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Global Investors Favour Real Estate, Transportation and Infrastructure Companies in Indonesia

2015-07-07 10:00 1935

JAKARTA, Indonesia, July 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Alpha Southeast Asia revealed the results of their fifth annual poll to find Southeast Asia's top companies conducted between February to June 2015. The awards are based on tallied votes among 520 investors, pension funds, equity and fixed income analysts with investment interests in the Southeast Asia region. Listed-companies in Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines were ranked according to institutional investors' perceptions of their performance in financial management, corporate governance, integrated reporting and investor relations.

In Indonesia, six leading companies with the best perception among investors include real estate company Alem Sutera Realty, banking giants Bank Mandiri and Bank Negara Indonesia, emerging transport company Blue Bird, leading telecommunications player Telkom Indonesia and infrastructure investment company Wijaya Karya. 'Best CFO in Indonesia' for the fifth consecutive year went to Bank Mandiri's CFO, Pahala Mansury. While 'Most Improved Investor Relations' went to Wijaya Karya and 'Best Annual Report in Indonesia' went to Telkom Indonesia.

Unlike other polls, investors were also asked to name companies that did not meet their expectations. In Indonesia, they include Bumi Resources, Energi Mega Persada and Bukit Asam.

Across the region, the award for the Strongest Commitment to Sustainable Energy in Southeast Asia went to Thailand's leading integrated energy company Thai Oil for the fourth consecutive year. Best CFO in Southeast Asia went to Thai Bev's CFO Sithichai Chaikriangkrai.

MOST ORGANISED INVESTOR RELATIONS

VOTES (#)

Bank Mandiri

132

Telkom Indonesia

125

Bank Negara Indonesia

124



BEST SENIOR MANAGEMENT INVESTOR RELATIONS SUPPORT

VOTES (#)

Bank Mandiri

126

Blue Bird

113

Wijaya Karya

109



STRONGEST ADHERENCE TO CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

VOTES (#)

Telkom Indonesia

133

Bank Negara Indonesia

127

Alem Sutera Realty

122



MOST CONSISTENT DIVIDEND POLICY

VOTES (#)

Telkom Indonesia

114

Bank Negara Indonesia

106

Bank Mandiri

102



BEST STRATEGIC CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

VOTES (#)

Telkom Indonesia

115

Blue Bird

105

Alem Sutera Realty

103



POOR & UNPREDICTABLE INVESTOR RELATIONS STRATEGY

VOTES (#)

Bumi Resources

79

Energi Mega Persada

67

Bukit Asam

55

Notes to Editors

Alpha Southeast Asia Magazine:

Now in its ninth year of publication, Alpha Southeast Asia, published 10 times a year - is the first and only Hong Kong-based institutional investment magazine focused on Southeast Asia's capital markets, written for professional investors and corporates. Please visit our website: http://www.alphasoutheastasia.com for details.

Source: Alpha Southeast Asia
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