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AmBank Group Bags Best Investor Relations Banking Group 2017
Last update: 05/02/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 5 (Bernama) -- AMMB Holdings Bhd (AmBank Group) has been†named†'Best Investor Relations Banking Group Malaysia 2017'†by the Global Banking &†Finance Review (GBFR) in†an annual poll.

In a statement today, AmBank said the award†came on the heels of the Alpha Southeast Asia's 7th Best Corporate-Institutional Investor Awards 2017, where AmBank Group won the 'Most Improved Investor Relations'†award and placed among the top three†in 'Most Organised Investor Relations', 'Strongest Adherence to Corporate Governance' and 'Most Consistent Dividend Policy' categories in Malaysia.

"This†was made possible through†the collective efforts of everyone in the group.We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all our team-mates in Group Finance, our stakeholders and†the wider investment community," said Group Chief Executive Officer,†Datuk Sulaiman†Mohd Tahir.

GBFR is a financial portal and print magazine based in the United Kingdom, offering financial news from industries worldwide.

The GBFR Awards recognise†companies of all sizes and which†were†prominent in particular areas of expertise and excellence within the global financial†community.

AmBank Group†is the sixth largest banking group by assets in Malaysia, with a market capitalisation of around RM14 billion and assets of RM134.8 billion as of March 31, 2017.



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