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Service stocks top ESG 100 winners
Bangkok Post, May 31, 2017

Service sector stocks are the largest group of Thaipat Institute's top 100 listed companies ranked by environmental, social and governance (ESG) measures this year, dubbed the ESG100...

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3rd list of firms committed to sustainable development released
The Nation, May 31, 2017

RETAIL investors who want to put their money into listed companies that are committed to sustainable development may have more choices, as this year’s ESG 100 list was announced yesterday...

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Tisco to enter digital banking arena next year
The Nation, August 4, 2016

Tisco Asset Management, together with the THAIPAT Institute, yesterday held an exclusive talk titled “Sustainable Investment: ESG Fund for Society”, in order to promote its ESG Fund widely among individual investors...

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THAIPAT listing drops 'worthless' CP All, BEC World
Bangkok Post, April 27, 2016

THAIPAT Institute has removed CP All Plc and BEC World Plc from its top 100 listed companies ranked by environmental, social and governance measures, citing the pair's tainted corporate reputation...

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Private philanthropic fund initiated for CSR
The Nation, July 23, 2015

After the THAIPAT Institute, a public-interest organisation, recently gave a Thai debut to the concept of "philanthropic investment" - a CSR initiative on the basis of win-win situations - six pioneering enterprises have joined forces in funding the initiative with combined start-up finance of Bt120 million...

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Ford & THAIPAT Institute Sets Example In Philanthropic Investments
Daily CSR, July 18, 2015

The future trend of CSR projects are here now, wherein there will be unlimited fund till the realisation of the project-goals. The philanthropic investments, under taken by Ford and THAIPAT Institute, seem the future way to go about investments...

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'Philanthropic investments' touted
The Nation, June 28, 2015

The THAIPAT Institute has embraced the concept of "philanthropic Investments", an alternative approach to sustainable corporate social responsibility efforts to achieve win-win situations. Through such investments, organisations can extend contributions without losing the start-up funding for their CSR mission and their recipients can enjoy adequate resources until the goals of CSR projects are achieved...

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Thailand -based firms rated on ESG
The Nation, January 22, 2015

THAIPAT Institute has opened up a new dimension of sustainability development by rating Thailand-based companies on their environmental, social and governance, or ESG, initiatives for the first time...

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Economic reform 'crucial' to Japan, here
The Nation, December 6, 2014

REFORMS are the key to solving economic problems in Japan and Thailand, the former US ambassador to the Asian Development Bank said, while steps taken against corruption by the Kingdom's private sector are making great progress, according to the Thaipat Institute...

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Firms face anti-corruption criteria to join auctions
Bangkok Post, October 17, 2014

Companies participating in government auctions may soon be required to meet criteria for anti-corruption practices set by the Collective Action Coalition against Corruption (CAC)...

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Anti-graft fight winning allies
Bangkok Post, October 16, 2014

Thailand's awareness of endemic corruption is gaining ground, with 60% of listed companies putting anti-corruption practices on the front burner...

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SEC announces listed firms' progress on fighting graft
The Nation, October 16, 2014

NOW a majority or 60 per cent of companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand place priority on campaigning against corruption, while 19 companies have been certified by the Collective Action Coalition...

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Assessment of Sustainability Development Level of Listed Company
Boardroom Magazine, May-June, 2014

This year is the first year that listed companies have to disclose information required under section 56 of the Act of Securities and Stock exchange and prepare of the annual statement (form 56-1) to deliver to the Securities and Exchange Commission according to the newly revised regulations. The new regulations require information disclosure in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and anti-corruption measures to prevent the business of the company and it subsidiaries to involve in corruption. (Anti-corruption)...

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SEC, Thaipat Institute launch measures to assess firms' CSR
The Nation, May 7, 2014

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Thaipat Institute have launched the Kingdom's first corporate social responsibility (CSR) and anti-corruption progress indicators for Thai listed companies...

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Investment assessing firm invited to advise SET over DJSI
The Nation, March 9, 2014

The Stock Exchange of Thailand has invited RobecoSAM, a Swiss company specialising in assessing the investment sustainability for Standard & Poor's and Dow Jones, to guide listed Thai companies vying to find a place in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI)...

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