- Affin Hwang Capital clinched 3 top Awards at the RAM League Awards 2019.
- Today’s awards further enforce Affin Hwang Capital’s Vision to be a leading
investment bank in Malaysia and living up to its promise to “Out think. Out
KUALA LUMPUR, 8 May 2019 – Affin Hwang Capital added another feather to its
cap today by clinching 3 major awards at the 16 th RAM League Awards 2019, held
today at the Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur.
The 3 awards received by the Bank were the Lead Manager Award by Number of
Issues (3 rd ) and for the Lead Manager Award for corporate Sukuk bonds, by
Programme Value (2 nd ) and by Number of Issues (3 rd ).
“Once again we are grateful to our clients as today’s landmark achievement would
not have been possible without their continued trust and confidence in Affin Hwang
Capital,” said YBhg. Datuk Maimoonah Hussain, Group Managing Director of Affin
“For RAM to recognise us among other established and big players in the Malaysian
capital market is a testament of our continued drive to serve clients with their funding needs and bring further innovation in our financial solutions for their benefit,” she explained.
“We have every intention in continuing to strive to achieve greater heights, in keeping
with our promise to our clients to “Out think. Out perform” and achieve our vision to
be a leading investment bank in Malaysia,” she added.
Recently, Affin Hwang Capital also clinched 2 awards, namely the ‘Best Overall
Equities Participating Organisation’ at the Bursa Excellence Awards 2018 by
Bursa Malaysia Berhad, and the ‘Most Outstanding Sustainable Sukuk Product’
Award for the RM250 million Tadau Energy Sdn Bhd’s Green Sukuk at the 15 th KL
Islamic Finance Forum (KLIFF) 2019 Islamic Finance Awards, both on 9 th April 2019.
RAM Rating Services is the premier credit rating agency in Malaysia. The RAM
League Awards acknowledges the work and dedication of the most prominent financial institutions and organisations that are leaders, innovators and visionaries in the domestic capital market as well as global financial markets.