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Forbes Asia’s Best Under A Billion 2020

Take a look at Forbes Asia's Best Under A Billion list for 2020:

11/28/2020 1:59:00 PM

Take a look at Forbes Asia's Best Under A Billion list for 2020:

The annual Best Under A Billion list spotlights 200 publicly listed small and midsized companies in the Asia-Pacific region with sales under $1 billion.

Revenue GroupGettyThis Malaysian fintech firm grew revenues 64% last year, to 58 million ringgit ($14 million). It has enjoyed organic growth and new sales from acquisitions, such as digital payments provider AnyPay and e-marketplace Buymall Services.

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GettySISBFounded in 2001, SISB owns and operates five private schools in Thailand. The schools’ intake of students rose 10% in 2019, boosting the Bangkok-based company’s net profit 20% to 221 million baht ($7 million). While the student tally rose again at the start of the 2020 academic year, SISB cut its enrollment target because of the pandemic.

Welbe, Inc.GettyThis Japanese service provider saw net profits rise by roughly a fifth, to ¥1.2 billion ($11 million), in fiscal 2020. The firm provides services such as helping preschool children with developmental disorders and long-term care for senior citizens. headtopics.com

METHODOLOGYThis list is meant to identify companies with long-term sustainable performance across a variety of metrics. From a universe of 18,000 publicly traded companies in the Asia-Pacific region with annual revenue above $10 million and below $1 billion, only these 200 companies made the cut. The companies on this list, which is unranked, were selected based on a composite score that incorporated their overall track record in measures such as debt, sales and earnings-per-share growth over both the most recent fiscal one- and three-year periods, and the strongest one- and five-year average returns on equity. Aside from quantitative criteria, qualitative screens were used as well, such as excluding companies with serious governance issues, questionable accounting, environmental concerns, management issues or legal troubles. State-controlled and subsidiary companies were also excluded. The latest available full-year annual results on FactSet as of July 7, 2020, were used for numeric data. All other research was done by Forbes Asia.

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