilities. For knowledge enhancement, SET has organized IR training to promote IR knowledge among IR professionals of listed companies, comprising of eight courses in three levels. In addition, SET has been providing one-on-one consultation for listed firms in IR aspects. For communication channel, SET has organized quarterly “Opportunity Day” activity where listed firms meet directly with investors, and continuous outbound roadshows where listed firms can meet with institutional investors in various financial hubs such as Singapore, Hongkong, Japan, London, New York, etc., as well as holding "Thailand Focus 2015" and “Thai Corporate Day,” grand events which enabling foreign funds to get insights from top executives in the public and private sectors, and meet directly with listed companied.
The IR Magazine Awards & Conference South East Asia 2015 ceremony took place in Singapore in December 2015. The winners’ selection procedure was based on opinion survey among institutional investors in various aspects, covering corporate governance practices, quality of financial reports, investors’ meetings, sustainable practices and others.
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