YTL Corporation Berhad (Company
No. 92647-H) is one of the largest companies listed on the
Malaysia (Stock Code: 4677, Bloomberg: YTLMK; Reuters:
YTLS.KL), and together with its four listed entities has a
combined Market Capitalisation of about RM 30.8 billion (approx.
USD10.15 billion, based on the exchange rate of USD1.00:RM3.04)
as at 30 April 2013, and has total assets of over RM51.6 billion
(USD16.9 billion). The company was listed in 1985, has also
had a secondary listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange since
1996. YTL was the first Asian non-Japanese company to be listed
on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
The YTL Group's core businesses are ownership and management
of regulated utilities and other infrastructural assets, serving
12 million customers in three continents.
YTL Corporation's strategy of providing "World
Class Products and services at very competitive prices"
along with its history of Innovation, has led directly to it
recording a compounded annual growth rate in Pre-tax profits
of 55% over the last 15 years, and an enviable track record
of creating shareholder value. It has been paying dividends
every year since it was listed on KLSE. YTL Corporation's strategy
has also resulted in it and its subsidiaries accumulating numerous
International Awards in the process.
YTL Corporation Bhd emerged in the coveted position of being the largest
non-government linked company in the 2010 MB100 survey of Malaysia's Largest
Listed Companies. YTL Corp moved up to number five from number 20 previously,
and its subsidiary YTL Power International Bhd secured the eighth spot.