BGRIM added into FTSE Asia Pacific Ex Japan and Ex China-Large Cap indexes

BGRIM added into FTSE Asia Pacific Ex Japan and Ex China-Large Cap indexes

B.Grimm Power Plc (BGRIM) has been added by FTSE Russell to the list of FTSE Global Equity Index Series Asia Pacific for Ex Japan and Ex China in September 2020 in the category of Large Cap Index on September 18.

Mrs Preeyanart Soontornwata, President of B.Grimm Power, revealed that the selection in calculation for upgrading BGRIM from Mid Cap category into Large Cap category has represented investors’ confidence in the performance and business strategy of B.Grimm Power which could enhance liquidity and market cap while the selection into the new category would show even more positive sign to both retail and institutional investors.

Furthermore, BGRIM has been chosen to join the “FTSE4Good Index Series” which were designed to measure the sustainability standard, MSCI ESG index with the BBB rating, the Thailand Sustainability Investment list (THSI) and the ESG 100 group. These have shown B.Grimm Power’s strong focus on ESG principles to create long-term value for all stakeholders.  

B.Grimm Power Plc is one of the largest private producers in Thailand with over 24 years supporting Thailand’s domestic economic and social development. B.Grimm Power has committed the sustainability growth of business by expanding business and keeping on best performance not only domestic market but also in South East Asia region in generation electricity from clean resources with modernized technology which is also friendly to environment and to response to social and surrounding community

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