Asiamoney Corporate Governance Poll 2016 results

Asiamoney invited CEOs, CIOs and senior executives from fund management and hedge fund companies in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as Heads of Research and senior analysts in brokerages across the region, to participate in the eighth Corporate Governance Poll.

Results are also available by country:

  • China and Hong Kong
  • India and Indonesia
  • Korea and Malaysia
  • The Philippines and Singapore
  • Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam

  • For more information, please feel free to contact Mark Lilley.


    OVERALL RESULTS

     ©Corporate Governance poll 2016

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    Best Companies in Asia for Corporate Governance

    Rank Company Location %
    1 Sercomm Corporation Taiwan 6.55%
    2 Wistron NeWeb Taiwan 5.20%
    3 Far East Consortium Hong Kong 4.79%
    4 Xtep International Holdings Limited Hong Kong 3.60%
    5 Kerry Logistics Hong Kong 3.53%



    ACROSS ASIA (EX-JAPAN)

    Best for Disclosure and Transparency

    Rank Company Location %
    1 Sercomm Corporation Taiwan 8.03%
    2 Wistron NeWeb Taiwan 5.06%
    3 Far East Consortium Hong Kong 3.81%


    Best for Shareholders' Rights and Equitable Treatment

    Rank Company Location %
    1 Wistron NeWeb Taiwan 5.21%
    2 Far East Consortium Hong Kong 5.02%
    3 Sercomm Corporation Taiwan 4.56%

    Best for Responsibilities of Management and the Board of Directors

    Rank Company Location %
    1 Wistron NeWeb Taiwan 5.26%
    2 Far East Consortium Hong Kong 4.78%
    3 Sercomm Corporation Taiwan 4.50%

    Best for Investor Relations

    Rank Company Location %
    1 Sercomm Corporation Taiwan 7.74%
    2 Far East Consortium Hong Kong 5.02%
    3 Wistron NeWeb Taiwan 5.02%

    Best for Corporate Social Responsibility

    Rank Company Location %
    1 Sercomm Corporation Taiwan 7.05%
    2 Wistron NeWeb Taiwan 5.60%
    3 Far East Consortium Hong Kong 5.29%

    Panda Bonds Top Arrangers

    Rank Arranger Share % by Volume
    1 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 35.00
    2 China CITIC Bank Corp 30.00
    3 China Merchants Securities Co 17.00
    4 HSBC 5.00
    4 Standard Chartered Bank 5.00

    Bookrunners of Asia-Pac (ex-Japan) ECM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • Today
    1 Goldman Sachs 5,061.71 11 11.44%
    2 Huatai Securities Co Ltd 3,404.45 12 7.70%
    3 Citi 2,574.12 16 5.82%
    4 UBS 2,555.84 13 5.78%
    5 CITIC Securities 2,314.61 9 5.23%

    Bookrunners of Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) G3 DCM

    Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
    • Last updated
    • Today
    1 HSBC 3,946.69 35 6.95%
    2 Goldman Sachs 3,534.62 11 6.22%
    3 Citi 3,319.98 22 5.85%
    4 JPMorgan 3,233.64 13 5.69%
    5 Morgan Stanley 2,925.35 19 5.15%

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