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MGM China scoops Institutional Investor awards

Monday, 17 July 2017 07:10
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MGM China Holdings Limited has been recognized by leading financial publication Institutional Investor as “Most Honored Company” for the third consecutive year in the 2017 All-Asia Executive Team survey. MGM China received honors in all polled categories under the Gaming & Lodging sector.

The Macau-based team claimed a total of six awards, including top honors in the “Most Honored Company”, “Best Investor Relations Program”, “Best CEO” (Grant Bowie) and “Best IR Professional (Sidney Luk).

Mr Bowie said, “We are honored to be acknowledged again by Institutional Investor and industry professionals, and I would like to express my appreciation to the whole Macau team for their efforts with particular recognition for our CFO, Mr Hubert Wang in leading our IR team, headed by Ms Sidney Luk.  This proven track record and team effort demonstrates that Macau companies can compete globally and meet best-in-class global standards.

“With MGM Cotai’s opening right around the corner, we are looking forward to unveiling this highly-anticipated integrated resort, which adds a spectrum of innovative diversified offerings and new opportunities to the market.”

The Institutional Investor’s 2017 All-Asia Executive Team ranking was based on a survey of buy-side analysts, money managers, and sell-side researchers at securities firms and financial institutions that cover Asia. This year, buy-side participation tripled to a record 3,074 while sell-side participation rose 42% to 868, included more than 3,900 investment professionals at 980 financial services firms managing an estimated US$1.5 trillion in Asian equities excluding Japan. This resulted in deep and detailed data to support the polling of 2,510 companies across 18 sectors.

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