Kerry Logistics Network Limited has topped the list of corporate leaders in Institutional Investor‘s annual All-Asia Executive Team ranking, sweeping top ranks in all categories in the Transportation sector and being recognised as one of the “Most Honored Companies” in Asia for the third year in a row.
One of the only four companies among 2,368 companies nominated across 18 sectors, Kerry Logistics placed first in all the four categories of Best CEO, Best CFO, Best Investor Relations Professional and Best IR Company rankings.
The results were based on the collective opinion of more than 4,500 investment professionals from securities firms and financial institutions globally.
Kerry Logistics also accomplished first place in overall rankings (voted by both buy-side and sell-side) in the categories including:
- Most Honored Company
- Best CEO — William Ma (First place)
- Best CFO — Ellis Cheng (First place)
- Best Investor Relations Professional — Cheryl Yeung (First place)
- Best Investor Relations Company (First place)
- Best Corporate Governance (First place)
- Best ESG SRI Metrics (First place)
- Best Analyst Day (First place)
William Ma, Group Managing Director of Kerry Logistics, said, “We are very grateful for the successive recognitions that confirm our ongoing dedication to investor relations. I am proud of our team as it continues to closely follow the changing global regulatory requirements and stays ahead of the latest corporate development, providing proactive and in-depth analysis to the investment community. Our ultimate goal is to facilitate investors to better understand Kerry Logistics’ strong fundamentals and promising prospects in order to maximise our corporate value for shareholders. We remain committed to keeping up our efforts and continuing to abide by international best practices in both corporate governance and investor relations.”
The 2018 All-Asia Executive Team ranking was based on a survey of buy-side analysts, money managers, and sell-side researchers at securities firms and financial institutions globally.
The votes were weighted by place (first, second, and third). The Most Honored Company recognition was given to a company claiming two or more top-three spots in the combined (buy side and sell side) rankings results.