Asia's Outstanding Companies Poll 2018 Methodology
Asiamoney invites fund managers, buy-side analysts, as well as bankers and ratings agencies to participate in the 2018 Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll.
The aim of this poll is to identify and give recognition to Asia’s most outstanding listed companies in each market and sector.
Voters are asked to consider the company’s overall performance including its financial reporting, management team, investor relations and CSR initiatives.
Voter confidentiality is strictly protected and information pertaining to respondents and how they voted will not be disclosed under any circumstances.
Respondents may vote in the following categories:
Most outstanding company (by market)
Most outstanding company (by sector)
Most outstanding Small/Mid Cap Company (by market)
Respondents can vote for listed companies in the following markets:
The awards produced from the results of this survey include:
Overall Most Outstanding Company – Per market
Most Outstanding Company – Per sector, per market
Most Outstanding Small/Mid Cap Company – Per market
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How the Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll works
Asiamoney will invite fund managers, buy-side analysts, ratings agencies and bankers to participate in the 2018 Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll. The winners for each category are then decided on the basis of votes each company receives, subject to a minimum vote count.
Publically listed companies are welcome to proactively invite its institutional shareholders, bankers, and analysts to participate.
Some respondents may receive a validation email from Asiamoney after they complete the poll. Respondents are required to click on a validation link in this email to verify their vote. Failing that, Asiamoney will follow up and attempt to verify via other means.
Asiamoney will investigate and audit individual responses; responses suspected of being fraudulent will be nullified and violating parties will be blacklisted from Asiamoney Polls.