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YTL's Wessex Water wins Best place to work accolade
North Somerset Times, 21 October 2015
Tan Sri Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL Corporation said, "Once again a YTL owned entity wins an important global award for Customer Service Experience. I can wax lyrical about how great we are as an institution, but truthfully it is to the many unsung heroes within the YTL group that have achieved this. I am grateful to them and so proud of them. I also give all the honor to our Lord Jesus Christ for blessing us continually."

YTL takes on role of delivery partner of The Global Goals For Sustainable Development in Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, 25 September 2015
In support of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development launched today at the United Nations Sustainability Development Summit in New York, the YTL Group has taken on the role of an official delivery partner of the Global Goals in Malaysia alongside Google, Sales Force, The Huffington Post and other global organizations. The Global Goals consist of 17 goals that aim to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and fix climate change by 2030. Employees of the YTL Group will stand together with the 193 world leaders at the United Nations today to commit to doing their part towards achieving the Global Goals.

YTL's Wessex Water awarded for safety
Bath, 24 August 2015
YTL's Wessex Water has been awarded for its high safety standards keeping its workforce safe and healthy. The firm received two international health and safety awards from the British Safety Council including the ‘Power and Utilities’ sector award for the second consecutive year.

Long-term game-changers
The Sunday Times, 29 April 2015
Sustainability is at the heart of what businesses should strive to do or the world will simply cease to exist, said Tan Sri Dr Francis Yeoh, managing director, YTL Group of Companies who was keynote speaker at the Credit Suisse Global Megatrends Conference 2015 together with world renowned speaker, Laurence Fink, Chairman and chief executive officer of BlackRock who is also the biggest asset manager in the world with US$5 trillion of assets under management.

Companies need to stop being in "self-denial" and use technology to find solutions to environmental problems, he said, while commending the efforts of some countries in Asia including the two most populous in the region.

"Asian economies are getting there," he said. "Singapore does a good job, Japan and Korea are also quite strong in the area.

"China and India are the biggest polluters, and they know that if they don't do anything about it, we are not going to have a very pleasant world for our children to live in," he said.

Tan Sri Dr Yeoh believes that technology is the solutions for much of the world's sustainability problems.

"There are enough solutions to solve the world's pollution, even today. So why can't we do it?" he said.

YTL's Ruth Yeoh among Asia's powerful businesswomen
The Star, 26 February 2015
Malaysia's Ruth Yeoh of YTL Singapore was named among 50 powerful businesswomen in Asia by Forbes in its fourth annual Asia's Power Businesswomen list. Yeoh, 32, is also among 12 women in their late twenties to early forties identified as Women to Watch.

The executive director/director of YTL Singapore/YTL-SV Carbon (conglomerate) Singapore is the eldest of five children of Malaysian tycoon Tan Sri Francis Yeoh. She has been at the family company, YTL, with sales of US$6.3bil since 2005, championing its environmental agenda and raising awareness of climate change.

 
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