TNB bags two gold awards at governance and CSR event

TNB has proposed a final dividend pay out of 19 sen a share to be approved by shareholders. It had earlier paid out an interim dividend of 10 sen a share.

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has grabbed two gold awards at the 9th Global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Summit and Awards and the Global Good Governance Awards 2017 held in Langkawi recently.

The utility company said in a statement yesterday the awards were the Best Community Programme Award for companies with more than US$1bil market capitalisation and the Best Workplace Practices Award.

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