among awardees (first row, the fifth from the right)
The rating result was based on the optimum rank determined from financial statements, Earning per Share index (EPS), Return on Ownership ratio (ROO), Return on Equity (ROE) and other meters such as business scope and structure.
This is the third consecutive time that FPT has received this award since 2007. The award is annually held by the Credit Information Center (CIC) and the State Bank, in cooperation with Dun &Bradstreet (D&B) International Information Agency.
As unveiled by CIC, among 293 listed enterprises rated by CIC, there are 117 companies to rank optimum (AAA), accounting for 39,93%, increasing by 23,16% compared with 2006; 170 to rank moderate (from BB to AA), accounting for 58,02%, decreasing by 1,73% compared with 2006; 6 to rank medium (from CCC to B), accounting for 2,05%, decreasing by 76% compared with 2006.
In CIC’s viewpoint, generally speaking, the performance of listed companies is good with optimistic financial targets, improved liquidity, highly- rated earning ratios and greater revenue and earnings.
FPT is one of ten typical listed companies on HOSE