These companies have been shortlisted for excellence in corporate reporting (for the FBM KLCI companies) and for building positive trust perceptions with the online public (for the FBM Mid 70 Index companies).
Axiata Group Berhad
CIMB Group Holdings Berhad
IHH Healthcare Bhd
Malayan Banking Berhad
RHB Bank Berhad
Sime Darby Berhad
Telekom Malaysia Berhad
Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad
Duopharma Biotech Berhad
KPJ Healthcare Berhad
MR D.I.Y. Group (M) Berhad
Sime Darby Property Berhad
SP Setia Berhad
UEM Sunrise Berhad
Yinson Holdings Berhad
At PwC, we believe that we too have a role to play - to encourage a stronger capital market, one which stakeholders can put their faith in. After all, our PwC purpose is to “Build trust in society and solve important problems”.
We believe it’s time to take a stand and shine a light on the companies in Malaysia that are being transparent and are making attempts to meet their stakeholders’ needs.
We’re not just looking for the businesses that are posting the highest profits or getting the most coverage in the press. We want a company to be judged on the most important factors of all – how upfront they are with their stakeholders, and how their investors and customers regard them.
Bottomline: how much effort is a company putting into building trust?
We hope that the BTA will give businesses some food for thought on how to manage and nurture trust, something that is often perceived as intangible and hard to measure. More importantly, we hope the BTA will spark dialogue and debate, and inspire all of us to put trust at the top of our business agenda.
We were inspired by the game JENGA®.
The classic block-stacking, stack-crashing game is one that has players attempting to build a tower that gets taller and taller, while removing blocks from its base.
One false move, and the structure crashes to the ground.
The process of building trust is much like this game.
Like JENGA®, it isn’t for the faint hearted. It can be a painstaking process and it is certainly a journey.
One where every action, good and bad, stacks up.
At all times it takes all your different players working together to a common goal – fitting together the various pieces to form a structure that doesn’t falter.