TAV Airports voted ‘best in investor relations’ for fourth year in a row
HÜRRİYET PhotoTAV Airports has been voted the Best Turkish Company in Investor Relations (IR) in the 42nd Extel Survey. At the same time, TAV Airports President & CEO Sani Şener was voted the best CEO, Vice President Burcu Geriş the Best CFO and head of IR Nursel İlgen the Best IRO in Turkey, the company said in a written statement on June 9.
“TAV Airports has been voted the Best Turkish Company in IR for the fourth year in a row. We view these awards as a token of the high regard we have for our investors. Our vision is to set a model for attracting foreign capital through strict adherence to very high corporate governance standards and our company values,” Şener said, then addressing a survey in Turkey.
“The Turkish Investor Relations Society [TÜYİD] conducted a study based on objective predefined criteria checked by an independent audit firm. As a result of this evaluation by TÜYİD, we were awarded in all three categories, which are Financial Disclosure, IR Website and Annual Report. We have also continued our tradition of topping the Corporate Governance Awards given by the Turkish Corporate Governance Society by securing first place in Board of Directors and third place in Overall Score,” he added.
TAV Airports operates the Istanbul Atatürk, Ankara Esenboğa, İzmir Adnan Menderes, Gazipaşa Alanya and Milas Bodrum airports in Turkey, as well as the Tbilisi and Batumi airports in Georgia, the Monastir and Enfidha-Hamammet airports in Tunisia, the Skopje and Ohrid airports in Macedonia, the Medina airport in Saudi Arabia and the Zagreb airport in Croatia.