Vienna Stock Exchange Award 2019: CA Immo wins ATX award
Guests were invited to the 12th conferment of the Vienna Stock Exchange Award yesterday by the Vienna Stock Exchange and its partners. The most important award for leading Austrian companies was presented in the formal surroundings of the Palais Niederösterreich. The elite of the domestic capital market joined representatives of the business and political spheres to laud the 10 winners in five categories. The Vienna Stock Exchange Award rewards companies in the categories of ATX, Corporate Bonds and Mid Cap, with a special sustainability prize also introduced this year. Another category (‘Journalists’) is devoted to media relations.
For the second time in a row, CA Immobilien Anlagen AG stood atop the winners’ rostrum by claiming the coveted ATX prize. With its strong results, excellent financial reporting and outstanding IR activity, the company won over the ÖVFA jury. The share comfortably outperformed the market in 2018, and liquidity was satisfactory. CA Immo also placed in the top three in the Corporate Bonds category.
“We are delighted that all the work of recent years has not only boosted our profits, but also earned us the ATX prize for the second time in succession,” said CA Immo CEO Andreas Quint, speaking after the award was conferred. “CA Immo is very well placed, with significant interest from international investors in the USA and elsewhere. The Vienna Stock Exchange provides an ideal platform for appealing to investors.”
According to stock exchange CEO Christoph Boschan, “The shining achievements of listed companies are felt throughout the country. Thanks to the stock exchange, all Austrians can take advantage of the world-wide success of our national companies.”
About the Vienna Stock Exchange Award
The Vienna Stock Exchange Award is jointly conferred by Aktienforum, APA-Finance, Cercle Investor Relations Austria (C.I.R.A.), Oesterreichische Kontrollbank (OeKB), Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB), Austrian Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management (ÖVFA) with CFA Society Austria, Association of Austrian Investment Fund Management Companies (VÖIG), VÖNIX (VBV Austrian Sustainability Index), Vienna Stock Exchange, Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (WKÖ) and Zertifikate Forum Austria (ZFA).