Emira is honoured for its excellence in financial reporting and communication by Investment Analysts Society
Emira Property Fund is the winner of the Investment Analysts Society (IAS) of South Africa’s Best Reporting and Communications Award for the Best Presentation to the society by companies with a market capitalisation of between R5bn and R30bn for the 2016 financial year.
Picture Left to right: Christopher Gilmour, Chairman of the Investment Analysts Society of South Africa presenting the award for the best presentation to the Society in 2016/2017 for companies with a market capitalization between R5 – R30 billion to Geoff Jennett, CEO of Emira Property Fund
The annual awards were announced yesterday night (Wednesday, 21 June) at a function held at the JSE in Sandton Central. The awards are voted for by members of the IAS and presented to companies that show excellence in transparency, financial disclosure and communication with members of the IAS and the investment community.
Geoff Jennett, CEO of Emira Property Fund comments: “This award affirms Emira’s deep commitment to transparent and comprehensive market disclosure. We are honoured to receive this esteemed award from the analysts of the IAS.”
Jennett adds: “Emira strives to provide transparent, honest and timely information which ensures excellent insight into our businesses. Our corporate culture is founded on our values of responsibility, honesty, fairness and respect. This drives our dedication to keep the market informed about our performance, strategies, policies and practices.”
With this award for thorough, meaningful and relevant reporting, Emira has been given an esteemed external endorsement that confirms the confidence that investors can have in the quality and transparency of information provided to analyse the company.
Emira is a medium-cap diversified JSE-listed SA REIT invested in a quality balanced portfolio of office, retail and industrial properties. Its assets comprise 142 properties valued at R13.3 billion. Emira is also internationally diversified through its direct interest in ASX-listed GOZ valued at R940.4 million.