Korporatīvās izcilības balva

2008. gadā mēs nolēmām izaicināt Baltijas biržā tirgotos uzņēmumus, uzsākot korporatīvās izcilības balvas iniciatīvu. Divus gadus vēlāk šī pati iniciatīva tika uzsākta arī visas Eiropas mērogā, un kopš 2014. gadā mēs novērtējām korporatīvo izcilību arī globālā mērogā.

Mērķis

Iniciatīvas mērķis ir noteikt izcilus uzņēmumus Baltijas akciju tirgū un motivēt biržā kotētos uzņēmumus uzlabot savu korporatīvo pārvaldību, finanšu rezultātus un citus aspektus, lai kļūtu par pievilcīgiem ieguldījumu mērķiem. Mēs ticam, ka iniciatīva palīdzēs Baltijas uzņēmumu vadītājiem pievērst uzmanību faktoriem un kritērijiem, ko investori vērtē pirms ieguldījumu lēmuma pieņemšanas.

2020 uzvarētāji

  1. Telia AB

    - Offers a broad lineup of telecommunication services, which creates a certain eco-system, allowing Telia Lietuva to attract new users and make cross-selling; - Its heritage fixed-line and well-established infrastructure allowed it to reach leading market shares in areas it operates; - High service quality and ability to pioneer and offer the latest technological solutions; - The financial health of Telia Lietuva provides the capacity to undertake further initiatives to expand the business model and to continue paying lucrative dividends to its shareholders.
  2. Tallinna Kaubamaja

    - One of the biggest retailers in Estonia with 92 Selver stores having a large loyal customer base. Innovative; - Tallinna Kaubamaja was the first one to introduce self-service cashiers in the country and to develop an e-enviroment. - In a constant seek for the development opportunities (e.g. Acquisition of ABC Supermarkets). - Stays relatively resilient to the economic crisis caused by the global pandemic.
  3. LHV Group

    - A largest (10% market share) and fastest-growing domestic financial group in Estonia; - Vast experience and knowledge in the Estonian financial market (major shareholders are in the finance field from 1991; - Provides more flexible investment services for privates and corporates comparing to rather conservative competitors; - Heavily investing in the creation of new banking products (launched LHV Kindlustus that will offer non-life insurance products), as well as on customer education and maintenance of its loyalty