Asia's best managed companies: Indonesia and the Philippines

By FinanceAsia Editors | 29 April 2010

These are the results of our annual poll to find Asia's top companies. Today, Indonesia and the Philippines.

For our 10th annual poll of Asia's top companies we have collected votes from more than 300 investors and analysts across the region. The results will be published country by country during the course of this week. Tomorrow we will also reveal which companies are viewed to be the best managed in the region in 10 key sectors.
 

Indonesia
Best Managed Company Votes
1) Astra International 35
2) Bank Mandiri 30
3) United Tractors 27
4) Telkom Indonesia 20
5) XL Axiata 13
6) Bank Central Asia 12
7) Indocement 9
7) Unilever Indonesia 9
9) HM Sampoerna 8
10) Bank Rakyat Indonesia 6
Best Corporate Governance Votes
1) Astra International 39
2) United Tractors 20
3) Telkom Indonesia 17
4) Bank Mandiri 14
5) Indocement 12
5) Unilever Indonesia 12
7) Bank Central Asia 9
8) XL Axiata 8
8) HM Sampoerna 8
8) Bank Rakyat Indonesia 8
Best Investor Relations Votes
1) Astra International 35
2) United Tractors 25
3) Bank Mandiri 21
3) Unilever Indonesia 21
5) Telkom Indonesia 17
5) XL Axiata 17
7) Indocement 15
8) AKR Corporindo 10
9) Sorini Agro Asia Corporindo 9
10) Adaro Energy 6
10) Bank Rakyat Indonesia 6
10) Semen Gresik 6
Best Corporate Social Responsibility Votes
1) Astra International 39
2) Bank Mandiri 17
2) Telkom Indonesia 17
4) Unilever Indonesia 15
5) Bank Central Asia 12
6) United Tractors 10
6) Semen Gresik 10
8) Bank Rakyat Indonesia 7
Most Committed to a Strong Dividend Policy Votes
1) Astra International 39
2) Telkom Indonesia 24
3) Unilever Indonesia 21
4) Bank Mandiri 15
5) United Tractors 13
6) HM Sampoerna 10
6) Semen Gresik 10
8) Astra Agro Lestari 6
8) Bank Rakyat Indonesia 6
Best Mid-Cap Votes
1) Astra Otoparts 17
2) Ciputra Development 13
3) Bakrie Telecom 12
Best Small-Cap Votes
1) Panin Sekuritas 19
2) Lautan Luas 11
3) Multi Indocitra 8
Best CEO Votes
1) Agus Martowardoyo (Bank Mandiri) 17
2) Djoko Pranoto (United Tractors) 15
Best CFO Votes
1) Gidion Hasan (United Tractors) 18
2) Pahala Mansury (Bank Mandiri) 13

 

Philippines
Best Managed Company Votes
1) Ayala Corp 35
2) Globe Telecom 21
3) Manila Water 20
4) PLDT 17
5) San Miguel 15
6) Aboitiz Power 10
6) SM Prime Holdings 10
8) Ayala Land 9
8) SM Investments Corp 9
8) Jollibee Foods 9
11) Aboitiz Equity Ventures 8
Best Corporate Governance Votes
1) Ayala Corp 47
2) Globe Telecom 26
3) Manila Water 19
3) PLDT 19
5) San Miguel 14
6) Aboitiz Power 11
7) Ayala Land 10
8) SM Prime Holdings 9
8) Aboitiz Equity Ventures 9
10) Bank of the Philippine Islands 6
10) UnionBank 6
Best Investor Relations Votes
1) PLDT 41
2) Ayala Corp 27
3) Globe Telecom 26
4) Manila Water 15
5) Ayala Land 11
5) Metrobank 11
7) Aboitiz Power 10
7) Filinvest Land 10
9) Jollibee Foods 8
10) SM Prime Holdings 7
10) SM Investments Corp 7
Best Corporate Social Responsibility Votes
1) Ayala Corp 48
2) Manila Water 29
3) PLDT 26
4) SM Prime Holdings 12
5) SM Investments Corp 11
6) Aboitiz Equity Ventures 10
7) Aboitiz Power 8
8) Globe Telecom 7
8) Ayala Land 7
10) Energy Development Corporation 6
10) UnionBank 6
Most Committed to a Strong Dividend Policy Votes
1) PLDT 48
2) Globe Telecom 35
3) Ayala Corp 19
4) SM Prime Holdings 14
5) Aboitiz Equity Ventures 11
6) Aboitiz Power 9
6) Bank of the Philippine Islands 9
8) SM Investments Corp 7
8) Semirara Mining Corp 7
10) UnionBank 6
Best Mid-Cap Votes
1) Manila Water 33
2) Aboitiz Power 11
3) ICTSI 9
Best Small-Cap Votes
1) Cebu Property Ventures & Development Corp 11
2) Splash Corp 10
Best CEO Votes
1) Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala (Ayala Corp) 17
1) Ernest L. Cu (Globe Telecom) 17
Best CFO Votes
1) Albert M. De Larrazabal (Globe Telecom) 16
2) Luis Juan B. Oreta (Manila Water) 11