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MTD Walkers wins Gold at Annual Report Awards


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Integrated infrastructure and engineering solutions provider MTD Walkers PLC won the Gold Award in the Construction Companies Sector at the recently concluded 52nd Annual Reports Awards organized by the Institute of Charted Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka).

One of Sri Lanka’s most coveted awards, The CA Annual Report Awards recognizes excellence in annual financial reporting while encouraging effective communication to stakeholders through the publication of informative annual reports, promoting effective presentation of financial and non-financial information. This year the CA Annual Report Awards was held under the theme precision exemplified 

Themed ‘We are doing More’, the Annual Report of MTD Walkers PLC covered the Group’s financial performance, its environmental and social performance as well as the corporate governance framework and risk management process, with each linked to addressing the significant impacts to the Group. 

The Report highlighted the Group’s overall value creation strategy with regard to its operations, through risk management, addressing of key sustainability concerns and corporate governance. The Report also provided an overview of the Group’s future strategies and integrated approach in managing its six capitals, risks, and opportunities through the utilisation of a comprehensive sustainability management framework. 

“MTD Walkers PLC has always taken its disclosure commitment seriously and winning this award is an endorsement of our efforts.  This is our first integrated Annual Report and I am thrilled to have it recognised at the CA Annual Report Awards this year,” said MTD Walkers PLC Chief Financial Officer Viraj De Silva.

He further added: “The reporting process has allowed us to focus on our financial performance and non-financial impacts, allowing us to put in place processes to obtain management information for decision making purposes from a triple bottom line perspective.”

 


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