IR Magazine

IR Magazine Forum & Awards
South East Asia

Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Virtual event: 9 am - 2 pm SGT

About the forum & awards

For the past three decades, IR Magazine has honored excellence in investor relations around the world. For 2022, we continued to recognize and help further IR best practice. This year, over 100 senior IR professionals joined us in a virtual setting from across Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand – this internationally renowned event looked at the very best the IR community has to offer through our forum and awards.

THE FORUM

The event kicked off with a forum where investors, analysts and heads of IR from small, mid and large cap companies came together to discuss key issues relating to investor relations, corporate governance, shareholder needs and the role of senior management in IR.

Using the latest cutting edge technology available, our virtual event platform closely replicated being there in person with the chance to interact with speakers and have one-to-one networking in-between panel talks. A far cry from a traditional webinar format, the event featured live chat with attendees as you watch sessions together and access to resource libraries to help publicly listed companies better respond to investor and analyst expectations. The forum sessions was followed by our awards ceremony.


THE AWARDS

We presented two types of awards categories – researched and nominated – both celebrating the success of those individuals and companies that are leading the way in IR in South East Asia. For our researched categories, companies do not submit nominations. Instead, hundreds of analysts and investors cast their votes and give their opinions on which companies do the best IR in the region.

In our nominated categories, companies had the opportunity to submit a written entry for aspects of IR that complement our researched categories. More information can be found in the sections below.

Awards by nomination

For our awards-by-nomination categories, individuals and companies are given the opportunity to submit written entries to be put forward to a panel of expert judges made up of investment professionals and IR Magazine editorial team members.

Winners announced!

We are delighted to announce our WINNERS of 2022. View the full list by clicking here or select a category below.

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected] or call +44 20 8004 4989.

Best annual report (large cap)

Best annual report (large cap)

Are shareholders and analysts raving about the quality of your annual print or online report? Give us your vision of good reporting practice. Judges will be looking for a well-articulated equity story, ease of flow or navigation, state-of-the-art design and consistency/complementarity between different reports. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • CP All

    Thailand

  • GoTo Gojek Tokopedia

    Indonesia

  • WINNER: IHH Healthcare

    Malaysia

  • KASIKORNBANK

    Thailand

  • SM Investments Corporation

    Philippines

Best annual report (mid-cap)

Best annual report (mid-cap)

Are shareholders and analysts raving about the quality of your annual print or online report? Give us your vision of good reporting practice. Judges will be looking for a well-articulated equity story, ease of flow or navigation, state-of-the-art design and consistency/complementarity between different reports. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • AEM Holdings

    Singapore

  • WINNER: Ascott Residence Trust (now known as CapitaLand Ascott Trust)

    Singapore

  • Century Pacific Food

    Philippines

  • Metro Pacific Investments Corporation

    Philippines

  • StarHub

    Singapore

  • Vietnam International Bank

    Vietnam


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Best annual report (small cap)

Best annual report (small cap)

Are shareholders and analysts raving about the quality of your annual print or online report? Give us your vision of good reporting practice. Judges will be looking for a well-articulated equity story, ease of flow or navigation, state-of-the-art design and consistency/complementarity between different reports. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • Manulife US REIT

    Singapore

  • Megawide Construction Corporation

    Philippines

  • Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation

    Philippines

  • Shakey's Pizza Asia Ventures

    Philippines

  • WINNER: Tune Protect Group

    Malaysia

  • United Hampshire US REIT

    Singapore

Best crisis management

Best crisis management

Have you recently dealt with an unexpected event threatening your company's business or reputation? How did your company respond to the Covid-19 pandemic? Tell us about your ‘crisis ready’ plan, the strategy you implemented when the storm hit, and how the IR team’s actions successfully protected or restored shareholder value.

Nominees

  • Integrated Micro-Electronics

    Philippines

  • IRPC

    Thailand

  • WINNER: SM Investments Corporation

    Philippines

  • Thai Union Group

    Thailand

  • Tune Protect Group

    Malaysia

  • YTL Corporation

    Malaysia

Best ESG materiality reporting (large cap)

Best ESG materiality reporting (large cap)

With investors increasingly integrating ESG criteria into their investment decisions, your firm has successfully ramped up its communications strategy about non-financial performance. Judges will be looking at how you tackle integrated thinking and reporting on the issues material to your business. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • CP All

    Thailand

  • WINNER: GoTo Gojek Tokopedia

    Indonesia

  • KASIKORNBANK

    Thailand

  • PTT Exploration and Production

    Thailand

  • SM Investments Corporation

    Philippines

Best ESG materiality reporting (mid-cap)

Best ESG materiality reporting (mid-cap)

With investors increasingly integrating ESG criteria into their investment decisions, your firm has successfully ramped up its communications strategy about non-financial performance. Judges will be looking at how you tackle integrated thinking and reporting on the issues material to your business. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • WINNER: Ascott Residence Trust (now known as CapitaLand Ascott Trust)

    Singapore

  • Central Plaza Hotel

    Thailand

  • City Developments

    Singapore

  • Cromwell European REIT

    Singapore

  • KLCCP Stapled Group

    Malaysia

  • Olam Group

    Singapore

  • SCG Packaging

    Thailand

Best ESG materiality reporting (small cap)

Best ESG materiality reporting (small cap)

With investors increasingly integrating ESG criteria into their investment decisions, your firm has successfully ramped up its communications strategy about non-financial performance. Judges will be looking at how you tackle integrated thinking and reporting on the issues material to your business. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • Eastern Polymer Group

    Thailand

  • Elite Commercial REIT

    Singapore

  • WINNER: Manulife US REIT

    Singapore

  • Maxeon Solar Technology

    Singapore

Best investor event

Best investor event

Did you hold a capital markets day, site visit or other investor event that made your company stand out from the crowd? Tell us how you came up with an original initiative, the way you managed its organization, and how your audience’s expectations were met; audience feedback is also welcome.

Nominees

  • IHH Healthcare

    Malaysia

  • KASIKORNBANK

    Thailand

  • Manulife US REIT

    Singapore

  • PTT Exploration and Production

    Thailand

  • WINNER: StarHub

    Singapore

  • Vietnam International Bank

    Vietnam


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Best IR during a corporate transaction

Best IR during a corporate transaction

How did your IR team go above and beyond to support a recent corporate transaction? Let us know the details. We’ll be looking at the IR team’s involvement in crafting/releasing the messaging for the financial markets and how it organized outreach and dialogue to gain approval from key shareholders.

Nominees

  • Charoen Pokphand Foods

    Thailand

  • WINNER: GoTo Gojek Tokopedia

    Indonesia

  • PTT Global Chemical

    Thailand

  • Shakey's Pizza Asia Ventures

    Philippines

  • TDCX

    Singapore

Best IR website

Best IR website

The IR website is the first point of contact for an IRO’s audience. We want to hear from companies that have developed a best-in-class website displaying top-notch customer experience, engaging content that meets analysts’ and investors’ needs, and multiplatform access.

Nominees

  • Bank Central Asia

    Indonesia

  • WINNER: Capital A

    Malaysia

  • Global Power Synergy

    Thailand

  • IHH Healthcare

    Malaysia

  • Malakoff Corporation

    Malaysia

  • TDCX

    Singapore

  • United Hampshire US REIT

    Singapore


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Best use of multimedia for IR

Best use of multimedia for IR

Are you a tech-savvy IRO always looking out for cutting-edge technological solutions for IR? Describe the innovative ways you have incorporated video, audio, infographics or webcasts into your IR program. Judges will be looking for evidence of heightened investor and analyst engagement via these channels.

Nominees

  • CapitaLand China Trust

    Singapore

  • WINNER: Cromwell European REIT

    Singapore

  • Global Power Synergy

    Thailand

  • PTT Exploration and Production

    Thailand

  • United Hampshire US REIT

    Singapore

  • Vietnam International Bank

    Vietnam


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Rising star

Rising star

This award seeks to honor individuals who bring fresh thinking and a unique approach to the profession. This category is open to anyone who has been working in IR for less than five years and has less than 10 years of professional experience.

Nominees

  • Phakarada Nithiwannakul, Berli Jucker

    Thailand

  • Dappy Tecson, Century Pacific Food

    Philippines

  • WINNER: George Aluwi, GoTo Gojek Tokopedia

    Indonesia

  • Stella Chan, Maxeon Solar Technology

    Singapore

  • Lalida Termsantikul, PTT Exploration and Production

    Thailand


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The awards-by-nomination categories differ from our traditional researched awards, as individuals and companies are given the opportunity to submit written entries to be put forward to a panel of expert judges made up of investment professionals and IR Magazine editorial team members.

The judging process consists of three simple phases:

Phase one: Once the entry deadline has passed, the IR Magazine editorial team reviews all submissions and produces the short list

Phase two: The short-listed entries are shared with an independent judging panel made up of industry experts. The judges review each short-listed entry and select their top two picks per category

Phase three: The judges come together to discuss, debate and select the final list of winners who will go on to win an award

The judges’ votes are not made public, but their comments may be published in articles or reports after the event. Judges are not required to make comments against every submission.

Click here to view the judges biographies.

Joshua Lee

Director of asset management, Equinix

Professor Roy Ling

CEO & founder, FollowTrade

Vijay Natarajan

Analyst – real estate & REITs

Jeannie Ong

Group chief investor relations officer, MyRepublic

James Beech

Editor-in-chief, IR Magazine

What our attendees say

"Well done for a great awards ceremony and the talks were informative too."

Elite Commercial REIT

"Interesting and relevant panels."

Manulife US REIT

"The event was excellent. Big credit to all of you at IR magazine."

PTT Global Chemical Public Company

"Smoothly run and well moderated with highly relevant and engaging topics."

Tune Protect Group

"Congratulations to the team for a very well-organised event"

Tulchan

"The event ran smoothly and was fantastic."

KASIKORNBANK

"As a first timer I found the forums during the event very insightful. A lot of knowledge was shared, inspiring."

Petronas Chemicals Group

"So very well organized, program scheduling was fast-paced but very insightful, plus the panel speakers were very engaging."

Aboitiz Equity Ventures

Awards by research

Our awards-by-research nominees are determined by the input of hundreds of analysts and portfolio managers, who give their opinions on which companies provide them with the best IR service in the South East Asia region. Every year we invite any publicly listed company to submit their list of buy and sell-side analysts and portfolio managers, so that they have the opportunity to vote via our survey.

Winners announced!

We are delighted to announce the list of 2022 winners. View the full list by clicking here or select a category below.

Please click on the tabs below to view the research timeline. If you have any questions on this process or wish to access our data sharing agreement, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. For any further queries about the research, please contact [email protected].

Best overall investor relations (large cap)

Best overall investor relations (large cap)

This category covers companies that have most impressed the investment community with their overall IR program. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • Bangkok Dusit Medical Services

    Thailand

  • CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust

    Singapore

  • CapitaLand Investment

    Singapore

  • IHH Healthcare

    Malaysia

  • PTT

    Thailand

  • WINNER: PTT Exploration and Production

    Thailand

Best overall investor relations (mid-cap)

Best overall investor relations (mid-cap)

This category covers companies that have most impressed the investment community with their overall IR program. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • B Grimm Power

    Thailand

  • Berli Jucker

    Thailand

  • Central Retail Corp

    Thailand

  • WINNER: Indorama Ventures

    Thailand

  • Minor International

    Thailand

  • Star Petroleum Refining

    Thailand

Best overall investor relations (small cap)

Best overall investor relations (small cap)

This category covers companies that have most impressed the investment community with their overall IR program. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • Elite Commercial REIT

    Singapore

  • Manulife US REIT

    Singapore

  • Megawide Construction Corporation

    Philippines

  • Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation

    Philippines

  • WINNER: PP

    Indonesia

Best investor relations officer (large cap)

Best investor relations officer (large cap)

This category is for individual IROs whose knowledge of their company and sector and whose ability to build relationships with members of the investment community and to be transparent, accessible and responsive, sets them apart. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • Jitima Ratanatam, Bangkok Dusit Medical Services

    Thailand

  • Jiraphan Thongtan, CP All

    Thailand

  • Penelope Koh, IHH Healthcare

    Malaysia

  • Tanapon Prapapan, PTT

    Thailand

  • WINNER: Thanat Thamrongsaksuvit, PTT Exploration and Production

    Thailand

  • Narongpand Lisahapanya, Siam Cement

    Thailand


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Best investor relations officer (mid-cap)

Best investor relations officer (mid-cap)

This category is for individual IROs whose knowledge of their company and sector and whose ability to build relationships with members of the investment community and to be transparent, accessible and responsive, sets them apart. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • Solaya Na Songkhla, B Grimm Power

    Thailand

  • Rami Piirainen, Berli Jucker

    Thailand

  • Rangsirach Pornsutee, Central Retail Corp

    Thailand

  • WINNER: Vikash Jalan, Indorama Ventures

    Thailand

  • Nutsara Somkiatweera, Star Petroleum Refining

    Thailand

  • Nantaka Bumrungsukswad, Thaioil Group

    Thailand


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Best investor relations officer (small cap)

Best investor relations officer (small cap)

This category is for individual IROs whose knowledge of their company and sector and whose ability to build relationships with members of the investment community and to be transparent, accessible and responsive, sets them apart. Market cap breakdown: Small cap = below US$1 bn / Mid-cap  = between US$1 bn -US$7.49 bn / Large cap = US$7.5 bn and over

Nominees

  • Christina Lim, Bumitama Agri

    Singapore

  • Hung Yin Chai , Elite Commercial REIT

    Singapore

  • Caroline Fong, Manulife US REIT

    Singapore

  • WINNER: Joan Cosico, Megawide Construction Corporation

    Philippines

  • Angelica Castillo, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation

    Philippines

  • Sari Ria Indah, PP

    Indonesia


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Best in sector: communications

Best in sector: communications


Nominees

  • Advanced Info Service

    Thailand

  • Singapore Telecommunications

    Singapore

  • WINNER: Telkom Indonesia

    Indonesia

  • True Corporation

    Thailand

  • VGI

    Thailand


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Best in sector: consumer discretionary

Best in sector: consumer discretionary


Nominees

  • Astra International

    Indonesia

  • WINNER: Central Retail Corp

    Thailand

  • Dohome

    Thailand

  • Home Product Center

    Thailand

  • Minor International

    Thailand

Best in sector: consumer staples

Best in sector: consumer staples


Nominees

  • WINNER: Berli Jucker

    Thailand

  • CP All

    Thailand

  • Thai Union Group

    Thailand

Best in sector: energy

Best in sector: energy


Nominees

  • Petrosea

    Indonesia

  • PTT

    Thailand

  • WINNER: PTT Exploration and Production

    Thailand

  • Star Petroleum Refining

    Thailand

  • Thaioil Group

    Thailand

Best in sector: financials (including real estate)

Best in sector: financials (including real estate)


Nominees

  • CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust

    Singapore

  • JMT Network Services

    Thailand

  • Keppel REIT

    Singapore

  • WINNER: Manulife US REIT

    Singapore

Best in sector: healthcare

Best in sector: healthcare


Nominees

  • Bangkok Dusit Medical Services

    Thailand

  • Chularat Hospital Group

    Thailand

  • WINNER: IHH Healthcare

    Malaysia

Best in sector: industrials

Best in sector: industrials


Nominees

  • Cebu Pacific

    Philippines

  • ICTSI Jasa Prima

    Indonesia

  • Megawide Construction Corporation

    Philippines

  • WINNER: PP

    Indonesia

  • Waskita Karya

    Indonesia

Best in sector: materials

Best in sector: materials


Nominees

  • Banpu

    Thailand

  • WINNER: Indorama Ventures

    Thailand

  • PTT Global Chemical

    Thailand

  • SCG Packaging

    Thailand

  • Siam Cement

    Thailand

Best in sector: technology

Best in sector: technology


Nominees

  • D&O Green Technologies

    Malaysia

  • WINNER: Hana Microelectronics

    Thailand

  • M Cash Integrasi

    Indonesia

Best in sector: utilities

Best in sector: utilities


Nominees

  • Aboitiz Power Corporation

    Philippines

  • WINNER: B Grimm Power

    Thailand

  • Global Power Synergy

    Thailand

  • Gulf Energy Development

    Thailand

  • Mega First Corporation

    Malaysia

Our awards by research are different from most others and also from our awards by nomination: for our awards by research, companies do not submit nominations. The winners are identified by in-depth research and any publicly traded company is eligible to be considered. This survey is the only one of its kind to go directly to the investment community, canvassing the opinions of the people who matter to you most.

May-August: Online survey
IR Magazine has been building investment community databases over the past 30 years. As part of the updating process, listed companies are contacted every year for details of the professionals who currently cover their stock. IR Magazine then conducts an electronic survey of buy-side and sell-side analysts and portfolio managers. Each survey respondent is asked to nominate and rank up to five companies in a host of different research categories, from best IRO to best reporting.

September-October: Results analysis & short lists announced
Analysis of the results begins once the survey stage of the research is complete. Points are allocated to each company depending on how frequently it is nominated. The companies with the highest point scores in each individual awards category make the short list for that award. The top company will go on to win the award. Best-in-sector awards are determined by the highest aggregate scores across all research categories.

The IR Magazine awards team receives the results and contacts all short listed companies to give them the good news. The short lists are then published to the entire IR community a month before the event.

December: Winners announced
The winners are announced at our awards ceremony, which is attended by the leading lights of the Asian investor relations community.

January: Report published
After the event the Investor Perception Study – Asia report will be made available to professional subscribers to IR Magazine. This report will profile the top ranked companies and reveal information on how they conduct their IR activities and why investors voted for them.

For more information around the investor survey, please contact [email protected]

 

Who attends our events

The majority of our attendees are heads of IR from across South East Asia who are being recognized for their fantastic contribution to IR. Each participant is someone with an established track record and a strategic IR role within their company.

Below is a sample of our attendees:

Job title Company Job title Company
Assistant director, IR Bangkok Dusit Medical Services Head of investor relations AboitizPower
Assistant vice president, investor relations Elite Commercial REIT Management Head of investor relations Astra International
AVP of IR office Charoen Pokphand Foods Head of investor relations CapitaLand China Trust
AVP strategic planning and investor relations Indorama Ventures Head of investor relations CP All
CEO FollowTrade Head of investor relations Thai Union Group
CEO IR Advantage Head of investor relations CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust
CFO Siamese Asset Public Company Head of investor relations CapitaLand Investment
Chief financial officer AEM Head of investor relations StarHub
Chief IRO MyRepublic Senior AVP Astro Malaysia Holdings
Chief strategy officer Capital A SVP corporate secretary PT PP (Persero)
Director of asset management Equinix Vice president – corporate finance & IR PTT Global Chemical
Executive director of sustainability YTL Corporation Vice president of investor relations Berli Jucker
Executive director Bumitama Agri Vice president, investor relations PTT
Group director – IR Minor International Vice president/head of investor relations Metro Pacific Investments Corporation

 

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2022 Agenda

Click here to see the full agenda. All times are in Singapore time.

  • 09:15 AM
    Opening remarks: Welcome to the forum

    James Beech, editor in chief, IR Magazine

  • 09:20 AM
    Capital market and macro-economic trends to prepare for in 2023

    In a time of geopolitical turmoil and market uncertainty, this session focuses on the outlook for IR teams in 2023 from the perspective of an economist from Hong Kong on the wider region – and how IROs can prepare for the year ahead.

    • Hear about current market trends in Asia and predictions for the coming 12 months
    • Discover impact of global geopolitical challenges on the IR function in the wider Asian region
    • Learn about the regulatory outlook in 2023 and how this affects fund flows and investor sentiment

    Helen Qiao, chief economist, head of Asia economic research, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

  • 09:50 AM
    Online or on the road? How to plan your 2023 IR calendar

    Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to switch in-person events to online, many companies have begun to recognize the myriad benefits of virtual working. This session will consider taking a truly hybrid approach to IR and re-writing the rule book on effectively engaging with current and future investors.

    • Discover how other IR professionals have adapted to the challenges and opportunities of the new virtual landscape
    • Learn how to take your virtual engagement to the next level and build strong relationships with your target audience
    • Find out how best to utilize your management’s time and resources within a virtual framework

    Moderator: Tim Human, senior reporter, IR Magazine

    Christine Lau, head of investor relations, Celcom Digi

    Affryll Teo, head of investor relations, sustainability & mergers and acquisitions, Tune Protect Group

  • 10:40 AM
    Networking break

  • 10:55 AM
    Tech-talk: Enhancing your digital IR strategy

    Events from the past two years have increased the importance of a digital presence for investor relations. Opportunities for investor relations officers increase as technology advances, and this session helps you understand how investor relations teams are changing their approach to technology and IR websites.

    • Discover how investor expectations of IR websites are changing
    • Stay updated on the latest technology trends impacting investor relations
    • Learn about how companies are adapting their digital technical toolkit to achieve their goals better

    Moderator: Tim Human, senior reporter, IR Magazine

    Ben Riley, UK business development specialist, Lumi Global

  • 11:25 AM
    Best practices and expectations from IR teams: What makes for good IR?

    During this session, we examine the lessons learned this year by IROs and investors alike whilst discussing what best practice looks like in difficult times.

    • Discuss what issues are facing the market currently and how these are likely to change in 2023
    • Hear how to build strong relationships with your investor base and communicate with them effectively
    • Discover the best methods of targeting your desired investor audience

    Moderator: Laurence Taylor, senior conference producer, IR Magazine

    Peter Sandham, portfolio manager, Arcus Investment Asia

    Siew Lu Wong, head of investor relations and sustainability, United Hampshire US REIT

  • 12:10 PM
    Closing remarks and networking

    James Beech, editor in chief, IR Magazine

  • 12:30 PM
    IR Magazine's South East Asia Awards

  • 14:00 PM
    End of forum and awards

Forum: Speakers 2022

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