KSE releases Top 25 companies of 2009 list

Siemens Pakistan Engineering Company leads the top 25 list, followed by Rafhan Maize Products and Nestle Pakistan.


September 08, 2010

The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) on Wednesday released the list of the top 25 companies for the year 2009.

Every year KSE acknowledges the performance of the top companies on the basis of comprehensive criteria, which includes dividend payout, return on equity, compliance with listing regulations and good corporate governance.

This list of the companies is as follows:











































































































Company Name
1. Siemens (Pakistan) Engineering Co Limited
2. Rafhan Maize Products Co Limited
3. Nestle Pakistan Limited
4. Unilever Pakistan Limited
5. Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited
6. Colgate Palmolive Pakistan Limited
7. Pakistan Petroleum Limited
8. Attock Petroleum Limited
9. Millat Tractors Limited
10. Clariant Pakistan Limited
11. Al-Ghazi Tractors Limited
12. Shell Pakistan Limited
13. Unilever Pakistan Foods Limited
14. Engro Corporation Limited
15. Security Paper Limited
16. Pakistan Tobacco Company Limited
17. Atlas Battery Limited
18. Fauji Fertilizer Bin Qasim Limited
19. MCB Bank Limited
20. Service Industries Limited
21. Bank al Habib Limited
22. Lakson Tobacco Company Limited
23. Dawood Hercules Chemicals Limited
24. Oil and Gas Development Company Limited
25. Eye Television Network Limited

COMMENTS (10)

Encantodor | 10 years ago | Reply UBL, Century Papers & Board limited and Even IIL not found? among other criteria they were find managing their market prices throughout the year.....!
User | 10 years ago | Reply Particularly, seven out of top ten companies' stocks are quite expensive and also very illiquid in nature. PSO is being killed by circular debt... @Altamash: I think you have wrongly written the spelling. It was written correctly in the article.
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