BMC Stock Named Among Forbes ‘Most Trustworthy’
ATLANTA — BMC Stock Holdings, Inc. today announced the company has been named to the Forbes‘ list of “The 100 Most Trustworthy Companies in America,” an honor that recognizes organizations who have demonstrated exemplary trustworthy business practices over the previous year.
Since 2007, Forbes has published an annual list of American companies it considers most trustworthy, based on accounting and governance practices. To create the list for 2015, MSCI ESG Research screened more than 2,500 publicly-traded non-financial American companies with market caps of $250 million or more to identify the 100 that most “consistently demonstrated transparent accounting practices and solid corporate governance.” The companies are then ranked according to an “Accounting and Governance Risk” score on a 100-point scale, which also signifies their level of trust. BMC Stock scored a 97 out of a best possible 100 points.
“It is an honor for BMC Stock to be included this year by Forbes in its list of most trustworthy companies,” stated Peter Alexander, President and Chief Executive Officer of BMC Stock. “Just as we strive to be a trusted service provider to our customers, we also remain focused on reliable and transparent reporting to our shareholders. We are committed to operational excellence and this recognition is a testament to the values held throughout our organization and the high-quality work our teams deliver every day.”
Source: BMC Stock Holdings, Inc.