550_SIAS-DINNERListed companies with the best corporate governance and transparency practices, as well as the best financial journalists and brokers, were honored at SIAS Investors Choice 2013 last Fri. The gala dinner was held at Resorts World Convention Centre and graced by Guest-of-Honour, Mrs Josephine Teo, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transport.

Photos by Sim Kih

This is Part 1 of 2 in our photo coverage. Part 2 will appear tomorrow.

550_CAO_Sun-LiChina Aviation Oil walked away with the Corporate Governance award in Mid Cap. It was also runner-up for Most Transparent Company under Oil & Gas Category at SIAS Investors Choice 2013. L-R: Mrs Josephine Teo (Senior Minister of State for Finance and Transport), CAO non-executive Chairman Sun Li, SIAS President David Gerald.

550_Jeremy-YeeCordlife was winner of the Most Transparent Company award in 2 categories - Mainboard Small Caps and Retail & Household Goods.
Above: Cordlife CEO Jeremy Yee (center).

GEO-executive-chairman-CharIt was a double-bonus for Geo Energy, which walked away with the Most Transparent Company award in 2 categories - as runner-up for Chemical & Resources, and runner-up for New Issues. Above: Geo Energy Executive Chairman Charles Melati (center).

550_Geo-mgmtGeo Energy team (L-R): Eric Lim (Marketing Manager), Tan Cheang Shiong (CFO), Mark Zhou (CIO), Charles Melati (Executive Chairman), Ong Beng Chye (Independent Director), Lu King Seng (Independent Director), Soh Chun Bin (Independent Director).

SIAS_awards2013Eratat Lifestyle was runner-up for the Most Transparent Company award under Mainboard Small Caps category. L-R: Angelin Loh (manager - Boardroom Corporate and Advisory Services), Joanna Heng (VP, investor relations), Kellyn Tan (ex-VP, investor relations), Lim Yeow Hua (independent director), Ken Ho (CFO), Lao Mei Leng, (partner at Moore Stephens LLP), Julian So (MD, Head of Client Solutions, Sun Hung Kai Financial), Willy Ng, (partner, Moore Stephens LLP)

550_We_Terence-TeaWE Holdings was runner-up for the Most Transparent Catalist Company award. Above: Executive Chairman Terence Tea (right).

OKP-Daniel-OrOKP Holdings was winner of the Most Transparent Company award under Mainboard Small Caps category. Above: Executive Director Daniel Or (right)

550_Lim-Hock-CheeSheng Siong was runner-up for the Most Transparent Company award under Retail & Household Goods Category. Above: CEO Lim Hock Chee (right).

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#2 myfin 2013-11-13 14:21
Hi greenrookie,

What surprises? Pls enlighten. tks.
#1 greenrookie 2013-11-12 07:14
Look at the record of the past winners, u will be surprised. I wonder what value-addness is there?

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