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TAV increases its corporate governance score for the eighth time

Posted 19 August 2016 · Add Comment

TAV Airports increased its corporate governance score to 9.54 from 9.52 out of 10. The company has been increasing its score for eight years without interruption.

 

SAHA, one of the pioneer corporate rating companies in Turkey, has announced TAV Airports' corporate governance rating as 9.54 out of 10. TAV Airports Holding secured its place among the top companies at Borsa Istanbul (BIST) Corporate Governance Index which consists of 50 companies. 

TAV Airport Head of Investor Relations Nursel Ilgen said: "We succeed to increase our corporate governance rating for the eighth time consecutively. We are proud to be listed amongst a few companies which define implementation standards in corporate governance sector in Turkey. We achieved this success because we adopt corporate governance as a company culture."

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