Thaioil received ASEAN Top 20 Publicly Listed Companies

Thaioil received ASEAN Top 20 Publicly Listed Companies

ranking among TOP20 publicly listed companies with Excellent Corporate Governance in ASEAN

Recently, Mr. Wirat Uanarumit, Chief Executive Officer and President, Thai Oil Public Company Limited received ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard namely ASEAN Top 20 Publicly Listed Companies (PLCs) from Mr. Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, Minister of Finance as companies ranked among the top 20 ASEAN publicly listed companies in accordance to ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard. In addition, Thaioil also awarded the Country Top 3 PLCs (Thailand) which is rewarded to the top 3 publicly listed companies in Thailand. The ceremony was held at The Athenee Hotel, Bangkok.

These awards have established Thaioil as a leading organization of excellent corporate governance in acceptance locally and internationally. The event was sponsored by The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) and The Asian Development Bank (ADB) to honor and commemorate listed companies across the region that have operated businesses based on good corporate governance principles. 

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