GTJAI scoops 16 awards including ‘Most Honoured Company’

KUALA LUMPUR: Guotai Junan International Holdings Limited (GTJAI) announced that Institutional Investor has released the ‘2022 All-Asia Executive Team’ rankings recently to evaluate the performances of financial disclosure, market value management of listed companies in Asia in the fiscal year 2021.

This year, GTJAI won 16 awards (including 10 in Asia and six in Mainland China) out of more than 1,600 nominated companies and 2,606 executives among 18 industries, according to a statement.

It was once again awarded the ‘Most Honoured Company’, the most valuable award, by leveraging on the outstanding corporate governance, professional and efficient investor relations management, and excellent corporate social responsibility performance.

In addition, the company also ranked among the best in individual awards, namely ‘Best IR Program’, ‘Best ESG’, ‘Best IR Team’ , ‘Best CEO’, ‘Best CFO’ and ‘Best IR Professional’.

Looking forward, GTJAI will follow the development direction set by the parent company Guotai Junan Securities and strive to become a ‘Well Respected, Comprehensively Leading and Internationally Competitive’ financial service provider.

It will also continuously improve corporate governance, maintaining high-quality communication with the capital market, and further innovating in investor relations work to reward investors and shareholders for their long-term support and recognition of the Company.

Established in New York, the USA, in 1967, Institutional Investor magazine is one of the most influential financial magazines in the world.

The ‘2022 All-Asia Executive Team’ results are determined by votes from over 5,500 portfolio managers, buy-side analysts and sell-side analysts, and are rated on several major areas including the accessibility of senior executives and execution of corporate strategy.

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